Think About It
This introduction discusses Nietzsche’s Untimely Observations. It examines two connected but independent terms at play in this book: the “untimely” and “observations”. The form that Nietzsche gave to this critique was to center on the work of specific individuals—philosophers, artists, and cultural critics.
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