Transvaluations: Nietzsche in France, 1872-1972

Oxford University Press (1996)
This study traces the transvaluations or transformations in value and meaning Nietzsche's work underwent during the first century of its reception in France. These transvaluations, Smith argues, resulted as various critics, both within and outside the philosophical establishment, contested Nietzsche's theories. He offers a historical perspective on the continuing importance of Nietzsche's work to contemporary debates within the arenas of philosophy and critical theory.
Keywords Philosophy, French  Philosophy, French
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Call number B3317.S612 1996
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