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    Friedrich Nietzsche: Neue Wege der Forschung Eds. By Christian Niemeyer Et Al.Anna Barth - 2016 - Journal of Nietzsche Studies 47 (3):501-506.
    According to Christian Niemeyer, professor of social education in Dresden, Germany, we are currently witnessing “a crisis of overproduction” in Nietzsche research. For several years, an “actual Nietzsche industry” has provided “a plethora of introductions, commentaries, monographs, readers, and editions for an apparently still hungry audience”. Though acknowledging that there are many important books among them, Niemeyer, first, deplores the fact that many “postmodern” interpreters mistake Nietzsche’s programmatic lack of system as carte blanche for ignoring scholarly methods and thereby arbitrarily (...)
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    Der Antichrist Und der Gekreuzigte: Friedrich Nietzsches Letzte Texte by Heinrich Detering (Review).Anna Barth - 2013 - Journal of Nietzsche Studies 44 (3):490-493.
    The ambivalent status of Nietzsche as both genius and madman is the greatest myth of modern philosophy. In The Gay Science of 1882, he presented the parable of the madman seeking God and attesting his death (GS 125), and less than seven years later, only a few days before he was admitted to the Basel mental asylum, he wrote to Meta von Salis that “[t]he world is transfigured, for God is on Earth” and signed the letter “The Crucified” (KGB III:5, (...)
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