Nietzsche, Wagner, Europe / Martine Prange.

By: Prange, Martine, 1969- [VerfasserIn]Series: (Monographien und Texte zur Nietzsche-Forschung ; Band 61)Publication details: Berlin ; Boston : de Gruyter, [2013]Description: VIII, 286 Seiten ; 25 cmISBN: 978-3-11-048163-1; 3-11-048163-4Subject(s): Nietzsche, Friedrich Wilhelm 1844-1900 | Beethoven, Ludwig van 1770-1827 | Goethe, Johann Wolfgang von 1782-1832 | Wagner, Richard 1813-1883 | Philosophie | Ästhetik | Musik | Kosmopolitísmus | EuropaOnline resources: Inhaltstext
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Verlagsangabe: Friedrich Nietzsche (1844-1900) supported the unification of Europe and reflected on this like few other philosophers before or after him. Many ofhis works are concerned with the present state and future of European culture and humanity. Resisting the “nationalist nonsense” and “politics of dissolution” of his day, he advocated the birth of “good Europeans,” i.e. “supra-national” individuals and the “amalgamation of nations.”

Nietzsche, Wagner, Europe analyzes the development of Friedrich Nietzsche’s ideal of European culture based on his musical aesthetics. It does so against the background of contemporary searches for a wider, cultural meaning beyond Europe’s economic-political union. The book claims that Nietzsche always propagated the “aestheticization” of Europe, but that his view on how to achieve this changed as a result of his dramatically altering philosophy of music. The main focus is on Nietzsche’s passion for and later aversion to Wagner’s music, and, in direct connection with this, his surprising embrace of Italian operas as new forms of “Dionysian” music and of Goethe as a model of “Good Europeanism.”

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