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Value in Modernity The Philosophy of Existential Modernism in Nietzsche, Scheler, Sartre, Musil




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Genere:Libro
Lingua: Inglese
Pubblicazione: 04/2022





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Value in Modernity examines a historical paradigm in ethics that has hitherto not been identified as such: existential modernism. Peter Poellner discusses the central claims of this paradigm through detailed examination of the thought of four of its main exponents: Friedrich Nietzsche, Max Scheler, Jean-Paul Sartre, and Robert Musil. In the case of Nietzsche and Sartre, Poellner offers novel interpretations, reconstructing lines of thought in their work that have usually been neglected. He also offers a new assessment of Scheler's subtle phenomenological version of affective value intuitionism, which is a crucial influence on Sartre's existentialism but has so far enjoyed virtually no reception in an anglophone context. Musil's philosophical novel The Man without Qualities is interpreted as contributing a highly original version of ethical perfectionism to the existential modernist paradigm. While Musil's thought on emotions and moods has begun to receive philosophical recognition in recent years, the significance of the philosophical core of his seminal work has so far not been fully appreciated. In Poellner's interpretation, what we find in the existential modernists is an approach in ethical philosophy that combines a qualified form of affective value intuitionism and a kind of ethical perfectionism. This book reconstructs and defends a version of this approach that integrates elements drawn from each of these thinkers, supplemented by an original elaboration of ideas only implicit in some of them.




Sommario

1 - How to Redeem Nature: Early Nietzsche on Overcoming the Tyranny of the Real
2 - Later Nietzsche: Value, Affect, and Objectivity
3 - Nietzsche s Evaluative Practice: Ethics and Aesthetics
4 - The Scheler-Sartre View of Emotion and Value: Defending Qualified Affective Perceptualism
5 - Indistinctness in Value Experience
6 - Distorted Value Experience and Intentional Self-Deception
7 - Freedom, Ethics, and Absolute Value: Early Sartre s Two Philosophies
8 - Modernity, Cultural Discontent, and the Experience of Wholeness: Robert Musil s The Man without Qualities




Autore

Peter Poellner studied at Edinburgh and Oxford, obtaining a DPhil in Philosophy at Oxford in 1989. From 1990 to 2020 he taught in the Philosophy Department of Warwick University, from 2009 as Professor of Philosophy. He remains associated with Warwick University as Emeritus Professor (since January 2021). His research interests include philosophy of value, philosophy of mind, phenomenology, history of philosophy (especially Nietzsche, Husserl, Scheler, Sartre, and Musil).










Altre Informazioni

ISBN:

9780192849731

Condizione: Nuovo
Dimensioni: 241 x 26.0 x 163 mm Ø 722 gr
Formato: Copertina rigida
Pagine Arabe: 384


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