Citations of Nietzsche's works

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jgweed
 
Reply Thu 11 Sep, 2008 11:31 am
It might be useful to adopt Kaufmann's abbreviations for citations since they are not dependent on paginations, and one can cite by numbered section. This has the benefit of general use in the secondary literature:

GT: Birth of Tragedy
U: Untimely Meditations
MA: Human, All-too-Human
S: The Wanderer and his Shadow
M: The Dawn
FW: The Gay Science
Z: Also Spoke Zarathustra
J: Beyond Good and Evil
GM: Genealogy of Morals
W: The Case Wagner
G: Twilight of the Gods
A: The Antichrist
EH: Ecce Homo
NCW: Nietzsche Contra Wagner
WP: The Will to Power
 
Grimlock
 
Reply Thu 11 Sep, 2008 12:58 pm
@jgweed,
Thanks for your work in setting up a forum to discuss everyone's favorite syphillitic Teuton. I agree with you that adopting Kaufmann's system makes the most sense. Any attempt at a rational discussion of Nietzsche in English owes a lot to that dude.
 
 

 
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