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Re: Nietzsche translations?

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  • Mary
    Thanks, Al. Just a little taste of Ian Johnston s on-line translation is enough to see it s a good place to begin. I already know I won t be sharing what it
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      Thanks, Al. Just a little taste of Ian Johnston's on-line translation is enough to see it's a good place to begin. I already know I won't be sharing what it will mean to me :)

      Mary

      --- In existlist@yahoogroups.com, "Al" <hurlyburly21grams@...> wrote:
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      > Mary, perhaps some of the best stylistic writing and direct impact
      > measured essays with focus and development of concentrated thought and
      > word play rather than bits and peices is Kaufmans translation of "On the
      > Genealogy of Morals" one of the best books i've read, re-read,
      > disected, studied, re-read, and just about got memorized. It took me a
      > couple of reads to breakthrough to my own personal message, but, to me,
      > it's a book to end all books. hah
      >
      >
      > --- In existlist@yahoogroups.com, "Mary" <mary.josie59@> wrote:
      > >
      > > Any recommendations for excellent translations of Nietzsche's texts
      > and why? I think perhaps it is time for me to discover some things for
      > myself. Mary
      > >
      >
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