Advisory Editors: Timothy Stoll (Birkbeck, University of London), Rachel Cristy (Kings College London)
Over the past few decades interest in Nietzsche’s philosophy has risen dramatically within the anglophone world. In particular, Nietzsche’s contributions to ethics, moral psychology, as well as his views on epistemology and philosophical methodology, have received increased attention from philosophers working broadly within the analytic tradition. The present volume welcomes contributions on these topics, as well as other major aspects of Nietzsche’s thought, including (but not limited to) aesthetics, culture, religion, and self-creation. Papers should aim for scholarly rigour as well as accessibility to a wide philosophical readership. To be considered for inclusion, submissions should be around 8,000 words, and be sent as a Word or PDF file by email to Timothy Stoll [firstname.lastname@example.org].
Deadline for initial submissions is 31 May 2023.
R. Lanier Anderson (Stanford University)
Rachel Cristy (Kings College London)
Christopher Janaway (University of Southampton)
Gudrun von Tevenar (Birkbeck, University of London)