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Nietzsche, Feminism and Political Theory Paperback – July 30, 1993

ISBN-13: 978-0415082563 ISBN-10: 0415082560

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The book offers solid scholarship in support of its aims It is a judiciously-chosen sampling of scholarship that does not lose sight of Nietzsche's 'masks of coarseness and...brutality' while welcoming a new awareness of 'subtle features of his thought' that contribute constructively to feminism and political theory.
New Nietzsche Studies

Nietzsche, Feminism and Political Theory is a provocative collection of essays which revolves around teh intersection of Nietzsche with modern philosophy so-called postmodern readings of Nietzsche, and questions about the feminine, feminism and power..
–International Studies in Philosophy, 1997

An important contribution to scholarship on the relationship between Nietzsche's writings and feminist and political theory . . . This collection contains a broad range of exciting essays that are sure to be influential across disciplinary boundaries. I am especially excited by the incisive work on the relationship between feminism and Nietzsche studies.
–Kelly Oliver, University of Texas, Austin

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