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What the god-seekers found in Nietzsche : the reception of Nietzsche's ubermensch by the philosophers of the russian religious renaissance
Michael Rodgers reviews What the god-seekers found in Nietzsche: the reception of Nietzsche's ubermensch by the philosophers of the russian religious renaissance by Nel Grillaert
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The original of Laura and Nietzsche: a zarathustran tool?
The Origins and Evolution of the College Science Textbook
Dr Michael Rodgers was for more than 30 years a commissioning editor in science, working for five publishers, including Oxford University Press, W. H. Freeman, and Longman. He commissioned and editedExpand
The Will to Disempower? Nabokov and His Readers
Rodgers argues that aspects of Nietzsche’s philosophy—specifically “master-slave morality” and the “will to power”—can articulate the interplay between author and reader in Nabokov’s work. InformedExpand
Introduction: Nabokov’s Morality Play
The introductory chapter to Nabokov and the Question of Morality: Aesthetics, Metaphysics, and the Ethics of Fiction frames Nabokov’s work as profoundly playful yet inherently moral. In addition toExpand
A Companion to Twentieth-Century United States Fiction
Michael Rodgers reviews A Companion to Twentieth-Century United States Fiction (2010), edited by David Seed, Wiley-Blackwell Publishing
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Relationships of Ownership: Art and Theft in Bob Dylan's 1960s Trilogy
Bob Dylan’s corpus is one continually engaged with appropriation and pilfering. This paper will look, predominantly, at three songs from his 1960s’ trilogy – ‘She Belongs To Me’ from Bringing It AllExpand
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