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By Gottfried Wilhelm von Leibniz

ISBN-10: 1421247925

ISBN-13: 9781421247922

This Elibron Classics publication is a facsimile reprint of a 1887 variation by means of Weidmann, Berlin.

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E. g. the essence of modern war, the new economy, political revolutions or youth rebellion in post-modern society. Both philosophers strive to render such canonical texts ever more 'life enhancing'. However, for Nietzsche the ultimate agenda is aesthetic (as Nietzsche proclaims in The Birth of Tragedy, 'Existence and the world are eternally justified solely as an aesthetic phenomenon65), whereas for Levinas the ultimate agenda is ethical, as the redemptive 'miracle of exteriority', phenomenologically exemplified in the meditations on the human face, contributes to a Humanisme de I'autre Homme, as the tide of one of his works aptly implies.

And sought] the eventual establishment of the empire of blood and action ... [and] Junger had grasped the import of this logic and had formulated it in definite terms. '75 Camus also alludes to 'the religion of the Fuhrer, and asserts that 'the nihilistic revolution ... 79 In the same article Levinas also re-articulates his perception of the ascent of National Socialism as first and foremost a metaphysical occurrence and a grave spiritual challenge. , to confront that which Levinas conceives of as Contra Hitlerism and 'Political Nietzscheanism 33 a morally and metaphysically bankrupt mode of paganism with a steadfast and tenacious adherence to the transcendent].

12 With regard to the divinization of history, Camus proclaims that 'the revolutionary spirit thus undertakes the defense of that part of man which refuses to submit. '13 With regard to the theological overtones Camus detects in the Marxist dogma, for him 'socialism is ... an enterprise for the deification of man and has assumed some of the characteristics of traditional religions ... authoritarian socialism is about de-consecrating Christianity and incorporating it in a Church bent on conquest...

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