Table of contents for Nietzsche and theology : Nietzschean thought in Christological anthropology / David Dean.

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CONTENTS
Introduction	1
CHAPTER ONE
Nietzsche and Truth: Semiotics as the Ground of Perspectivism	8
1:1 Nietzsche and Contradiction	9
Kaufmann and Sadler¿s attempts to ¿straighten¿ Nietzsche¿s contradiction	13
The problems with Kaufmann and Sadler¿s interpretations	17
Danto¿s reading of Nietzsche¿s pragmatic understanding of truth	29
1:2 Nietzsche, Nihilism and the semiotic presuppositions of his Interpreters	39
Schacht and Danto on Nietzsche¿s ¿nihilism¿	41
The sign as the extenuation of presence as a semiotic presupposition of Schacht and Danto¿s enquiries	48
1:3 A Nietzschean understanding of the relation between text and self	49
Nietzsche, presence and contradiction	56
CHAPTER TWO
Nietzsche and the Self: The Will-to-Power as an Ontology of Violence	66
The pre-suppositions of explication	66
The impossibility of explicating Nietzsche¿s philosophy	68
2:1 Schopenhauer	75
Schopenhauer within Kantian epistemology	77
Schopenhauer¿s difference from Kant	80
Schopenhauer¿s notion of Will	82
Nietzsche¿s difference from Schopenhauer¿s notion of will	85
2:2 The will-to-power	91
The will-to-power in itself	93
2:3 The body and its selves	105
CHAPTER THREE
Nietzsche and the Radical Orthodoxy of John Milbank	122
3:1 Milbank¿s reading of Nietzsche	128
Genealogy	133
Genealogy as Polemic	135
Differential Ontology	139
Ressentiment and Asceticism	144
3:2 Milbank¿s Nietzsche	149
3:3 Nietzsche¿s engagement with the Natural Sciences	155
Nietzsche¿s Critique of Darwin	157
3:4 Nietzsche, Roux and mechanistic physiology	164
The will-to-power in mechanistic physiology	168
3:5 Nietzsche¿s Biological Absolutizing of Struggle	172
CHAPTER FOUR
Nietzschean Semiotics and Barth's Theology of Language	180
4:1 The crises of meaningful representation in Barth¿s Dogmatics	187
4:2 Barth¿s account of meaningful reference	193
4:3 Catherine Pickstock¿s doxological account of meaningful representation	204
The locus of meaning in Pickstock¿s Account	210
4:5 The aporia in Barth¿s theology of language	215
CHAPTER FIVE
Nietzschean Ontology in Light of Barth's Christological Ontology	221
5:1 Barth¿s account of sin within a Christological metaperspective	233
Fallenness in Barth¿s doctrine of election	235
Freedom in Barth¿s concept of election	241
Barth and inherited transmission of sin	245
5:2 Barth¿s understanding of the nature and form of fallenness	250
Barth¿s use of the concept ¿flesh¿ as illustrative of human fallenness	255
CHAPTER SIX
Reconciliation of Self and Sign in Barth's Christology	264
6:1 Barth¿s fallen man in light of Nietzschean ontology	269
6:2 Violence in perspectival epistemology	276
6:3 The Ontological and Epistemological significance of ¿The Royal Man¿ within Barth¿s doctrine of Reconciliation	282
Ontology, Fallen and Reconciled	286

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Theological anthropology -- Christianity.
Nietzsche, Friedrich Wilhelm, 1844-1900.