THE HUMAN ANIMAL NACH NIETZSCHE re-reading zarathustra's interspecies community

  title={THE HUMAN ANIMAL NACH NIETZSCHE re-reading zarathustra's interspecies community},
  author={Nathan Snaza},
  pages={100 - 81}
  • Nathan Snaza
  • Published 1 December 2013
  • Art, Psychology
  • Angelaki
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