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nietzsche's ANTI-nihilistic

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  • Robert Galloway
    ... Hi, I just thought I d put in my ante here that Nietzsche s will to power is ANTI-nihilistic. How could you say that it s nihilistic? BG
    Message 1 of 2 , Jan 30, 2002
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      --- cvas2002@... wrote:
      > Freedom and necessity do not simply have their
      > respective places in the history of philosophy, as
      > any other metaphysical problems do, but they are
      > identified with the philosophy of existence as well.
      > Necessity, however, has a more naturalistic and
      > realistic relation to the problems of "being"; it
      > dosen't concern itself for instance with Jame's
      > "loose play", Kierkegaard's
      > "leap of faith", Nietzscthe's nihilistic "will to
      > power",

      Hi,

      I just thought I'd put in my ante here that
      Nietzsche's "will to power" is ANTI-nihilistic. How
      could you say that it's nihilistic?

      BG

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