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The twilight of the idols : or, how to philosophise with the hammer ; the anti-Christ : notes to Zarathustra, and eternal recurrence

  title={The twilight of the idols : or, how to philosophise with the hammer ; the anti-Christ : notes to Zarathustra, and eternal recurrence},
  author={F. Nietzsche and A. Ludovici}
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  • P. Hawkins
  • Philosophy
  • PMLA/Publications of the Modern Language Association of America
  • 2006
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