Der "Apostel der Rache" : Nietzsches Paulusdeutung

von Daniel Havemann

Friedrich Nietzsche understood himself to the great adversary of Christianity. In "The Antichrist" he escalated his critique into a controversial interpretation of the Apostle Paul. This study shows that a considered examination of Nietzsche's interpretation of Paul is theologically and philosophically fruitful despite (and even because of) its polemics. Nietzsche's interpretation of the Apostle attacks a Christianity that reduces the Gospel to a moral that can be taught. With this contentious interpretation of Paul, which acquires theological aspects as well, Nietzsche creates a form of moral critique that attacks existing "truths" without itself being understandable as "truth". The author inquires into the sources and developments of the image of Paul in Nietzsche's thought and brings Paul and Nietzsche into a richly woven philosophical and theological discourse.

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書名 Der "Apostel der Rache" : Nietzsches Paulusdeutung
著作者等 Havemann, Daniel
シリーズ名 Monographien und Texte zur Nietzsche-Forschung
出版元 W. de Gruyter
刊行年月 2002
ページ数 x, 312 p.
大きさ 25 cm
ISBN 3110175231
NCID BA60449790
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言語 ドイツ語
出版国 ドイツ
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