Table of contents for Nietzsche, godfather of fascism? : on the uses and abuses of a philosophy / edited by Jacob Golomb and Robert S. Wistrich.


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Counter Acknowledgments ix
A Note on Sources and List of Abbreviations xi
Contributors xiii
Introduction by Jacob Golomb and Robert S. Wistrich 1
PART ONE:IN THEORY
1. How to De-Nazify Nietzsche 's Philosophical
Anthropology? by Jacob Golomb 19
2. Misinterpretation as the Author 's Responsibility (Nietzsche's fascism, for instance) by Berel Lang 47
3. Experiences with Nietzsche by Wolfgang Muller-Lauter 66
4. Nietzsche and "Hitler" by Alexander Nehamas 90
5. Nietzsche and the Jews by Menahem Brinker 107
6. Nietzsche contra Wagner on the Jews by Yirmiyahu Yovel 126
7. Between the Cross and the Swastika: A Nietzschean Perspective by Robert S. Wistrich 144
PART TWO:IN PRACTICE
8. Ecce Caesar: Nietzsche 's Imperial Aspirations by Daniel W. Conway 173
9. A Question of Responsibility:Nietzsche with Hölderlin at War, 1914-1946 by Stanley Corngold and Geoffrey Waite 196
10. The Elisabeth Legend: The Cleansing of Nietzsche and the Sullying of His Sister by Robert C. Holub 215
11. Nietzsche, Mussolini, and Italian Fascism by Mario Sznajder 235
12. Nietzsche and the Fascist Dimension: The Case of Ernst Junger by David Ohana 263
13. A Godfather Too:Nazism as a Nietzschean Experiment by Kurt Rudolf Fischer 291
14. Critique as Apologetics: Nolte's Interpretation of Nietzsche by Roderick Stackelberg 301
Works of Nietzsche Cited 321
Select Bibliography 323
Index 333


Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: Nietzsche, Friedrich Wilhelm, 1844-1900, National socialism and philosophy, Fascism