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1. International Studies in Philosophy: Volume > 21 > Issue: 2
John T. Wilcox Introduction
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2. International Studies in Philosophy: Volume > 21 > Issue: 2
Daniel Shaw Rorty and Nietzsche: Some Elective Affinities
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William R. Schroeder Nietzsche’s Synoptic and Utopian Vision
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Alistair Moles Nietzsche’s Eternal Recurrence as Riemannian Cosmology
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George J. Stack Riemann’s Geometry and Eternal Recurrence as Cosmological Hypothesis: A Reply
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Daniel W. Conway Literature as Life: Nietzsche’s Positive Morality
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Robert C. Solomon Nietzsche and Nehamas’s Nietzsche
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Bernd Magnus Self-Consuming Concepts
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Alexander Nehamas Different Readings: A Reply to Magnus, Solomon, and Conway
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John T. Wilcox The Birth of Nietzsche Out of the Spirit of Lange
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Daniel Breazeale Lange, Nietzsche, and Stack: The Question of “Influence”
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Hans Seigfried Opposing Science with Art, Again?: Nietzsche’s Project According to Stack
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George J . Stack From Lange to Nietzsche: A Response to a Troika of Critics
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Robin Small Absolute Becoming and Absolute Necessity
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John Richardson Reply to Professor Robin SmalI
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