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  • Jill Marsden
  • Philosophy
  • 2002
  • In the opening of Civilization and its Discontents, Freud makes reference to a ‘peculiar feeling’ which many have identified as the true source of religious sentiments. It is a feeling that one mightContinue Reading
  • Jill Marsden
  • Philosophy
  • 2005
  • In his intriguing reflections on why he writes "such good books," Nietzsche claims that one can "hear" (heraush?ren) in thi gs no more than what one already "knows": "What one has no access toContinue Reading
  • Jill Marsden
  • Philosophy
  • 2002
  • There are certain philosophical ideas that can be accessed only through self-abandon. For Nietzsche, the insight of Heraclitus into the ‘eternal wavebeat and rhythm of things’ is the product of a rawContinue Reading