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In what follows I respond to the contributions of Helmut Heit, Maudemarie Clark, and John Richardson to a retrospective symposium held on the occasion of the thirtieth anniversary of the appearance of my 1983 book Nietzsche. There is much more in the three contributions than I can possibly...
Abstract: In this article, I investigate the reception of Richard Schacht’s Nietzsche in Germany. Despite the fact that his later work was widely acknowledged in Germany, his 1983 monograph did not receive much attention. I suggest that this is due in part to the significantly differing...
Nietzscheâs early essay âThe Greek Stateâ has been understood as unambiguous evidence of Nietzscheâs âaristocratic radicalism,â that he rejected liberal democracy and advocated slavery, war, and the sacrifice of the many for the few. This article challenges the scholarly consensus. I...
According to Nietzsche, drives are the ultimate constituents of virtues and vices. I argue that Nietzsche identifies two blueprints for character construction: a slavish, interpersonal blueprint, and a masterly, reflexive blueprint. When the interpersonal blueprint is implemented, a person...
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