Nietzsche: Looking right, reading left

  title={Nietzsche: Looking right, reading left},
  author={Babette Babich},
  journal={Educational Philosophy and Theory},
  • Babette Babich
  • Published 2020
  • Philosophy
  • Educational Philosophy and Theory
The far right appropriates a Nietzsche invented out of its own fantasies, likewise the left in its critique of these appropriations, battles a projection cobbled in response to that of the far righ... 


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