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Journal of Nietzsche Studies 39 (1):5-11 (forthcoming)
|Abstract||The German term Nietzsche translators usually render in English as 'transvaluation' or 'revaluation' is 'Umwerthung.'1 The motif of revaluation can be traced back in Nietzsche's work to the period 1880-81, as Thomas Brobjer shows elsewhere in this volume, but the term 'Umwerthung' is first used only in a Nachlass note from summer-autumn 1884. Here, typically, Nietzsche is trying out a new title for his next work (his first post-Zarathustra), and we read: "Philosophie der ewigen Wiederkunft. Ein Versuch der Umwerthung aller Werthe" (Philosophy of the Eternal Return: An Attempt at the Revaluation of All Values [KSA 11, p. 218]). In Nietzsche's published writings the term duly makes its appearance in that next work ..|
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