The Birth of Tragedy is by far the better written and useful of the three works by Friedrich Nietzsche that I have so far read Thus proving that when he is not angrily ranting about religion and morality, that Nietzsche does have important points to make about humanity That is not to say that Nietzsche does not have his own pointed comments about religion in this narrative argument that he creates,that these comments are superseded by the other arguments created by Nietzsche In the foreword to this edition, Nietzsche himself claims that he looks back with an academic disgust at his writing in this book He claims that it is the sickly, sweet and confident work of a much younger man, as if that is a clear prob ,30 , , , , , ,,, , , , ,, , , , , , ,25 , 21 , , Compelling Argument For The Necessity For Art In Life, Nietzsche S First Book Is Fuelled By His Enthusiasms For Greek Tragedy, For The Philosophy Of Schopenhauer And For The Music Of Wagner, To Whom This Work Was Dedicated Nietzsche Outlined A Distinction Between Its Two Central Forces The Apolline, Representing Beauty And Order, And The Dionysiac, A Primal Or Ecstatic Reaction To The Sublime He Believed The Combination Of These States Produced The Highest Forms Of Music And Tragic Drama, Which Not Only Reveal The [Friedrich Nietzsche] ✓ Die Geburt der Tragödie [tanzania PDF] Ebook Epub Download ✓ Truth About Suffering In Life, But Also Provide A Consolation For It Impassioned And Exhilarating In Its Conviction, The Birth Of Tragedy Has Become A Key Text In European Culture And In Literary Criticism A few weeks ago, I finished Marx s Critique of Hegel s Philosophy of Right It strikes me now that that book and this one are similar, in that they shed light on the two thinkers as young men In Marx s Critique, we see the twenty something grappling with the tentacled beast of Hegel in The Birth of Tragedy, we see young Nietzsche taking his first bold step off the straight and narrow path of academia into his own world of thought Both books are, to put it delicately, young men s books bold, daring, reckless, overly ambitious, under researched, brimming over with impetuosity and life But the major difference between the two works is that Marx s Critique apart from its famous preface is quite boring while Nietzsche s debut has all the fire and fury you d expect from the mus Friedrich Nietzsche s The Birth of Tragedy In Helen Morales introduction to Tim Whitmarsh s fine new translation ofLeucippe and Clitophon , by the Alexandrian Greek Achilles Tatius in the 2nd century CE, she mentions that Nietzsche condemned the ancient Greek novels as a final sign of the degeneration of Greek literary art I had forgotten all about that, so I thumbed throughDie Geburt der Trag dieto find what he said in context and was pulled into the book again by his wonderful prose style and my curiosity about what else I may have forgotten in the intervening time Of course, the thumbing turned into a re read Die Geburt der Trag die was Friedrich Nietzsche s 1844 1900 first book, though it transformed through a number of stages before it was published under this name first in 1872 It was modified twice , and I read it in its final form of 1886 This final version had a new preface Nietzsche Years ago, all I knew about him was that overused quote that says Without music, life would be a mistake A couple of days ago, I found a funny picture that reminded of that.
Ha Ok, maybe not funny ha ha If you speak SpanishAnyway The Birth of Tragedy, Nietzsche s first work I read it years ago the great Schopenhauer led me to him but I didn t remember much Since I want or wanted, I don t know to start with Thus spoke Zarathustra, I figured I should begin with something shorter I was going to write simpler, but So, this book contains interesting thoughts about the dichotomy between the Apollonian and the Dionysian It was inspired by other ideas about two different things that conforms a constant struggle for us We have Apollo, god of the sun, reason, prophecy, healing, etc and ✓ Die Geburt der Tragödie ç Before Nietzsche became unhinged he wrote this great work It took a toll on me after I read it because it was my introduction to Nietzsche and everything of his that I read afterwards was miscued it scattered my thought process for a few years The Joyful Wisdom, filled with remarkable poetry, was nearly like an acid trip Thank goodness young minds have the capacity of recovering.
At its simplest, The Birth of Tragedy is a foundation for drama that which captures you and also moves you, wax and wane of the mind, the up and down tugs on your heartstrings, or a punch to the relaxed gut It s one thing and still another, the back and forth of Apollo and Dionysis in a shared space and time each with their moments More complex, anddefinitive, andexemplary of Nietzsche, The Birth of Tragedy could be seen as the birth of Irony.
Sanat ve estetik zerine, Antik a felsefesi zerine, Yunanl lar ve tragedya zerine, m zik ve zellikle Wagner zerine Schopenhauer ve Goethe destekli Tragedyan n do u u ama biraz da Nietzsche nin do u u.
Apollo Vs Dionysus A Darwinian DramaNietzsche never struck me as a real philosopher He was too much the story teller.
This is probably his most a philosophical work But it is my favorite It was the most accessible to me and it was the most relevant of his works It helped me form my own convictions It was universal and yet not choke full of platitudes It was forceful but not descending into loud almost incomprehensible invectives you know which works I subtly allude to Birth of Tragedy was his first major work and to me in contradiction of the previous paragraph his most philosophical It seems to me to be the very soul of his philosophy that was then refined and reformed in the fire of his self imposed suffering The later philosophy is the Nietzschian one grand and too powerful to ignore But, this earlier core is, to me, the real beauty that Nietzsche talks in abstract ways and I find it very difficult to access his words and ideas, and even harder to actually agree with them or sympathise with his stance As such, I ve always found this book a little odd I read it years ago for university, but I recently picked it up again with the hope of appreciating it a littlenow that I m older andwidely read It didn t make any difference Perhaps it s this work or perhaps me and Nietzsche just don t get on, either way I will have to readof his work to find out Here though, Nietzsche argues that Ancient Greek drama had the potential to transcend history and become relevant in a modern society He argues that the cultural revival of tragedy was bound up with the music of Richard Wagner as a sort of muse for modern forms of art His ideas are centred on two complementary forces the Apollonian and the Dionysian When these two form