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Ecce Homo

Ecce Homo Author Friedrich Nietzsche
ISBN-10 9780199552566
Release 2009-09-03
Pages 138
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Ecce Homo is an autobiography like no other. Nietzsche passes under review all his previous books and reaches a final reckoning with his many enemies. Ecce Homo is the summation of an extraordinary philosophical career.



Ecce Homo

Ecce Homo Author George Grosz
ISBN-10 048623410X
Release 1923
Pages 84
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100 drawings, 16 in full color, depict Germany between wars in cabaret visions, images of hedonism.



Ecce Homo

Ecce Homo Author Aaron Riches
ISBN-10 9780802872319
Release 2016
Pages 280
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Interacting with theologians throughout the ages, Riches narrates the development of the church's doctrine of Christ as an increasingly profound realization that the depth of the difference between the human being and God is realized, in fact, only in the perfect union of divinity and humanity in the one Christ. He sets the apostolic proclamation in its historical, theological, philosophical, and mystical context, showing that, as the starting point of -orthodoxy, - it forecloses every theological attempt to divide or reduce the -one Lord Jesus Christ.-



Ecce Homo

Ecce Homo Author Kent Brintnall
ISBN-10 9780226074696
Release 2011
Pages 220
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Images of suffering male bodies permeate Western culture, from Francis Bacon’s paintings and Robert Mapplethorpe’s photographs to the battered heroes of action movies. Drawing on perspectives from a range of disciplines—including religious studies, gender and queer studies, psychoanalysis, art history, and film theory—Ecce Homo explores the complex, ambiguous meanings of the enduring figure of the male-body-in-pain. Acknowledging that representations of men confronting violence and pain can reinforce ideas of manly tenacity, Kent L. Brintnall also argues that they reveal the vulnerability of men’s bodies and open them up to eroticization. Locating the roots of our cultural fascination with male pain in the crucifixion, he analyzes the way narratives of Christ’s death and resurrection both support and subvert cultural fantasies of masculine power and privilege. Through stimulating readings of works by Georges Bataille, Kaja Silverman, and more, Brintnall delineates the redemptive power of representations of male suffering and violence.



Ecce Homo

Ecce Homo Author Friedrich Nietzsche
ISBN-10 9780486146706
Release 2012-04-30
Pages 160
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The philosopher's dramatically egotistical autobiography employs masterful language to convey ever-relevant ideas: the importance of questioning traditional morality, establishing autonomy, and making a commitment to creativity. Essential reading.



A Commentary on Nietzsche s Ecce Homo

A Commentary on Nietzsche s Ecce Homo Author Thomas Steinbuch
ISBN-10 0819196088
Release 1994
Pages 97
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In this commentary on chapter one, "Why I am So Wise," of Nietzsche's Ecce Homo, the author dispels the long-standing impression that Ecce Homo is an irrational book in which the madness that claimed Nietzsche only months after he began writing it had already begun its work. Ecce Homo, it is alleged, is not egotistical, or narcissistic, or megalomaniacal. It is not a work of madness. In his linear exposition of this first chapter, the author presents Nietzsche's revelation of the tragic fact that his very aliveness was in a state of being overwhelmed, consumed, by powerful unconscious emotion, the condition he called decadence. Nietzsche's madness may have caused him to lose perspective on the meaning of having dwelt in "a world of exalted and delicate things," as he writes of himself in Ecce, but the original experience of elevation that comes of an abundance of life, of a surplus of life, certainly was not pathological.



Ecce Homo

Ecce Homo Author Luigi Romeo
ISBN-10 9789027220066
Release 1979-01-01
Pages 163
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This fascinating lexicon presents a compilation of approximately a thousand labels with which man has referred to himself in literary history. This is an indispensible reference tool for anyone interested in the accomplishments of Homo.



Ecce Homo

Ecce Homo Author Friedrich Wilhelm Nietzsche
ISBN-10 STANFORD:36105005400093
Release 1911
Pages 207
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Nietzsche s Last Laugh

Nietzsche s Last Laugh Author Nicholas D. More
ISBN-10 9781107050815
Release 2014-03-27
Pages 235
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Demonstrates that Nietzsche's autobiographical and much-maligned Ecce Homo is a sophisticated satire by which the thinker unifies his disparate corpus.



Ecce Homo

 Ecce Homo  Author William Ewart Gladstone
ISBN-10 HARVARD:HX3PK2
Release 1868
Pages 201
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Ecce Homo

Ecce Homo Author Ulrich R. Rohmer
ISBN-10 9783730976036
Release 2014-01-15
Pages 665
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If you watch Black Sabbath ́s Song "God is dead?" you will see that Ozzy Osbourne must have known the "Zeitgeist” documentary proving his deeper interest also in the case of God and Jesus. My case in this book is not Ozzy Osbourne (though I always loved to listen to him), nor the Zeitgeist movie (which is indeed an amazing film everybody should watch with discernment). If Ozzy Osbourne has time to look deeper when it comes to God and Jesus, we should also take our time to watch and dig and uncover hidden treasures, and there are many waiting for discovery. The case of Jesus is one of them. Here is the reason I publish this book being a collection of many different views and approaches encountering Jesus of Nazareth, and it schould be a good cross section of all those countless writings about the man from Galilee. As you read above - not even people like Ozzy Osbourne were able to leave the case well alone...



Ecce Homo How One Becomes What

Ecce Homo  How One Becomes What Author Friedrich Nietzsche
ISBN-10 9788892590182
Release 2016-04-06
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Ecce Homo: How One Becomes What One Is (German: Ecce homo: Wie man wird, was man ist) is the last original book written by philosopher Friedrich Nietzsche before his final years of insanity that lasted until his death in 1900. It was written in 1888 and was not published until 1908. According to one of Nietzsche's most prominent English translators, Walter Kaufmann, the book offers "Nietzsche's own interpretation of his development, his works, and his significance." The book contains several chapters with ironic self-laudatory titles, such as "Why I Am So Wise", "Why I Am So Clever", "Why I Write Such Good Books" and "Why I Am a Destiny". Walter Kaufmann, in his biography Nietzsche: Philosopher, Psychologist, Antichrist noticed the internal parallels, in form and language, to Plato's "Apology" which documented the Trial of Socrates. In effect, Nietzsche was putting himself on trial with this work, and his sardonic judgments and chapter headings are mordant, mocking, self-deprecating, sly, and they turn this trial against his future accusers, distorters, and superficial judges.



Ecce Homo

Ecce Homo Author Friedrich Wilhelm Nietzsche
ISBN-10 9780875862828
Release 2004
Pages 174
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For some, the question remains: Why Nietzsche? Friedrich Nietzsche (1844-1900) was quite simply one of the most original and influential philosophers who ever lived; in addition, his writing style was brilliant, epigrammatic, idiosyncratic ["It is my ambition to say in ten sentences what everyone else says in a book - what everyone else does not say in a book."] The language dances, prances, whirls and twirls; it ranges from ghetto-verbalizations and vulgarizations to high art, from lyricism to sardonicism, from satyr-play to passion play. No one really writes like Nietzsche, though the number of his stylistic apes and imitators is legion (especially in the ranks of academe). Nietzsche, by the way, had nothing but contempt for academics; he considered them sterile mediocrities, puffed-up frogs in need of a pinpricking. This brings us to a second question: Why The Antichrist and Ecce Homo? Two of this great German's most germane offerings, they were among his last writings. Although he completed them both by the end of 1888, they were considered to be so inflammatory that they were published only years later, in 1895 and 1908, respectively. Both are products of Nietzsche's last creative year. Yet Ecce Homo is relatively calm and tranquil, while The Antichrist is a jeremiad full of venom and vitriol. The latter is in fact one of the most devastating condemnations of Christianity ever; Nietzsche calls it "the one immortal blemish on mankind," the greatest sin possible against reality, against the spirit of the earth. He goes on to say that "the first and last Christian died on the Cross." His analysis of Jesus and Paul as superlative Jewish types and his portrait of Pontius Pilate as a superior Roman type are thought-provoking, to say the least. This leads us to a third question: Why this translation? This version is more faithful than any other, thus, I think, better than any other. Every sentence has been weighed and sifted, sifted and weighed to reproduce Nietzsche's hybrid, high-bred style - that style which encompasses the shrill, strident, sarcastic and bombastic as well as the eloquent, impassioned, refined and resplendent. Nietzsche without tears, then, without scholarly excuses or pretentious "improvements"; Nietzsche without shortcuts; better yet, Nietzsche straight. Thomas Wayne is an English Professor at Edison College in Fort Myers, Florida. His translation of Nietzsche's Zarathustra was published in 2003 by Algora.



Ecce Homo

Ecce Homo Author Joseph Jobé
ISBN-10 UOM:39015046374404
Release 1962
Pages 189
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Ecce Homo

Ecce Homo Author Frank Spencer
ISBN-10 STANFORD:36105026013909
Release 1986
Pages 495
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This annotated bibliography, the first book-length survey of the historic development of inquiry in physical anthropology, brings together a broad selection of source materials that will enable the student to obtain an accurate perspective on its history and perceive the underlying thematic continuity of anthropological thought. The first of four chronological section into which the bibliography is divided covers the literature from ancient times through the beginning of the Enlightenment at the close of the 17th century. The 18th, 19th, and 20th centuries are treated respectively in the sections that follow.



Ecce homo

Ecce homo Author Donald C. Johanson
ISBN-10 STANFORD:36105021901397
Release 1999
Pages 322
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Ecce Homo

Ecce Homo Author James Kirkup
ISBN-10 STANFORD:36105110698086
Release 1981
Pages 30
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