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Agape and the Four Loves with Nietzsche, Father, and Q
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Agape and the Four Loves with Nietzsche, Father, and Q

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Pickwick Publications 2013

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Overview

Goicoechea explains Nietzsche’s thesis that the agapeic love of Jesus is humankind’s highest affirmation. Prior to Q scholars—the researchers who study and attempt to reconstruct the supposed source of the content common to Matthew and Luke, but not present in Mark—Nietzsche saw this love as the essence of the Sermon on the Mount and based his philosophy upon it. Throughout the Catholic tradition agape fulfilled the affection of Empedocles, the eros of Plato, the friendship of Aristotle, and the agape of Plotinus. While, as Anders Nygren shows, modernists protested such syntheses, now postmodernists once again let agape and the four loves contribute to one another.

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Product Details

  • Title: Agape and the Four Loves with Nietzsche, Father, and Q: A Physiology of Reconciliation from the Greeks to Today
  • Author: David Goicoechea
  • Publisher: Wipf & Stock
  • Publication Date: 2013
  • Pages: 382
  • Resource Type: Monographs

About David Goicoechea

David Goicoechea is professor emeritus of philosophy at Brock University, St. Catharines, Ontario. He has published widely in the areas of philosophy of love, existentialism, philosophy of religion, postmodernism, and the history of philosophy.