File spoon-archives/foucault.archive/foucault_1998/foucault.9810, message 12


Subject: Re: decadent soldier sleeps in the field
Date: Thu, 8 Oct 1998 08:31:05 +0100


If memory serves, the best place to find it would be his work on Wagner,
especially after his break from him.

The Birth of Tragedy is his most Wagner influenced text, Human, All too
Human, The Wagner Case and Nietzsche Contra Wagner the criticisms. NCW is
the most succinct of these.

Best

Stuart


-----Original Message-----
From: Bob <suannschafer-AT-earthlink.net>
To: foucault-AT-lists.village.virginia.edu
<foucault-AT-lists.village.virginia.edu>
Date: Tuesday, October 06, 1998 18:18
Subject: Re: decadent soldier sleeps in the field


>Stuart,
>
>As someone who hasn't read alot of Nietzsche, I'm wondering what in
>particular you would recommend by him to read with regard to decadence.
>
>Thanks,
>Bob
>
>>At least regards the question of art, Nietzsche is worth reading on this
>>[decadence].
>>See also David Farrell Krell's Infectious Nietzsche.
>
>
>


   

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