Friedrich Nietzsche Did Nietzsche say anything to economists or about economics?backhaus and Drechsler's

A Research Annual

ISBN: 978-1-84663-904-3, eISBN: 978-1-84663-905-0

ISSN: 0743-4154

Publication date: 31 July 2008

Abstract

It is impossible to provide anything other than a glimpse of such a complex figure as Nietzsche in the span of a review of a book on his influence (if any) on economics. Here I provide a summary of his life and major works. I have had to omit some works from the discussion, and also suppress a good deal of biographical detail. Some Nietzsche scholarship, especially that outside the analytical philosophical tradition, consider events in Nietzsche's life as important to understanding his philosophy, and look for explanations of his philosophy in his life, such as the lack of a father figure and the search for male role models in Wagner and Schopenhauer, and the effect of his chronic illness on his philosophy. If I consider these interpretive issues, I do so only tangentially.

Citation

Linarelli, J. (2008), " Friedrich Nietzsche Did Nietzsche say anything to economists or about economics?backhaus and Drechsler's", Samuels, W.J., Biddle, J.E. and Emmett, R.B. (Ed.) A Research Annual (Research in the History of Economic Thought and Methodology, Vol. 26 Part 1), Emerald Group Publishing Limited, Bingley, pp. 117-137. https://doi.org/10.1016/S0743-4154(08)26012-8

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