Julius Bahnsen’s Influence on Nietzsche’s Wills-Theory

@article{Jensen2016JuliusBI,
  title={Julius Bahnsen’s Influence on Nietzsche’s Wills-Theory},
  author={Anthony K. Jensen},
  journal={The Journal of Nietzsche Studies},
  year={2016},
  volume={47},
  pages={101 - 118}
}
  • Anthony K. Jensen
  • Published 2016
  • Philosophy
  • The Journal of Nietzsche Studies
  • This article traces the development of Nietzsche’s early adoption and later rejection of Schopenhauer’s theory of Will. I argue that Nietzsche’s break with Schopenhauer was coextensive with his acceptance of explanatory naturalism about both external and internal activities. I argue further that a major source for four of his specific arguments against the Schopenhauerian primacy of the one Will was the little-known neo-Schopenhauerian thinker Julius Bahnsen. Using Bahnsen, Nietzsche argues (1… CONTINUE READING

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