Nietzsche’s life philosophy
Naturalism, will to power, normativity
in Constructing Foucault’s ethics
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Chapter 3 considers the senses in which Nietzsche can be classed as a naturalist, and then examines the functions of the will to power as the grounds for an immanent normative conception of life, as well as an objective conception of moral values. The chapter seeks to establish an objective normative conception of life based on Nietzsche's philosophy of the future. The concept of life continuance is added to the Nietzschean lexicon after a critical consideration of his concepts, as expressing both the individualist and collectivist tropes in his philosophy.

Constructing Foucault’s ethics

A poststructuralist moral theory for the twenty-first century


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