T HOMAS H. B ROBJER 10. In a thirteen-line footnote on page 11 in the English translation, where Stirner's critique and indignation regarding the opinion of incest is discussed, including the inconsistency this condemnation leads to in the Bible (an argument not used by Nietzsche). 11. We know that Nietzsche read (and even once briefly contributed to--see NietzscheStudien 27 : 446f.) the Philosophische Monatshefte in the 1870s. Q: Where do the ancestors of Nietzsche come from? There is a slight chance that the Nietzsches of my family tree are related to the family of the philosopher.-- Peter Navé A: Recent research has revealed that people with the same names are probably more related to one another than they think. But as "Nietzsche" is a common name, any relationship with your family is unlikely to be close. I refer you to the following passage from R. J. Hollingdale's Nietzsche (1965), pp. 35: Nietzsche's ancestry has been traced back to the sixteenth century. Over 200 forebears are known, all of them Germans. [. . .] A wholly unnecessary confusion has been introduced into the straightforward tale of Nietzsche's ancestry by the story that the Nietzsches were really descended from
The Journal of Nietzsche Studies – Penn State University Press
Published: Jul 8, 2003
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