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New Nietzsche Studies

Volume 6/7, Issue 3/4/1/2, Fall/Spring 2005
In Memoriam: Jacques Derrida

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David B. Allison Who is Zarathustra’s Nietzsche?
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Günther Wohlfahrt Who is Nietzsche’s Zarathustra?
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Bindu Puri Zarathustra, Phronesis, and an Alternative Understanding of Human Rights
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Joseph Westfall Denial and Overcoming in Nietzsche’s Zarathustra I: Teaching the Übermensch
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Earl Nitschke, Postcard
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James Dodd Inwardness: An Analysis of Zarathustra’s Speech “On the Pale Criminal”
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Earl Nitschke, Postcard
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Duncan Large Wolf Man, Overman: “Nachträglichkeit” in Freud and Nietzsche in Zarathustra
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Martin Liebseher “Wotan” and “Puer Aeternitatis”: The Historical Context oIC.G. Jung’s Interpretation of Zarathustra
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Cynthia D. Coe, Matthew C. Altman The Paradoxes of Convalescent History
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Earl Nitschke, Postcards
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David Smith Nietzsche’s Hinduism, Nietzsche’s India
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Roger Berkowitz Friedrich Nietzsche, The Code of Manu, and the Art of Legislation
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Thomas Paul Bonfiglio Toward a Genealogy of Aryan Morality: Nietzsche and Jacolliot
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William E. Connolly Time, Politics and Artistry
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Vanitas, 1645
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Tracy B. Strong Politics, and Time: The Overcoming of the Past
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Larry Hatab On Nietzsche, Politics, and Time: A Response to William E. Connolly and Tracy B. Strong
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Earl Nitschke, Postcard
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Lou Salomé, Friedrich Nietzsche, and Paul Rée, Lucerne, 1882
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