Edinburgh University Press, Edinburgh


208 Pages

ISBN 9781474487849

Nietzsche as phenomenologist

becoming what one is

Christine Daigle

Christine Daigle explores Nietzsche’s phenomenological method, a ‘wild phenomenology’, to elucidate his understanding of the human being as an intentional embodied consciousness, as a being-in-the-world and as a being-with-others. Establishing this phenomenological conception of the human allows Daigle to revisit the Nietzschean notions of free spirit and the Overhuman and how they express the ethical and cultural-political flourishing Nietzsche envisions for human beings.

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Daigle, C. (2021). Nietzsche as phenomenologist: becoming what one is, Edinburgh University Press, Edinburgh.

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