Journal of Nietzsche Studies 41 (1):73-82 (forthcoming)
|Abstract||One sense in which Thus Spoke Zarathustra might indeed be a book "for none" is that none of us can agree what it says. But in the last few decades it seems that certain questions have achieved some recognition as questions that the Zarathustra commentator might want to answer. These questions look something like this: Is it really Nietzsche's most philosophically significant book (as he sometimes claims)? How does it fit together with his other books? Is part IV an embarrassing addition or a central and indispensable conclusion to the book? Is there a coherent conception of the Übermensch ? Does Nietzsche consider the latter desirable or even possible? Does Zarathustra? What is the Eternal Recurrence—a ..|
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