- Columbia Center for Contemporary Critical Thought
- Columbia Global Centers | Paris
- Bernard Harcourt
- Jesús Rodríguez-Velasco
- Daniele Lorenzini
- RSVP recommended. To RSVP, please email Anna Krauthamer at [email protected].
At the end of her life, Hannah Arendt was writing a series of volumes on The Life of the Mind, the second of which engaged the thought of Nietzsche. This session will explore her engagement with Nietzsche. This is the fifth seminar in the Nietzsche 13/13 series.
The Columbia Center for Contemporary Critical Thought and the Society of Fellows in the Humanities at Columbia University are pleased to announce another 13/13 seminar series for 2016-2017. A broad range of contemporary critical thinkers in the 20th century drew inspiration from Nietzsche’s writings. Together, they developed a strand of critical theory that has influenced disciplines as varied as history, law, politics, anthropology, philology, and the theory of science. These twentieth century thinkers effectively forged a unique Nietzschean strand of contemporary critical thought, very different from other critical strands represented by the Frankfurt School or Lacanian psychoanalytic theory. This seminar series will proceed through a close reading of 13 contemporary critical thinkers who drew on and engaged Nietzsche’s thought and writings. The seminar series has been organized and will be moderated by Bernard E. Harcourt, Daniele Lorenzini, and Jesús R. Velasco.