A Life of Nietzsche Turns the Spotlight on an Idol Long Misunderstood – New York Times


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A Life of Nietzsche Turns the Spotlight on an Idol Long Misunderstood
New York Times
Under the watch of his sister, Elisabeth, handmaiden to Hitler, this philosopher who deplored German nationalism (“Deutschland, Deutschland über alles, that is the end of German philosophy”) and anti-Semitism (“I will have all anti-Semites shot”) was

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