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NEW IN THE AGONIST
The March 2009 issue of The Agonist, Volume 2, No. 1, featuring a beautiful design by Tim Syth, has been published and is now available online.
The issue features an essay from Keith Ansell-Pearson, "On the Sublime in Dawn"; a translation by Joseph D. Kuzma of Pierre Klossowski's "Circulus Vitiosus"; and interview with Jill Marsden by Christopher Branson; a review of Claire Ortiz Hill's "The Roots and Flowers of Evil in Baudelaire, Nietzsche, and Hitler" by Angela Holzer; Jill Marsden's review of Alexander Nehamas' "Only a Promise of Happiness: The Place of Beauty in a World of Art"; Yunus Tuncel’s review of "Metaphysics without Truth: On the Importance of Consistency within Nietzsche’s Philosophy", written by Stefan Lorenz Sorgner; and Rainer J. Hanshe’s compiled bibiography, Pierre Klossowski: Works in English & Translations. The entire issue is available as: a single PDF and as individual PDFs.
Our essay section has been supplanted by The Agonist—all future essays will be published there. What was previously published in the essay section will in the meantime remain available in that section.
Previously appearing essays are available in the archive section and include Friedrich Ulfers’ and Mark Daniel Cohen’s “Nietzsche’s Amor Fati: The Embracing of an Undecided Fate” (the complete version of an essay that was published previously in altered form in Poesis: A Journal of the Arts & Communication), James Luchte’s “The Wreckage of Stars: Nietzsche and the Ecstasy of Poetry,” Walter H. Sokel’s “On the Dionysian: Monism and its Consequences,” Philip Pothen’s “Pygmalion, Agamben, and the Myth of Nietzschean Aestheticism,” and more.
Nietzsche's Philosophical Context: An Intellectual Biography, reviewed by Daniel Blue.
Our review section has been supplanted by The Agonist—all future reviews will be published there, with some minor exceptions. Reviews published prior to the formation of The Agonist will in the meantime remain available in the current review section.
Our interview section has been supplanted by The Agonist—all future interviews will be found there. Interviews published prior to the formation of The Agonist will in the meantime remain available in the current interview section. Previous interview subjects include: Graham Parkes, Laurence Lampert, Christa Davis Acampora, Thomas Brobjer, Lance Olsen, Khalid Al-Maaly, writer and director Fulya Peker, and Ali Mosbah.