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Friedrich Nietzsche held France in high esteem throughout his life. France was at the same time the country in which he allowed himself to believe to be understood. Nietzsche and France surveys a multitude of diverse encounters distinguished by their interplay with one another and explores them in their historical and systematic dimensions, as well as their contemporary relevance.
Clemens Pornschlegel, Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München; Martin Stingelin, Universität Dortmund.
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