TOTI

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TOTIThose on the Inside
TOTITip of the Iceberg
TOTITwilight of the Idols (blog)
TOTITimes of the Internet (online newspaper)
TOTITimes of the Islands (magazine; Sanibel Island, FL)
TOTITaxes Other Than Income
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Unfortunately, Jensen's account of Nietzsche's mature perspectivism is quite controversial and is supported here only by his quick and idiosyncratic reading of a few very complex and difficult passages from Beyond Good arid Evil, On the Genealogy of Morality, and Twilight of the Idols.
In Twilight of the Idols, Nietzsche interestingly mentions a very similar example (with reference to the Dionysian) as follows:
Meanwhile, the Homotopia festival continues this week with a number of performances at the Unity theatre, including "drag fabulist" Dickie Beau's Blackouts: Twilight of the Idols on Friday, which brings to life extraordinary audio artefacts to tell the story of the dark sides of stars like Marilyn Monroe and Judy Garland.
1) Friedrich Nietzsche, Twilight of the Idols, 1888.
See Twilight of the Idols, "Skirmishes of an Untimely
So posited German philosopher Friedrich Nietzsche in his 1888 book, Twilight of the Idols.
Unlike previous scholarship, I explore the "Nietzschean connection" beyond Thus Spoke Zarathustra by including The Birth of Tragedy (1871), The Gay Science (1882-87), Beyond Good and Evil (1886), The Will to Power (1888), The Antichrist (1888), and Twilight of the Idols (1889).
The majority of the entries are short and easily digestible, though more space is devoted to Nietzsche's works from The Birth of Tragedy (1872) to Twilight of the Idols (1889) and to his (in)famous notions of the 'Ubermensch', 'Eternal Recurrence', and the 'Will to Power'.
95), reprinting the 1852 account of what foods the ancients consumed and how it was prepared; Frederich Nietzsche's Twilight Of The Idols And The Antichrist (0486434605, $5.
The play does not show us a Christian revelation, but it does dramatize the twilight of the idols and suggest the alterity of the Divine.
when the work's cultural signification overwhelms its artistic essence; what Nietzsche, in Twilight of the Idols, termed "the thing itself.
A chapter in Twilight of the Idols entitled "Morality as Antinature" sheds considerable light on its meaning.