Nietzsche Contra the Real World
AbstractThis essay outlines three geographical problem-spaces illuminated by Nietzsche. The first is Nietzsche’s counterpoint to the ‘real world’: the ‘apparent world’. The second is a non-totalizing, political elaboration of the first, what Deleuze once called “the local fires of Heraclitus.” The third, Europe, is a space that Nietzsche wrote from and against, a space best approached through a postcolonial, transcritical reading.
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