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Beholding Nietzsche: , Fate, and Freedom  

Christa Davis Acampora

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Sep 2013
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Dec 2013
Ecce Homo offers Nietzsche’s own interpretation of himself, his thoughts, and his works. This article analyzes how the text bears on his ideas about agency, fate, and freedom. ... More

Causation in the Social Sciences  

Harold Kincaid

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Nov 2009
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Jan 2010
Because of the obstacles to experimentation and because of the complexity of the social world, the social sciences present fertile grounds for investigating issues surrounding causation. ... More

The Morality of Killing in War: Some Traditional and Nontraditional Views  

F.M. Kamm

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Dec 2012
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Dec 2012
This chapter examines traditional and nontraditional views about the morality aspect of killing in war, explaining that these views are derivative of deeper nonconsenqualist perspectives ... More

Nietzsche and Women  

Julian Young

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Sep 2013
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Dec 2013
This article focuses on Nietzsche’s views about women. It describes the emergence of Nietzsche’s antifeminism and misogyny in 1883 with Thus Spoke Zarathustra; before this Nietzsche was a ... More

Nietzsche on Autonomy  

R. Lanier Anderson

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Sep 2013
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Dec 2013
This article explores various conceptions of Nietzsche’s thoughts on autonomy. It distinguishes six main interpretive approaches, each with its own conception of autonomy: (1) autonomy as ... More

The Point of Self-Ownership  

David Sobel

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Apr 2018
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Jul 2016
Traditional Libertarian Self-Ownership views suffer from the Conflation Problem—they fail to adequately distinguish serious from trivial infringements on our rights. Eric Mack has ... More

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