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Nietzsche and the Crisis in Philosophy

“Dr. Walter Kaufmann focuses on the contribution of Friedrich Nietzsche to the philosophical world, picturing him as a revolutionary heretic and the embodiment of the Socratic spirit. He traces in Nietzsche’s works the craving for intellectual integrity, his break with Richard Wagner over the composer’s anti-Semetic and anti-French sentiments, and ultimately, his madness, ascribed to having “burned himself out.” 1960.”

On the genealogy of morals

The Radix Podcast

The Thoughts of Friedrich Nietzsche or listen here 

“Grant Bartley from Philosophy Now discusses the influence and ideas of Friedrich Nietzsche, the infamous German anti-Christian philosopher, with Ken Gemes, Professor of Philosophy at Birkbeck.”

The Big Ideas podcast: Friedrich Nietzsche’s ‘God is dead’ or listen here

“What did Nietzsche mean by the death of God? Benjamen Walker and guests explore the legacy of the German philosopher’s statement”

University of Oxford

Several different podcasts like: Lecture on Nietzsche’s attack on Value Dualism or Nietzsche rejects a persisting self

BBC, Nietzsche’s Genealogy of Morality or listen here

“Melvyn Bragg and guests discuss Nietzsche’s On The Genealogy of Morality – A Polemic, which he published in 1887 towards the end of his working life and in which he considered the price humans have paid, and were still paying, to become civilised.”

Birkbeck university of London 

“Professor Ken Gemes (Birkbeck) – Nietzsche on Nihilism and the Death of God. This lecture introduces Nietzsche as the philosopher of the death of god. Nietzsche claims that we have not yet fully understood the ramifications of the modern rejection of belief in God.”  Listen here more on there site.”

Philosophizethis or listen here

“On this episode, we take a look at Friedrich Nietzsche and his often misunderstood concept of ‘the will to power.”

CBCradio or listen here

“God is dead. And we have killed him.” These notorious words were written by the 19th century German philosopher, Friedrich Nietzsche. Through his brilliant and explosive writings, he became known as a severe critic of religion and conventional morality”

Philosophybites

Several different podcasts like Brian Leiter on Nietzsche Myths