University of Texas, Austin: Nietzsche and God

Friedrich Nietzsche, c. 1875, Friedrich Hartmann

The Jefferson Center: Nietzsche’s Dictum that “God is Dead”


The Thomas Jefferson Center for the Study of Core Texts & Ideas, will host Daniel Conway to present his interpretation of Nietzsche and his famous dictum “God is dead” as part of the Center’s Lunchtime Lecture Series.

Thursday, February 20, 2020 • 12:00 PM
Batts 5.108 • University of Texas, Austin

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Daniel Conway is a Professor of Philosophy and Humanities and Affiliate Professor of Religious Studies, Film Studies, and Law at Texas A&M University. He has lectured and published widely on topics in post-Kantian European philosophy, political theory, philosophy of religion, philosophy and literature, philosophy and film, American philosophy, and genocide studies. To date he has published seventeen books and more than 100 articles in scholarly journals and edited collections. Professor Conway currently serves as a member of the Executive Committee of the Friedrich Nietzsche Society. He sits on the Advisory Boards of Arendt Studies, Basilíade, Symposion, Nietzsche-Studien, Nietzsche Online, and Monographien und Texte zur Nietzsche-Forschung (Walter de Gruyter). A former Executive Editor of the Journal of Nietzsche Studies, he now serves as a member of its Advisory Board. In 2014 he was named an Honorary Life Member of the Friedrich Nietzsche Society.

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