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" The cause of the origin of a thing and its eventual utility, its actual employment and place in a system of purposes, lie worlds apart; whatever exists, having somehow come into being, is again and again reinterpreted to new ends, taken over, transformed,... "
A Genealogy of Manners: Transformations of Social Relations in France and ... - 第 1 頁
Jorge Arditi 著 - 1998 - 312 頁
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A Rhetoric of the Unreal: Studies in Narrative and Structure, Especially of ...

Christine Brooke-Rose - 1983 - 456 頁
...from Nietzsche's On the genealogy of morals, quoted by this 'new Yale School': 'Whatever exists ... is again and again reinterpreted to new ends, taken over, transformed, and all events in the organic world are a subduing, a becoming master, and all subduing and becoming master...
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Nietzsche: Life as Literature

Alexander Nehamas - 1985 - 261 頁
...ought to be separate." He then generalizes this to the unrestricted view that the causes and origins of a thing and its eventual utility, its actual employment...and place in a system of purposes, lie worlds apart . . . But purposes and utilities are only signs that a will to power has become master of something...
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The Economist: Henry Thoreau and Enterprise

Leonard N. Neufeldt - 1989 - 232 頁
...than is manifestly evident in Nietzsche's formulation. In his Genealogy of Morals, Nietzsche argues: "the cause of the origin of a thing and its eventual...superior to it; all events in the organic world are ... a becoming master, . . . and becoming master involves a fresh interpretation, an adaptation through which...
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The Problems of Jurisprudence

Richard A. Posner - 1993 - 485 頁
...proceedings to condemn deodands into actions in reni in admiralty, how — in Nietzsche's words — "the cause of the origin of a thing and its eventual...into being, is again and again reinterpreted to new ends."2'' Nietzsche was not the only nineteenth-century genealogist, of course. Higher criticism of...
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Confrontations: Derrida

Ernst Behler - 1991 - 184 頁
..."the eye |as] being made for seeing, the hand being made for grasping" (GM, 77). In reality, however, "the cause of the origin of a thing and its eventual...and place in a system of purposes, lie worlds apart" (GM, 77). Nietzsche argues that "whatever exists, having somehow come into being, is again and again...
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Nietzsche and the Origin of Virtue

Lester H. Hunt - 1993 - 200 頁
...tendency to explain the origin of such facts by referring to the purposes they serve. He tells us that "the cause of the origin of a thing and its eventual utility, its actual employment in a system of purposes, lie worlds apart" (GM II 12). Two aspects of punishment must be carefully...
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Foucault's Nietzschean Genealogy: Truth, Power, and the Subject

Michael Mahon - 1992 - 255 頁
...assumes that he has adequately explained the phenomenon of punishment. According to Nietzsche, however, "the cause of the origin of a thing and its eventual...place in a system of purposes, lie worlds apart." 20 Any phenomenon, such as punishment, is interpreted and reinterpreted again and again throughout...
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Punishment: Theory and Practice

Mark Tunick - 1992 - 224 頁
...Nietzsche insists that the origins of a practice or institution do not tell us its purpose or value:. the cause of the origin of a thing and its eventual...actual employment and place in a system of purposes, 17. Ibid., section 276. 18. Thus Spoke Zarathustra. "On the Adder's Bite." There Nietzsche also writes,...
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Bodies that Matter: On the Discursive Limits of "sex"

Judith Butler - 1993 - 288 頁
..."law" is absolutely the last thing to employ in the history of the origin of law: on the contrary, ... the cause of the origin of a thing and its eventual...new ends, taken over, transformed, and redirected. — Friedrich Nietzsche, On the Genealogy of Morals In Althusser's notion of interpellation, it is...
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Japan in the World

Masao Miyoshi, Harry Harootunian - 1993 - 365 頁
...Illuminations, ed. Arendt, 571. 36. Barthes, Empire of Signs (New York: Hill and Wang, 1982), 3-4. 37. Ibid., 4. the cause of the origin of a thing and its eventual...being, is again and again reinterpreted to new ends. "Japan" is endlessly reinterpreted, but not because of its "progress." The "evolution" of something,...
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