"Intelligent and illuminating.... A valuable resource for Nietzsche scholars. There are ample rewards in terms of intelligent and discerning exposition of difficult passages, lucid placing of themes and arguments in historical context, and a rich and sympathetic appreciation of Nietzsche's style, bot as a therapeutic tool and for the the philosophical assumption that underlie it."--Brian Leiter, Notre Dame Philosophical Reviews
"A superb study.... Janaway consistently offers fresh insights and nuanced observations about the text, its structure, the motives behind its composition, its arguments and its philosophical methods, or rather, tactics."--Taylor Carman, Times Literary Supplement
About the Author
Christopher Janaway is Professor of Philosophy at the University of Southampton.