English, Article edition: Nietzsche in Japan from right to left. Rethinking the East?West dichotomy in entangled modernity Mishima, Ken'ichi

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  • Nietzsche in Japan from right to left. Rethinking the East?West dichotomy in entangled modernity
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  • Mishima, Ken'ichi
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  • The haunting image of Nietzsche as a pre-fascist ideologist does not fit the early impression of him in Japan and Germany. At the beginning of the 20th century, he stimulated young intellectuals to liberate themselves from the culture of the bourgeois. This was replaced by a Heideggerian interpretation of Nietzsche given in the Nazi-period, which influenced conservative circles both in Germany and Japan after World War II. There is now emerging a new interpretation of Nietzsche from the perspective of the cultural left. Considering the impressions of Nietzsche in the two cultures, the author comes to the conclusion that we must forget the old-fashioned dichotomy between East and West and speak instead of the .
  • RePEc:cup:eurrev:v:8:y:2000:i:04:p:569-589_00
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