Please read the following for Jan. 28
1. Gemes, Ken (and Christopher Janaway). “Nietzsche on Free Will, Autonomy and the Sovereign Individual.” Proceedings of the Aristotelian Society (Supplement) 80:1 (June 2006): 321-338. Available on the course Connect site (requires UBC login): https://go.library.ubc.ca/NrqmZZ
* optional: Janaway’s portion of the above article (same link as above)
Notes on the screen from the Strong article (assigned for Jan. 23), including notes from discussions we had about it:
Notes on Strong article discussed Jan. 28 (MS Word)
Notes on Strong article discussed Jan. 28 (PDF)
My notes from the presentation we had on the Gemes article assigned for Jan. 28:
Presentation on Gemes, Jan. 28 (MS Word)
Presentation on Gemes, Jan. 28 (PDF)
What people turned in for the group discussion at the end of class this day— I put this on our wiki page so that anyone can add or edit. Please don’t delete anything written there. You can make a comment about it, but I’d like to keep a record of what was said.
— If you want to, please feel free to elaborate on one or more things your group discussed, or give your ideas in answer to one or more of the questions.
Here’s the link to the wiki page where this discussion is recorded: http://wiki.ubc.ca/Course:PHIL449/discussions
Please read the following for Jan. 30
1. Nietzsche, Genealogy Third Treatise
2. Owen, Nietzsche’s Genealogy of Morality Chapter 7
My notes on the Gemes article: we talked about some of these in class on Jan. 30
Christina’s notes on Gemes on free will & S.I. (MS Word)
Christina’s notes on Gemes on free will & S.I. (PDF)
My notes on the presentation we had on Jan. 30 on GM III
Presentation on Treatise III of Genealogy of Morality (MS Word)
Presentation on Treatise III of Genealogy of Morality (PDF)
Due Jan. 31
Submit URLs for your posts and comments for January (2 posts, no more than one per week, and 4 comments on others’ posts, no more than two per week). This should be done by midnight on Friday, Jan. 31.
Submit these on a document, either a word processing document (MS Word or Mac Pages acceptable) or a PDF, on the Connect website for this course: go to http://connect.ubc.ca then go to “Assignments” on the left menu and submit there.