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“There is no possible compromise between Hegel and Nietzsche” --Nietzsche and Philosophy, Gilles Deleuze [...]

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Nietzsche and Philosophy (Nietzsche et la philosophie) is a 1962 book by philosopher Gilles Deleuze. Its publication marked a significant turn in 20th-century French philosophy, which had to that point not considered Friedrich Nietzsche a serious philosopher. Nietzsche and Philosophy was the first French work to treat Nietzsche's philosophy as systematic and coherent, raising questions that would become central in Nietzsche studies and French post-structuralism generally. Within Nietzsche scholarship, the book was notable for giving serious consideration to the concepts of the will to power and the eternal return.

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