Table of Contents

List of Abbreviations; Introduction, by James Luchte; I. Of Method; Graham Parkes: The Symphonic Structure of Nietzsche's Zarathustra; Thomas Brobjer: Thus Spoke Zarathustra as Nietzsche's Autobiography; Yunus Tuncel: Zarathustra in Nietzsche's Typology; Peter Yates: The Three Metamorphoses and Philosophy; II. Of Existence; Friedrich Ulfers and Mark Cohen: Zarathustra, the Moment, and Eternal Recurrence of the Same: Nietzsche's Ontology of Time; Paul Loeb: The Gateway-Augenblick; Alan Wenham: Thus Spoke Zarathustra: The Hammer and the Greatest Weight; III. Of Life; Gudrun von Tevenar: Zarathustra on Freedom; Arno Boehler: Nietzsche.
On the Regenerative Character of Dispositions; Uschi Nussbaumer-Benz: In Search of the Wellsprings of the Future and of New Origins; Vanessa Lemm: Justice and Gift-Giving in Thus Spoke Zarathustra; Notes on Contributors; Bibliography; Index. Nietzsche famously regarded Thus Spoke Zarathustra as his greatest work. However, despite Nietzsche's pervasive influence upon the philosopher and non-philosopher alike, and his own intense regard for Zarathustra, there has been relatively little serious study of Nietzsche's magnum opus . This book seeks to address this gap in the available literature by taking Thus Spoke Zarathustra seriously, not only with respect to its impact on the interpretation of Nietzsche's philosophy, but also in light of the broader questions of the relationships between poetry, philosophy and existence. Fifteen le.