Within Nietzsche's Labyrinth
|Abstract||White searches for the subtler side of Nietzsche beyond his ambiguous support for violence and oppression. He looks at the `yes saying teachings' articulated with the `voice of beauty'.|
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|Call number||B3317.W453 1990|
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