English Publications

Nietzsche’s Theology: Perspectives for God, Faith, and Justice, transl. by Julia Jansen in: New Nietzsche Studies (New York) 4, 3/4 (2000-2001), p. 73-89. < PDF

Nietzsche’s Doctrines, Nietzsche’s Signs, in: The Journal of Nietzsche Studies 31 (Spring 2006), p. 20-41. < PDF

After Montinari. On Nietzsche Philology, transl. by Lisa Anderson, in: The Journal of Nietzsche Studies 38 (Fall 2009), p. 5-19. < PDF

Fearless Findings. Instinct and Language in Book V of the Gay Science, transl. by João Constancio und Katia Hay, in: João Constancio / Maria João Mayer Branco (Hg.), Nietzsche on Instinct and Language, Berlin/Boston (De Gruyter) 2011, p. 185-200. < PDF

• Beyond the Free Spirit Trilogy. Werner Stegmaier in discussion with the editors, in: Pli. The Warwick Journal of Philosophy Issue 25 (2014), ed. by Matthew Dennis and David Rowthorne: Nietzsche’s Free Spirit Works, 177-186. PDF

7 Theses: The Moral Challenges of Friedrich Nietzsche‘s Nihilism, transl. by Reinhard Müller and Werner Stegmaier (2014/15). < PDF

Subjects as Temporal Clues to Orientation: Nietzsche and Luhmann on Subjectivity, transl. by Bartholomew Ryan and João Constâncio, in: João Constâncio / Maria João Mayer Branco/ Bartholomew Ryan (Hg.), Nietzsche and the Problem of Subjectivity, Berlin / Boston (De Gruyter) 2015, 487-511. < PDF

Nietzsche‘s Orientation toward the Future, transl. by Reinhard Müller, in: The Journal of Nietzsche Studies 47.3 (Autumn 2016), 384-401. PDF

• ‘Resolute Reversals’: Kant’s and Nietzsche’s Orienting Decisions Concerning the Distinction between Reason and Nature, trans. by Herman Siemens, in: Marco Brusotti / Herman Siemens / Joâo Constâncio / Tom Bailey / Maria Joâo Mayer Branco / Katia Hay (Eds.), Nietzsche’s Engagements with Kant and the Kantian Legacy, 3 volumes, Vol. I, (ed. by Marco Brusotti / Herman Siemens), Nietzsche, Kant and the Problem of Metaphysics, London/Oxford/New York/New Delhi/Sydney (Bloomsbury) 2017, S. 181-204. PDF

• Orientation within Nihilism. A Response to Paul van Tongeren, transl. by Reinhard Müller, in: Chris Bremmers / Andrew Smith / Jean-Pierre Wils (Hg.), Beyond Nihilism?, Nordhausen (Verlag Traugott Bautz) 2018, S. 85-96. PDF

What is Orientation? A Philosophical Investigation. Abrigded and revised version of: ”Philosophie der Orientierung“, translated by Reinhard Mueller in cooperation with Werner Stegmaier, Berlin/Boston (De Gruyter) 2019, 298 p.

  • Three Guides to the Philosophy of Orientation:

    Successful Modes of Orientation: 15 Conclusions from the Philosophy of Orientation for Your Every Day Life, Hodges Foundation for Philosophical Orientation, Nashville, Tennessee, 2019, 6 p. PDF

    Fearless Findings: 25 Footholds for the Philosophy of Orientation, Hodges Foundation for Philosophical Orientation, Nashville, Tennessee, 2019, 16 p. PDF

    Courageous Beginnings: 25 Situations of New Orientations in the History of Philosophy, Hodges Foundation for Philosophical Orientation, Nashville, Tennessee, 2019, 135 p. PDF

     

• Nietzsche’s Self-Evaluation as the Destiny of Philosophy and Humanity (Ecce Homo, Why I Am a Destiny 1), trans. by Lisa Maria Anderson, in: Nicholas Martin (Hg.), Nietzsche’s Ecce homo, Berlin/Boston (De Gruyter) (forthcoming).