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impact of Nietzsche on Hermann Hesse

Herbert W. Reichert

impact of Nietzsche on Hermann Hesse

by Herbert W. Reichert

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Published by Enigma Press in [Mt. Pleasant, Mich .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Hesse, Hermann, 1877-1962 -- Philosophy.,
  • Nietzsche, Friedrich Wilhelm, 1844-1900 -- Influence.,
  • Philosophy in literature.

  • Edition Notes

    No. 198 of 200 copies.

    Statementby Herbert W. Reichert.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsPT2617.E85 Z865
    The Physical Object
    Pagination93 p.
    Number of Pages93
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL5320211M
    LC Control Number72170664

      LIVRO + ANÁLISE: "Demian", de Hermann Hesse (Record) e a filosofia de Nietzsche Clique aqui para comprar qualquer livro ou dispositivo pela . Narcissus and Goldmund (German: Narziß und Goldmund; also published as Death and the Lover) is a novel written by the German–Swiss author Hermann Hesse which was first published in At its publication, Narcissus and Goldmund was considered Hesse's Author: Hermann Hesse.

      In Demian Hesse relates the spiritual struggle of one Emil Sinclair, the growth of his psyche (utilizing symbolism influenced by Hesse's embrace of the psycho-analytic methods of Carl Jung, the mystical writings of Novalis and--inevitably, as in many of Hesse's other tales--the philosophy of Nietzsche) from childhood through adolescence to young adulthood, each stage of his growth 5/5(6). Hesse published his first book, a collection of poems, in He remained in the bookselling business until , when he became a freelance writer and brought out his first novel, Peter Camenzind, about a failed and dissipated novel was a success, and Hesse returned to the theme of an artist’s inward and outward search in Gertrud () and Rosshalde ().

    is a platform for academics to share research papers. Hermann Hesse Hesse was born July 2, in the small southern German town of Calw, into a very colorful and culturally sophisticated family. Hesse claimed, “From my thirteenth birthday on, it was clear that I wanted to be a poet or nothing at all.”.


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Impact of Nietzsche on Hermann Hesse by Herbert W. Reichert Download PDF EPUB FB2

Nietzsche and Arthur Schopenhauer, the relationship between Hesse's works and their philosophy has not been explored in much depth. 1 Herbert Reichert is the most successful in this endeavor; in his book Nietzsche's Impact on Modern German Literature, he dedicates a single chapter to Hesse's entire oeuvre.

2 Hesse has mostly been understoodAuthor: Kathryn Punsly. Friedrich Nietzsche's Impact on Modern German Literature Book Description: These previously published essays discuss Nietzsche's influence on Arthur Schnitzler, Carl Sternheim, Georg Kaiser, Robert Musil, and Hermann Hesse. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Reichert, Herbert W.

(Herbert William), Impact of Nietzsche on Hermann Hesse. [Mt. Pleasant, Mich., Enigma. The impact of Nietzsche on Hermann Hesse. Responsibility by Herbert W. Reichert. Imprint [Mt. Pleasant, Mich.: Enigma Press, ] Hesse, Hermann, Nietzsche, Friedrich Wilhelm, > Influence.

Bibliographic information. Publication date Note "Printed by Dr. Earl R. Nitschke with hand-set Craw Clarendon Book on a 10 x. Hesse throughout all of his life was held by and engaged in a sort of inner dialogue with Nietzsche. The way Hesse separated the wheat and chaff, gold from dross in Nietzsche is worthy of much reflection.

A fine introduction to Hesse on Nietzsche is the excellent primer by Herbert W. Reichert, The Impact of Nietzsche on Hermann Hesse. Kaag’s new book, Hiking with Nietzsche, thus serves as an autobiographical confession of confusion and an introduction to the philosophy of Friedrich Nietzsche. Ultimately Kaag focuses on an.

Looking for books by Hermann Hesse and/or Nietzsche. Just seeing if any of my neighbors in Bayou Impact of Nietzsche on Hermann Hesse book John or surrounding areas have any books by Hesse or Nietzsche.

I've been reading them both a lot but don't have too much material, and prefer not to look at a screen. I'm just looking to borrow the books, I wouldn't have them for long.

Nietzsche’s writing, so several view-points from different authors were included. The Will to Power Introduction The Will to Power17 was the first book published after Nietzsche’s death.

This book was assembled by Nietzsche’s sister; Elisabeth and Peter Gast (a German editor of the time). Friedrich Nietzsche, whose name is mentioned a number of times throughout, is a sort of axiom for understanding the nature of the mark.

What the reader witnesses is the subjective experience of what Nietzsche described as the Übermensch, often translated (unfortunately) as the superman. And, in this case, is what Hesse calls the ‘mark of.

Bu tez, André Gide, James Joyce ve Hermann Hesse tarafından yazılan üç modernist bildungsromanın, Nietzsche felsefesi ıığında karılatırmalı bir analizini yapmaktadır.

The Immoralist (), A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man () ve Demian () yüzyılın File Size: 1MB. Finally, in the third chapter, I will explore the problem of somberness and the problem of fanaticism, and see how Hesse tries to resolve these two problems.

Recommended Citation Punsly, Kathryn, "The Influence of Nietzsche and Schopenhauer on Hermann Hesse" ().Author: Kathryn Punsly. Hermann Hesse () similarly explored the necessity for the individuals to overcome their social training and traditional ideas to seek their own way (Steppenwolf and The Glass Bead Game).

Many other famous writers influenced by Nietzsche include André Malraux (), André Gide (), and Knut Hamsun (). - The Influence of Nietzsche and Schopenhauer on Hermann Hesse By, Kathryn Punsly This thesis paper discusses the influence of Nietzsche and Schopenhauer's on Hesse and how their ideas are found in many of Hesse's novels, including Steppenwolf.

Hermann Hesse was a German-Swiss poet, novelist, and painter. Inhe received the Nobel Prize in Literature. His best-known works include Steppenwolf, Siddhartha, and The Glass Bead Game (also known as Magister Ludi), each of which explores an individual's search for authenticity, self-knowledge and spirituality.

Hermann Hesse's Demian influenced me more than just about any book although I haven't read the novel in twenty years. Through my late teens and early twenties I searched out every Hesse book I could find, including the rarities, journals, letters, etc., going as far as to ferret out European editions in a Berlin bookstore on a solo trip as much influenced by Hesse as cheap airfare/5.

Hesse was profoundly influenced by Friedrich Nietzsche and many of the ideas expressed in Demian are borrowed from Nietzsche's work. Nietzsche published Beyond Good and Evil inoffering a radical rejection of traditional societal values.

His work argued that moral edicts were unnecessary; the distinction between "good" and "evil" need not play a dominant role in the decisions people make and. Writing in the existential tradition of Nietzsche and Dostoevsky and drawing on the teachings of Carl Jung, and upon his own experiences as a child and adolescent, Hesse presents a compelling portrait of an individual who finds within himself the means to resolve anxiety and inner conflicts and to perceive in the turmoil of his world the promise of a new, enlightened order.

Hermann Hesse's novel Steppenwolf addresses division within the self and society, and the effects such divisions can have on an individual, such as loneliness, self-mutilation, and possible suicide. The novel is constructed from a manuscript that the principal character, Harry Haller, or Steppenwolf, leaves behind at a boarding house.

Siddhartha, Herman Hesse Siddhartha is a novel by Hermann Hesse that deals with the spiritual journey of self-discovery of a man named Siddhartha during the time of the Gautama Buddha.

The book, Hesse's ninth novel, was written in German, in a simple, lyrical style. It was published in the U.S. in and became influential during the s.4/5.

Though full of varying philosophical thoughts, I find Hesse to be relatively transparent as to what he is attempting to say.

Though this is the first time that I have read Demian, I have read numerous other works by Hesse, so I was somewhat intellectually prepared beforehand.I would highly recommend that a prospective reader be somewhat familiar with the basics of Jung’s theories on.

Hermann Karl Hesse (German: [ ˈhɛ.sə]] (); 2 July – 9 August ) was a German-born Swiss poet, novelist, and best-known works include Demian, Steppenwolf, Siddhartha, and The Glass Bead Game, each of which explores an individual's search for authenticity, self-knowledge andhe received the Nobel Prize in LiteratureBorn: 2 JulyCalw, Oberamt .Much hinges on what route is chosen and why.

I have been fortunate to linger at both Hesse and Nietzsche’s homes in Switzerland and meditated many a decade on their unique challenges. Such, indeed, will be the task of pondering of another paper that will, in time, become part of my newest book, Hermann Hesse: Phoenix Arising. In 'Hiking With Nietzsche,' Challenges Are Seen Through The Philosopher's Teachings John Kaag extracts ideas from Nietzsche and his followers — .