Journal of Nietzsche Studies (forthcoming)
|Abstract||Noting the apparent strangeness of looking to Nietzsche for insight on friendship has become a topos of recent scholarship. Ruth Abbey remarks: "The idea that Nietzsche could contribute to an understanding of friendship seems odd, if not misguided."1 In a similar vein, Richard Avramenko writes: "To ask of Nietzsche sage wisdom regarding friendship seems somehow misguided, like turning to Henry VIII for marriage advice or to Jean-Jacques Rousseau for tips on parenting."2 The appearance that Nietzsche has nothing to say about friendship, and was not interested in friendship, has survived Kaufmann's observation that "few philosophers have written more eloquently in praise of friendship than Nietzsche; and while he ..|
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