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

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Introduction	1
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
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
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
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
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
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.