Infectious Nietzsche [Book Review]

Dialogue 38 (1):194-195 (1999)

Abstract

Infectious Nietzsche is a collection of twelve provocative essays written by Krell during the years 1969-94. This fact accounts for the somewhat fragmentary texture of the work, but each piece adds another dimension to what Krell refers to as his interpretation of Nietzsche's "descensional" thinking, and, in this regard, they remain remarkably well coordinated.

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Leslie A. MacAvoy
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