Nietzsche, Decadence, and Regeneration in France, 1891-95

  title={Nietzsche, Decadence, and Regeneration in France, 1891-95},
  author={Christopher E. Forth},
  journal={Journal of the History of Ideas},
  • C. Forth
  • Published 1993
  • Psychology
  • Journal of the History of Ideas
Among the numerous topics covered in the 1912 survey, Lesjeunes gens d'aujourd'hui, certain statements regarding the role ofthe philosopher Friedrich Nietzsche in French intellectual life merit attention. Conducted by the French nationalists Henri Massis and Alfred de Tarde (writing under the pseudonym "Agathon"), this enquete alleged that the intellectual generation of 1912 was at profound odds with the previous generation of 1890: whereas their elders escaped from reality into subjective… 
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  • History
  • 1899
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Henri Albert's translations for the Mercure de France from 1898 to 1914 were: Ainsi parlait Zarathoustra
  • Le Crepuscule des idoles
  • 1898
Wagner and Wagnerian Ideas in Russia Wagnerism in European Culture and PoliticsNietzsche in Russia, 1892- 1919: A Chronological Checklist
  • Rosenthal, Nietzsche in Russia, 357. 17 Genevieve Bianquis, Nietzsche en France
  • 1877
Wagner et 1'opinion contemporaine
  • La Revue musicale
De la vertu qui rapetisse
  • tr. S. Brandeis and Hugues Rebell, L'Ermitage
AndrS Billy notes that Albert had obtained the permission of Elisabeth FOrster-Nietzsche to proceed with his translations
  • Cf. Billy
118; translations appearing here are from Friedrich Nietzsche, The Case ofWagner in Basic Writings ofNietzsche, tr
  • La Socidtd nouvelle
Henri Albert's translations for the Mercure de France from 1898 to 1914 were: Ainsi parlait Zarathoustra (1898), Le Crepuscule des idoles
  • Le Cas Wagner
De l'homme sup&ieure
    Sur une traduction collective des oeuvres de Nietzsche
    • L'Ermitage