7-11 April 2014, University of Malta, Faculty of Arts, Department of Philosophy
Subject of the Lecture: The Place of “Art” in Nietzsche’s Philosophy.
Expected Outcome: Participants of this activity and audience of the lectures will be able to create an awareness about the importance of the concept of “art” in Nietzsche’s philosophy.
1-) Preliminary Survey To Be Posed To Students Of Philosophy.
2-) Introduction to the lecture: “A vocation to see the world as a work of art and to be an artist”, Metin Bal.
3-) “Sartre’s Conception of Art Grounded on Humanist Existentialism and Phenomenological Ontology”, Metin Bal & Sema Sökmen.
4-) The Will to Power, “Toward an Outline”, and Part IV: “The Will To Power As Art”, Friedrich Nietzsche.
5-) The Parable of the Madman, from The Gay Science, Friedrich Nietzsche.
6-) “The Dionysiac World View”, Friedrich Nietzsche.
7-) “The Spirit of Gravity”, from Thus Spake Zarathustra, Friedrich Nietzsche.
8-) Antigone, Sophocles.
9-) Bacchae, Euripides.