Nietzsche's controversial will to power thesis is convincingly
rehabilitated in this compelling book. Tsarina Doyle presents a
fresh interpretation of his account of nature and value, which sees
him defy the dominant conception of nature in the Enlightenment and
overturn Hume's distinction between facts and values. Doyle argues
that Nietzsche challenges Hume indirectly through critical
engagement with Kant's idealism, and that in so doing and despite
some wrong turns, he establishes the possibility of objective value
in response to nihilism and the causal efficacy of consciousness as
a necessary condition of human autonomy. Her book will be important
for scholars of Nietzsche's metaphysics, and of the history of
philosophy and science more generally.
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