. . . Convincingly reveals the positive political core of Nietzsche's work and successfully moves it beyond his own epch, highlighting its relevance for the twenty-first century.-Mike McConnell
Lemm's important contribution lies in complicating Nietzsche's political theory, in distinguishing between a politics of civilization and of culture.-Jeffrey Church
Vanessa Lemm's Nietzsche's Animal Philosophy is an important contribution to the debate about the animality of human life. Deeply scholarly and rigorous, Lemm's book points to the centrality of the animal in Nietzsche and will be an important resource for those seeking to understand the breadth and passion of Nietzsche's writings on life, art, and creativity.-Roger Berkowitz
About the Author
is Full Professor in Philosophy at the School of Humanities of the University of New South Wales in Sydney. She is also full professor and recurrent visiting professor at the Institute of Humanities at the Diego Portales University in Santiago de Chile. Last year she taught as a DAAD guest professor at the Institute of Philosophy at the University of Potsdam, Germany.