First German-Language Nietzsche Research Center Opens

The University of Freiburg has opened the Nietzsche Research Center, which it says is “the first in the German-speaking region and combines specialist knowledge from the fields of philosophy, philology, theology, law and medicine.”

Curt Stoeving, “Friedrich Nietzsche”

Andreas Urs Sommer, professor of philosophy at Freiburg, is directing the center.

press release from the university says, “The goal of the center is to go beyond the well-trodden paths in casting light on the life, work and thinking of Nietzsche. This includes the indexing of Nietzsche’s wide-ranging reading matter, as well as a digital-genetic edition and commentary on Nietzsche’s immense legacy.”

There’s more information here.

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