Nietzsche, Homer, and the Classical Tradition - James I. Porter "Unhistorical Greeks": Myth, History, and the Uses of Antiquity - Neville Morley Breeding Greeks: Nietzsche, Gobineau, and Classical Theories of Race - Nicholas Martin Ecce Philologus: Nietzsche and Pindar's Second Pythian Ode - John Hamilton Nietzsche, Aristotle, and Propositional Discourse - Peter Yates "Politeia" 1871: Young Nietzsche on the Greek State - Martin A. Ruehl Nietzsche and Democritus: The Origins of Ethical Eudaimonism - Jessica N. Berry "Full of Gods": Nietzsche on Greek Polytheism and Culture - Albert Henrichs An Impossible Virtue: Heraclitean Justice and Nietzsche's Second Untimely Meditation - Simon Gillham Cults and Migrations: Nietzsche's Meditations on Orphism, Pythagoreanism, and the Greek Mysteries - Isabelle Vanden Poel Cults and Migrations: Nietzsche's Meditations on Orphism, Pythagoreanism, and the Greek Mysteries - Danny Praet Cults and Migrations: Nietzsche's Meditations on Orphism, Pythagoreanism, and the Greek Mysteries - Benjamin Biebuyck Nietzsche's Cynicism: Uppercase or lowercase? - R. Bracht Branham Nietzsche's Unpublished Fragments on Ancient Cynicism: The First Night of Diogenes - Anthony K. Jensen Nietzsche's Stoicism: The Depths Are Inside - R. O. Elveton Nietzsche and Plato - Laurence Lampert Nietzsche, Nehemas, and "Self-Creation" - Thomas A. Meyer God Unpicked - John S. Moore Nietzsche's Wrestling with Plato and Platonism - Thomas Brobjer On the Relationship of Alcibiades' Speech to Nietzsche's "Problem of Socrates" - David N. McNeill Dionysus versus Dionysus - Dylan Jaggard Rhetoric, Judgment, and the Art of Surprise in Nietzsche's Genealogy - Fiona Jenkins How Nietzsche's On the Genealogy of Morals Depicts Psychological Distance between Ancients and Moderns - David F. Horkott Nietzsche's Aesthetic Solution to the Problem of Epigonism in the Nineteenth Century - Burkhard Meyer-Sickendiek From Tragedy to Philosophical Novel - Barry Stocker Nietzsche, Interpretation, and Truth - David M. A. Campbell Nietzsche's Remarks on the Classical Tradition: A Prognosis for Western Democracy in the Twenty-First Century - Mark Hammond The Invention of Antiquity: Nietzsche on Classicism, Classicality, and the Classical Tradition - Christian Emden Nietzsche and the "Classical": Traditional and Innovative Features of Nietzsche's Usage, with Special Reference to Goethe - Herman Siemens Conflict and Repose: Dialectics of the Greek Ideal in Nietzsche and Winckelmann - Dirk t. D. Held Nietzsche's Ontological Roots in Goethe's Classicism - Friedrich Ulfers and Mark Daniel Cohen Nietzsche's Anti-Christianity as a Return to (German) Classicism - Paul Bishop The Dioscuri: Nietzsche and Erwin Rohde - Alan Cardew
Paul Bishop is Professor of German and Head of Department of German at the University of Glasgow. JOHN T. HAMILTON is the William R. Kenan Professor of Comparative Literature and German at Harvard University. Paul Bishop is Professor of German and Head of Department of German at the University of Glasgow.
The present collection is the most wide-ranging attempt yet undertaken to explore Nietzsche's peculiar importance for the history of Classics. It brings together Hellenists, Germanists and philosophers who engage with a whole array of Nietzsche's classical interests, among them Homer, the Presocratics, Socrates and Plato ..., the Cynics, Stoicism, and Greek religion. * JOURNAL OF CLASSICS TEACHING *