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Contesting Nietzsche$

Christa Davis Acampora

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Unless otherwise noted, I use the following translations of Nietzsche’s works. In cases where more than one translation is listed, I use the first except when otherwise noted in the text. Translations of materials from Nietzsche’s notebooks are generally my own; however, I also consult Walter Kaufmann’s translations of unpublished selected notes from the period 1883–88 in The Will to Power, ed. Walter Kaufmann, trans. Walter Kaufmann and R. J. Hollingdale (New York: Vintage, 1967).

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