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Letter from the Editor

Letter from the Editor Dear Readers, his issue marks a milestone in the history of the Journal of Nietzsche Studies--we have just celebrated our fifteenth anniversary. And there are some exciting changes that lie ahead as we look to the future. One new development is that the journal is now owned by Pennsylvania State University Press. Readers will not notice any obvious changes as a result from this shift. What it will mean is that the journal will have a solid supporter that should see us through the decades to come. Members and officers of the Friedrich Nietzsche Society will continue to play important roles in contributing to the journal, participating in the review process, and recommending topics for special theme issues. To further strengthen the journal, we will create an Editorial Review Board. When announced in our next issue, the roster will include the names of the most interesting and knowledgeable scholars in Nietzsche studies. The founders of the society and the previous editors are heartily thanked for creating what has become the world's leading English-language journal for research relating to Nietzsche. Some changes that readers will notice are already apparent in this issue, including the revival of a section titled 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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Copyright © 2007 by The Pennsylvania State University. All rights reserved.
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1538-4594
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Abstract

Dear Readers, his issue marks a milestone in the history of the Journal of Nietzsche Studies--we have just celebrated our fifteenth anniversary. And there are some exciting changes that lie ahead as we look to the future. One new development is that the journal is now owned by Pennsylvania State University Press. Readers will not notice any obvious changes as a result from this shift. What it will mean is that the journal will have a solid supporter that should see us through the decades to come. Members and officers of the Friedrich Nietzsche Society will continue to play important roles in contributing to the journal, participating in the review process, and recommending topics for special theme issues. To further strengthen the journal, we will create an Editorial Review Board. When announced in our next issue, the roster will include the names of the most interesting and knowledgeable scholars in Nietzsche studies. The founders of the society and the previous editors are heartily thanked for creating what has become the world's leading English-language journal for research relating to Nietzsche. Some changes that readers will notice are already apparent in this issue, including the revival of a section titled

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The Journal of Nietzsche StudiesPenn State University Press

Published: Jul 25, 2007

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