CC704 Nietzsche and Dostoyevsky | Knox Theological Seminary
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This capstone course in the Christian and Classical Studies program continues the discussion of political regimes, specifically as it relates to the founding and refounding of the American Republic, followed by a consideration of the divergent European visions that have challenged the Republic up to the present time. There are lectures on The Federalist Papers of Madison, Hamilton, and Jay; the Speeches of Lincoln; and directed readings of Beyond Good and Evil, Genealogy of Morals, and Twilight of the Idols of Nietzsche; and the Brothers Karamazov of Dostoevsky.