|Abstract||Nietzsche's is no ordinary account of promising. It forms no part of the vast corpus on the question of promissory obligation. His quarry is not the morality, but the aetiology of promising: he seeks to make explicit the psychic condition that renders us capable of such a feat - to reveal what it presupposes about the human animal. This short paper is an interpretation of this account.|
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