NEW NIETZSCHE STUDIES Volume
Nos. 3/4 (Fall 2007 and Winter 2008).
Featuring: Tracy B. Strong's
translation of Sarah Kofman's Nietzsche's Contempt of/for the
Jews and contributions, among others, by Alan Schrift and
Jacob Golomb and a review essay on Joachim Koehler's Nietzsche's
Secret by Paul Miklowitz together with a wide range of book
Published March 2008.
order to keep rates at their current level, the journal has reduced
publication by binding two issues together and sometimes doubling two
double-size, double bound, biannual editions. Note that we have
not reduced either the size or the scope of the journal (indeed: the
managed to cause a certain amount of technical trouble as it topped the
mailing scales at over a pound). This publication
frequency will be modified whenever possible and we are actively
seeking new sources of revenue and new individual and institutional
subscriptions. Scholarly benefactors keen on Nietzsche
in particular and on philosophical thinking in general, please take
STUDIES Volume Five, Nos. 3/4 and Volume Six: Numbers 1/2 (Winter
2003 and Spring 2004).
Dedicated to the memory
of Dominique Janicaud.
Includes essays on Ecology,
Dynamics, Chaos, Nature, Friends, Anthropology and featuring a
special selection of Earl
R. Nitschke's Nietzsche Postcards.
NEW NIETZSCHE STUDIES
Volume Five: Numbers 1/2 (Spring/Summer 2002). Includes essays on Ecology and
Nature, as well as a special section directed to Nietzsche
and Kant (and Neo-Kantianism), in addition to an extensive range
of scholarly book reviews. This
issue was dedicated to the memory of Hans-Georg Gadamer: 1900-2002.
THE SECOND DOUBLE-ISSUE
OF THE SPECIAL CENTENNIAL VOLUMES — NEW NIETZSCHE STUDIES Vol. Four, 3/4 (2000-2001) — thematizes Nietzsche and the Death
of God(s) , including essays on theology, theodicy, religion,
justice, etc., and also features a first time English publication
of an essay by Gottfried Benn <originally aired in as a radio
transmission in 1950>.
The first of the special
anniversary of Nietzsche's death in 1900: Volume Four 1/2
(2000), Nietzsche, Philology, Antiquity 1872-2000, New Nietzsche Studies Volume
4:1/2 Summer/Fall 2000
features a first-time English translation
vonWillamowitz-Möllendorff's devastating review of Nietzsche's Birth
Tragedy (first published in German in 1872).
NIETZSCHE STUDIES, INDEX: 1996-2004
Future themes include:
Nietzsche and Kant
Still more on
nature, life, Zarathustra
Nietzsche and Poetry/Art,
Nietzsche and Music,
. . . et cetera . . .
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and the end result yields Teddy Adorno's favorite mountain critters,
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itself was founded in 1978, New Nietzsche Studies, the
society journal was conceptualized in 1995 and first published
The first issue, New Nietzsche Studies Volume
1:1/2, Fall/Winter 1996 thematized Nietzsche
and Music and featured a critical discussion of the debates
on the Will to Power along with a concordance
to the Kaufmann / Hollingdale translation of The Will to
Power and both hard and softcover (paperback) versions
of Nietzsche's collected works in the Walter de Gruyter edition.
Subsequent issues featured
such themes as [New Nietzsche Studies 2:1/2 Fall/Winter 1997] Nietzsche
and Politics, — including Nietzsche and Habermas — [New Nietzsche Studies
2:3/4 Summer 1998] "Foucault and Montaigne and Nietzsche
Education, etc. Other issues included Heidegger's
of Nietzsche and Zarathustra: Persian Morality and Utopianism
[New Nietzsche Studies
3:1/2 Winter 1999], and Art and Science: Causality and the
together with Vanity, Value, and Reading Scholars [New Nietzsche Studies 3:3/4
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