ROGER BOSCOVICH, BENEDICT DE SPINOZA AND FRIEDRICH NIETZSCHE: THE UNTOLD STORY

@article{Whitlock1996ROGERBB,
  title={ROGER BOSCOVICH, BENEDICT DE SPINOZA AND FRIEDRICH NIETZSCHE: THE UNTOLD STORY},
  author={Greg Whitlock},
  journal={Nietzsche-Studien},
  year={1996},
  volume={25},
  pages={200 - 220}
}
  • Greg Whitlock
  • Published 31 December 1996
  • Philosophy
  • Nietzsche-Studien
and not actually found in nature. Nietzsche believes thät the metaphysics of substance logically entails infinite force: and he believes he can produce an argument that the very rejectiön of substance entails finite force. This argument he finds in Boscovich's Theoria Philosophie Naturalis. A comparison of this note to Jenseits von Gut und Böse 12 and 36, KSA 11, 36[34] and KSA 11, 36[31], proves that it is precisely Boscovich \vho is the author of this new principle of finite force. For… 
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