Monday, July 18, 2011

Who is Zarathustra's Nietzsche? By David Allison

This paper has been shared openly on other media platforms (by the editor of New Nietzsche Studies, Babette Babich), and the historical scholarship is pristine. David Allison informs us about the transitional awareness Nietzsche demonstrates in his own writings about himself. This Allison argues becomes a central point that provides explanation into Nietzsche's later works in the post-Zarathustra-period.

I liked it a lot. And, my reasons for posting it are twofold. Again, I liked it a lot, and in addition this piece wonderfully demonstrates the high quality of scholarship one might come to expect from SPEP "affiliated" schools.

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