Spurs, Nietzsche's Styles  

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Spurs, Nietzsche's Styles (1978) is a work by Jacques Derrida.

The book is based on the lecture Derrida gave at the Nietzsche aujourd'hui colloquium at the Centre culturel international de Cerisy-la-Salle in 1972 on Nietzsche ('La question du style').

Excerpt:

He was, he dreaded this castrated woman.
He was, he dreaded this castrating woman.
He was, he loved this affirming woman.

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