Birth of Tragedy: my notes posted

Reading Castoriadis has sent me scurrying back to Nietzsche, and in particular I wanted to dive in to The Birth of Tragedy because of its connection to D&G and Rothko. It is a bit of a hot mess, but in a thrilling way, I think. My notes are here.

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