Journal of Nietzsche Studies 53 (1):96-99 (2022)

Charlie Huenemann
Utah State University
Any companion will take on different features over the course of a long trip, though very often it is one’s own moods that are to blame if things go badly. Similarly, whether the companion Tom Stern has assembled will find favor will depend on the moods of the one being companioned.If one is interested in gaining more thorough knowledge of Nietzsche’s own context, there are plenty of instructive discussions here. Andreas Urs Sommer, in “What Nietzsche Did and Did Not Read,” points out that for all of Nietzsche’s admonishments that we should learn from observation, “reading is in fact the foundation of his thought”. Sommer demonstrates that...
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