Nietzsche Against the Philosophical Canon

@inproceedings{Leiter2013NietzscheAT,
  title={Nietzsche Against the Philosophical Canon},
  author={B. Leiter},
  year={2013}
}
Nietzsche views the Western philosophical tradition as organized around a conception of philosophy deriving from Socrates. According to this (loosely) Socratic philosophical canon: (1) Philosophy, as the “love of wisdom,” aims for knowledge of timeless and non-empirical truths, including truths about the good and the right; (2) Knowledge of the truth is the overriding value in philosophy and is also essential for living well; and (3) Philosophical knowledge is acquired through the exercise of… Expand
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