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The Journal of Nietzsche Studies is a peer-reviewed, English-language journal with an international readership, dedicated to publishing the best philosophical scholarship on the work and thought of Friedrich Nietzsche. The journal welcomes submissions that explore Nietzsche’s relevance to contemporary philosophical problems, as well as those deploying, and contributing to, the latest historical and philological resources.
Originally founded in 1991 as the journal of the Friedrich Nietzsche Society (UK), the journal is now owned by Penn State University Press and supported by Georgia State University (http://jns.gsu.edu/), its editorial home.
published byPenn State University Press
viewing issueVolume 43, Number 2, Autumn 2012
Table of Contents
- Letter from the Editor
- p. 155
- Nietzsche's Naturalism
- pp. 185-212
- Nietzsche's Use of Amor Fati in Ecce Homo
- pp. 283-303
- Nietzsche versus the Genetic Fallacy
- pp. 305-315
- Williams, Nietzsche, and Pessimism
- pp. 316-325
- Second Reply to Professor Anderson
- pp. 362-365
- On Professor Young, Again
- pp. 366-367
- p. 304
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