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The Journal of Nietzsche Studies

Jessica Berry, Editor

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The Journal of Nietzsche Studies

Jessica Berry, Editor

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The Journal of Nietzsche Studies has become indispensable reading for all those who take Nietzsche seriously. It publishes the best work in continental and Anglo-American thought. In my experience every issue contains more than one article that forces one to reevaluate judgments that had been thought firm. —Tracy Strong, University of California, San Diego

The Journal of Nietzsche Studies is an international, peer-reviewed journal dedicated to publishing the best philosophical research about and related to the philosophy of Friedrich Nietzsche. The journal welcomes submissions that explore Nietzsche's relevance to contemporary philosophical problems, as well as those deploying, and contributing to, the latest philological resources. The journal does not normally publish poetry or other creative works. Originally founded in 1992 as the journal of the Friedrich Nietzsche Society (UK), the journal is now owned by Penn State University Press, and supported by Hunter College of the City University of New York, its editorial home.

Editor
Jessica Berry, Georgia State University

Associate Editors
Scott Jenkins, University of Kansas
Paul Katsafanas, Boston University

Review Editors
Tom Bailey, John Cabot University, Italy
Matthew Meyer, University of Scranton, U.S.A.

Editorial Board
Christa Davis Acampora, Hunter College and The Graduate Center of the City University of New York
R. Lanier Anderson, Stanford University
Keith Ansell-Pearson, University of Warwick, U.K.
Maudemarie Clark, University of California, Riverside, U.S.A.
Daniel Conway, Texas A&M, U.S.A.
Ken Gemes, Birbeck College, University of London and Southampton University, U.K.
Lawrence Hatab, Old Dominion University, U.S.A.
Kathleen Marie Higgins, University of Texas, Austin, U.S.A.
Christopher Janaway, Southampton University, U.K.
Brian Leiter, University of Chicago, U.S.A.
Paul S. Loeb, University of Puget Sound, U.S.A.
Alexander Nehamas, Princeton University, U.S.A.
David Owen, Southampton University, U.K.
Graham Parkes, University College Cork, Ireland
John Richardson, New York University, U.S.A.
Richard Schacht, University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign, U.S.A.
Alan Schrift, Grinnell College, U.S.A.
Gary Shapiro, University of Richmond, U.S.A.
Werner Stegmaier, University of Greifswald, Germany
Paul van Tongeren, Radboud University, Nijmegen, The Netherlands
Gianni Vattimo, University of Turin, Italy

Manuscripts intended for consideration should be electronically processed, double-spaced, with endnotes and a list of works cited. Manuscripts should not exceed 30 pages in length and should be prepared for blind review (i.e. the author's name and institutional affiliation should not appear in the manuscript). Electronic submission are preferred and should be uploaded to http://www.editorialmanager.com/jns/.

Abbreviations and Citations of Friedrich Nietzsche's Works

The same citation format is utilized throughout the journal. References to Nietzsche's texts are given in the body of the articles. References to Nietzsche's unpublished writings are standardized, whenever possible, to refer to the most accessible edition of Nietzsche's notebooks and publications, Kritische Studienausgabe (KSA), compiled under the general editorship of Giorgio Colli and Mazzino Montinari. References to the edition of letters, Sämtliche Briefe: Kritische Studienausgabe, are cited as KSB.

Roman numerals denote the volume number of a set of collected works or standard subdivision within a single work, and Arabic numerals denote the relevant section number. In cases in which Nietzsche's prefaces are cited, the letter P is used followed by the relevant section number, where applicable. When a section is too long for the section number alone to be useful, the page number of the relevant translation is also provided. In the cases in which the Kritische Gesamtausgabe (KGW) and KSA are cited, references provide the volume number (and part for KGW) followed by the relevant fragment number and any relevant aphorism (e.g., KSA 10:12[1].37, p. 1 refers to volume 10, fragment 12[1], aphorism 37, page 1).

The following abbreviations are used for citations of Nietzsche's writings:

A = The Antichrist

AOM = Assorted Opinions and Maxims

BGE = Beyond Good and Evil

BT = The Birth of Tragedy

CW = The Case of Wagner

D = Daybreak/Dawn

DD = Dionysian Dithyrambs

DS = "David Strauss, the Confessor and the Writer"

EH = Ecce Homo (sections abbreviated "Wise," "Clever," "Books," "Destiny;" abbreviations for titles discussed in "Books" are indicated instead of "Books" where relevant)

FEI = "On the Future of Our Educational Institutions"

GM = On the Genealogy of Morality/Morals

GOA = Nietzsches Werke (Grossoktavausgabe)

GS = The Gay Science

GSt = "The Greek State"

HC = "Homer's Contest"

HCP = "Homer and Classical Philology"

HH = Human, All Too Human

HL = "On the Use and Disadvantage of History for Life"

IM = "Idylls from Messina"

KGB = Briefwechsel: Kritische Gesamtausgabe

KGW = Kritische Gesamtausgabe

KSA = Kritische Studienausgabe

KSB = Sämtliche Briefe: Kritische Studienausgabe

LR = "Lectures on Rhetoric"

MA = Nietzsches Gesammelte Werke (Musarionausgabe)

NCW = Nietzsche Contra Wagner

PN = Portable Nietzsche

PPP = Pre-Platonic Philosophers

PT = Philosophy and Truth

PTAG = Philosophy in the Tragic Age of the Greeks

RWB = Richard Wagner in Bayreuth

SE = "Schopenhauer as Educator"

TI = Twilight of the Idols (sections abbreviated "Maxims," "Socrates," "Reason," "World," "Morality," "Errors," "Improvers," "Germans," "Skirmishes," "Ancients," "Hammer")

TL = "On Truth and Lies in an Extra-Moral Sense"

UM = Untimely Meditations (when referenced as a whole)

WP = The Will to Power

WPh = "We Philologists"

WS = The Wanderer and His Shadow

Z = Thus Spoke Zarathustra (references to Z list the part number and chapter title followed by the relevant section number when applicable: Z:III "On Old and New Tablets" 1)

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