Reading Nietzsche: Internet Review

Coming Soon: A Vast Desert

Instead of pulling my Nietzsche anthology out of my desk drawer at work this week, I decided to stay in internet land and see if I could find anyone as obsessed with Nietzsche as I am. And, of course, there are thousands just like me, many of whom have their own websites. Here’s a brief review of some of the fancier ones:

The Nietzsche Channel

I’m not sure how The Nietzsche Channel is a channel, but it does list references to and portrayals of the iconoclastic German philosopher in films, music, and other media, complete with summaries and reviews. The site also has a catalog of lectures, correspondence, and notebooks, and—probably the best part—a chronological gallery of photographs with captions. Visit the shop to buy your own copies of obscure essays (it’s what Nietzsche would want you to do).

Nietzsche’s Typewriter

Here’s a page all about Nietzsche’s typewriter, a…

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