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I read Nietzsche's discussion of scholarly judgments of style beginning with his own inaugural lecture at Basel together with David Hume's stylistic reflections in his "On the Standard of Taste." This casts light both on the context and the substance of Nietzsche's own scholarly...
Nietzsche's relation to Spinoza is highly puzzling. It was based mainly on secondary sources. This article explores for the first time what impact Nietzsche's reading about Spinozaâparticularly of Kuno Fischer's History of Modern Philosophyâhad on his conceptions. First,...
This article extends recent efforts to investigate Nietzsche through the lens of Bernard Williams and Williams through the lens of Nietzsche by focusing on their respective conceptions of, and attitudes toward, pessimism. Specifically, the article investigates whether Williams should be regarded...
This article supports Lawrence Hatab's and Christa Davis Acampora's interpretation that the "sovereign individual" is not Nietzsche's positive ethical ideal. I draw on overlooked evidence from the Nachlass that bears on the notion of sovereignty, in conjunction with offering...
Did Nietzsche rely on genetic fallacies? I argue that while he published two minor instances of the fallacy, he also struggled mightily against a particular breed of genetic fallacy. What he critiqued as a "proof of strength" was in fact a genetic fallacy of the sort that derives the truth of a...
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