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Fellows in Residence

The Kolleg Friedrich Nietzsche established the Fellows in Residence programme to support young scholars of philosophy, the arts and sciences who would like to explore a self-chosen topic for a certain period of time in greater depth. The Fellows in Residence live at the historical Nietzsche-Archiv, make use of the resources of the academic and cultural cosmos of Weimar and invigorate the activities of the Kolleg Friedrich Nietzsche.

„Our epoch, however much it may babble about economy, is a spendthrift: it wastes intellect, the most precious thing of all.“

Friedrich Nietzsche (Dawn of Day, 179)

We welcome the following Fellows in Residence this year:

  • Georg Simmerl (Munich): “Nietzschean Alienation”
  • Martin Gronau (Erfurt): “The Philology of Physicists”
  • Paul Stephan (Hannover): “Authenticity in Stirner, Kierkegaard and Nietzsche”
  • Dr Antonia Eder (Berlin): “The (Un-)Necessary Knowledge of the Present Time(s). The Temporalisation of Formation of Extraneous Knowledge”
  • Dennis Yücel (Weimar): “Relationships between Metaphysics (and Metaphysical Critique) and Theo-Ontological Architecture in Nietzsche, Heidegger and Derrida”
  • Martin Wagner (Calgary): “The Margin of Obedience. The Concept of Freedom in the Early Modern Era”
  • Dr Konstanze Caysa (Leipzig): “Ascetism as Autorevolution”
  • Florian Zappe (Berlin): “Poetic-Philosophical Meditations on the Death of God – The Parallels and Differences in Stephen Crane and Friedrich Nietzsche”
  • Mike Rottmann (Halle): “Friedrich Nietzsche Excerpted”

The broad spectrum of themes and perspectives addressed by our past Fellows in Residence is presented in three anthologies published in the series “Schriften aus dem Kolleg Friedrich Nietzsche” (Writings from the Kolleg Friedrich Nietzsche):

The following is a list of all Fellows in Residence selected by the Kolleg Friedrich Nietzsche since its establishment in 1999.

Listings by years: 201820172016201520142013201220112010200920082007, 2006, 2005, 2004, 2003, 2002, 2001 

Projects of the Klassik Stiftung Weimar are funded by the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF) and the Free State of Thuringia, represented by the State Chancellery of Thuringia, Department of Culture and the Arts.

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