Brian Leiter is Karl N. Llewellyn Professor of Jurisprudence and Director of the Center for Law, Philosophy, & Human Values at the University of Chicago. He works on a variety of topics in moral, political, and legal philosophy. His current Nietzsche-related work concerns Nietzsche's theory of agency and its intersection with recent work in empirical psychology; Nietzsche's arguments for moral skepticism; and the role of naturalism in Nietzsche's philosophy.
I just wondered if you would recommend any of the translations of Nietzsche's work that are available for free? Especially the ones on Gutenberg project...
p.s.: free education needs good translations!
Lagerfeld has a publishing company 'L7', who prints limited edition items where considerations of presentation are high on the agenda. High price, high status, yadda yadda. For instance, I have a wooden crate from L7 containing the first 10 years of Andy Warhol's (ed.) Interview magazine. Of course, upon having purchased this item, I was transformed into an Pop Art expert. Undoubtedly, "Nietzsche's Nietzsche" will do the same for me with regards to European philosophy; as it will for all my middle class, middle age friends.
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