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ESPS7209 - Nietzsche

Course value: 0.5 unit
Convenor: Dr Tom Stern
Duration: One term (Term 1)
Teaching structure: One-hour lecture and one-hour seminar
Assessment: 1 assessed essay of 3,000-4,000 words (100%)
Available to: Second Years, Final Years, and Affiliates

Course Description:

The course is concerned with the philosophical theories of the philosopher Friedrich Nietzsche.

Students read a selection of Nietzsche’s work as well as relevant secondary commentary and criticism.

Students are expected to articulate clearly and evaluate critically Nietzsche’s ideas on a variety of topics.