Nietzsche, Godfather of Fascism? On the Uses and Abuses of a Philosophy

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A NOTE ON SOURCES AND LIST OF ABBREVIATIONS

For the convenience of readers, most of the contributors have, wherever possible, followed the most accessible English-language translations and editions of Nietzsche's major works—those by Walter Kaufmann and R. J. Hollingdale (for details see the section “Works of Nietzsche Cited” at the end of this volume). All quotations from Nietzsche's writings are given within the text and identified by the use of the acronyms of their English titles, followed by Arabic numbers referring to the paragraphs or sections in which the passages appear. Where appropriate, Roman numerals are used to indicate the parts of the works in which they are to be found. Citations from his other works and letters are based on the texts as they appear in the Colli-Montinari Kritische Gesamtausgabe (KGA), or Kritische Studienausgabe (KSA), and Sämtliche Briefe: Kri- tische Studienausgabe (KGB) unless otherwise noted.

AThe Antichrist
BGEBeyond Good and Evil
BTThe Birth of Tragedy
CWThe Case of Wagner
DDaybreak
EHEcce Homo
GMOn the Genealogy of Morals
GSThe Gay Science
HHHuman, All Too Human
NCWNietzsche contra Wagner
TITwilight of the Idols
UMUntimely Meditations
WPThe Will to Power
ZThus Spoke Zarathustra

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