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Letter from the Editor

Letter from the Editor Dear Readers, t is my great pleasure to use this forum to introduce you to our stellar new editorial board and assistant editor. As announced in the previous issue, the Journal is reaching a new milestone in creating an editorial board to help steer our course for the future. The board includes figures widely recognized for significantly influencing Nietzsche studies during the past thirty years. While their particular interests and approaches diverge, they share a commitment to making the Journal of Nietzsche Studies a venue that serves as an index for the most philosophically provocative research, a genuine guide to the literature through its reviews, and a helpful resource for further inquiry. R. Lanier Anderson is the current chair of the program committee of the North American Nietzsche Society and has published numerous articles on Nietzsche. Keith Ansell Pearson is a co-editor of the first English translation of Nietzsche's Kritische Studienausgabe, and a co-founder of the Friedrich Nietzsche Society. He has charted the course of Nietzsche studies through his many books and articles, his edited volumes, his collections of Nietzsche's writings, and his tireless organizing. Maudemarie Clark has authored many articles and book chapters on Nietzsche, and she http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png The Journal of Nietzsche Studies Penn State University Press

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Penn State University Press
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1538-4594
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Abstract

Dear Readers, t is my great pleasure to use this forum to introduce you to our stellar new editorial board and assistant editor. As announced in the previous issue, the Journal is reaching a new milestone in creating an editorial board to help steer our course for the future. The board includes figures widely recognized for significantly influencing Nietzsche studies during the past thirty years. While their particular interests and approaches diverge, they share a commitment to making the Journal of Nietzsche Studies a venue that serves as an index for the most philosophically provocative research, a genuine guide to the literature through its reviews, and a helpful resource for further inquiry. R. Lanier Anderson is the current chair of the program committee of the North American Nietzsche Society and has published numerous articles on Nietzsche. Keith Ansell Pearson is a co-editor of the first English translation of Nietzsche's Kritische Studienausgabe, and a co-founder of the Friedrich Nietzsche Society. He has charted the course of Nietzsche studies through his many books and articles, his edited volumes, his collections of Nietzsche's writings, and his tireless organizing. Maudemarie Clark has authored many articles and book chapters on Nietzsche, and she

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The Journal of Nietzsche StudiesPenn State University Press

Published: Dec 6, 2007

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