Sir muhammad iqbal, also known as allama iqbal, was a philosopher, poet and politician in british india who is widely regarded to have inspired the pakistan movement he is considered one of the most important figures in urdu literature, with literary work in both the urdu and persian languages. List of notable or famous philosophers from germany, with bios and photos, including the top philosophers born in germany and even some popular philosophers who immigrated to germany friedrich wilhelm nietzsche was a german philosopher, cultural critic, poet, composer and latin and greek scholar friedrich schiller died at 46 (1759. Modernism 3 and incorporated by later thinkers such as nietzsche odilon redon, guardian spirit of the waters, 1878, charcoal on paper, the art institute of chicago two of the most significant thinkers of the period were, in biology. Nietzsche believes his corpus as a whole involves a ‘reversal of all values’ (1888/1889: 1235 1888: 1152) goethe also demonstrates the constructed nature of ideals when he reverses values in his poem pariah (1821: 361-367), and overturns the conventional categories of mediator and magdalen.
Greco-roman religion and philosophy the ancient greek and roman worlds made important contributions to both religion and philosophy, the study of the nature of truth, knowledge, and moral values in fact the word philosophy is of greek origin, combining the words philia or to love with sophia or wisdom. Friedrich nietzsche was a german philosopher, whose critiques of contemporary culture, religion, and philosophy centered around a basic question regarding the foundation of values and morality. He wrote critical texts on religion, morality, contemporary culture, philosophy, and science, displaying a fondness for metaphor, irony, and aphorism nietzsche’s key ideas include the “death of god”, [. William wordsworth’s poetry and philosophy hongkyu a choe  (coleridge bulletin, new series 22, winter 2003, pp 62-71) _____ the influence of the seventeenth century philosopher john locke on modes of thinking far exceeds his fame.
The philosopher, whose materialist view of religion appalled the bishops, found his published works rigorously suppressed by officialdom clarence remains the most rambunctious of the two, carl the most laid back, the philosopher. German philosopher, poet, composer, and writer friedrich nietzsche (october 15, 1844–august 25, 1900) is among humanity’s most enduring, influential, and oft-cited minds — and he seemed remarkably confident that he would end up that way nietzsche famously called the populace of philosophers. In works of nietzsche morality is presented as an obstacle to developing into a leadership, and the progress of history is dependent on great personalities striving for power along the same lines, the nature of leadership is analyzed by the english historian thomas carlyle, whose works later on featured prominently in the philosophy of leadership. Friedrich nietzsche (1844 - 1900), german philosopher one of jack and charmian london's favorite books was nietzsche's thus spoke zarathustra in this book, nietzsche expounded his theory of the beyond - man or superman.
Society and the individual in nietzsche's the will to power (1999) travis j denneson i introduction in the will to power, specifically the section entitled the will to power as society and individual, nietzsche's ideas concerning how his doctrine of the will to power is manifested in both societies as a whole and in individuals within a society are presented. Nietzsche attacked the christian religion, as represented by churches and institutions, for what he called it is transvaluation of healthy instinctive values transvaluation consists of the process by which one can view the meaning of a concept or ideology from a higher context. Friedrich wilhelm nietzsche (15 october 1844 – 25 august 1900) was a german philosopher, philologist, cultural critic, poet and composer he wrote several critical texts on religion , morality , culture , philosophy and science , displaying a fondness for metaphor , irony and aphorism.
' citations of the works listed under the following abbreviations will be included in the text itself after quotations, summaries, or direct references to the texts concerned the antichrist (1888), trans walter kaufmann, in the portable nietzsche (new. Mr slave from the television show south park friedrich wilhelm nietzsche (ipa:[ˈnitʃə]) (october 15, 1844 – august 25, 1900), a german philologist and philosopher, produced critiques of contemporary culture, religion, and philosophy centered around a basic question regarding the positive and negative attitudes toward life of various systems of morality. Traces of friedrich nietzsche’s philosophy in scandinavian literature 161 be found as well in the works of henrik ibsen1 and knut hamsun although these writers had different views on morality, religion or life in general, the superman, the. Friedrich nietzsche (1844–1900) was a german philosopher of the late 19th century who challenged the foundations of christianity and traditional morality.
Philosophies of friedrich nietzsche friedrich nietzsche was a 19th-century german philosopher and held in regard amongst the greatest philosophers of the early part century. Such an opinion is called nihilism there are no moral values nietzsche said man could rise above nihilism well, so far we have looked at two late nineteenth century thinkers: one a philosopher-poet, the other a philosopher-novelist religion, art, drugs, alcohol, wanton sexuality, music, politics, crystals all of these are little. The german philosopher friedrich nietzsche read emerson in german translations and his developing philosophy of the great man is clearly influenced and confirmed by the contact writing about the greek philosopher plato, emerson asserted that “every book is a quotation and every man is a quotation,” a perspective that foreshadows the.