'And are not all things knotted together so tightly that this
moment draws after it all things that are to come?
Thus— —itself as well? (Z: III.2.2)
Nietzsche & Music
An Evening with Lectures and Discussion
David Kilpatrick of Mercy College, New York Stefan Lorenz Sorgner of University of Erlangen-Nürnberg, Germany
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In the NIETZSCHE’S WORK section, you will find biographical info on Nietzsche; NIETZSCHE’S LIBRARY, an extensive document that traces not only the books which Nietzsche read throughout his life, but also lectures he attended as well as professorial work he was engaged in, the music he listened to and composed, and, finally, denotes when and where he wrote his philosophical works. Its primary concern though is with the books Nietzsche was reading; the most abundant references are to those books; WORKS OF NIETZSCHE, a bibliography of all of Nietzsche’s published and unpublished works, including his musical compositions; and WORKS ON NIETZSCHE, a bibliography of studies on Nietzsche’s philosophy listed by category.
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