- Title Pages
- 1 The Optics of Science, Art, and Life
- 2 Nietzsche, Nature, and the affirmation of Life
- 3 Is Evolution Blind?
- 4 Nietzsche and the Nineteenth-Century Debate on Teleology
- 5 Nietzsche’s Concept of “Necessity” and Its Relation to “Laws of Nature”
- 6 Life and Justice in Nietzsche’s Conception of History
- 7 Life, Injustice, and Recurrence
- 8 Heeding the Law of Life
- 9 Toward the Body of the Overman
- 10 Nietzsche’s Synaesthetic Epistemology and the Restitution of the Holistic Human
- 11 Nietzsche’s Naturalist Morality of Breeding
- 12 An “Other Way of Being”
- 13 Nietzsche and the Transformation of Death
- 14 Becoming and Purification
- 15 “Falling in Love with Becoming”
- 16 “We Are Experiments”
- 17 States and Nomads
- Nietzsche and the Becoming of Life
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