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From the Publisher"[T]hat Zarathustra dies affirming life is the central thesis in Paul Loeb’s account of Nietzsche’s philosophical masterpiece, Thus Spoke Zarathustra. But that Zarathustra dies at all has hitherto escaped the attention of all commentators, and this is what makes Loeb’s argument so startling, so original, and so significant. ... Loeb’s knowledge of Nietzsche’s works, like his command of the vast secondary literature, is exemplary; and his intriguing argument ...will surely have a decisive influence on Nietzsche scholarship in years to come ..."
—Paul Bishop, University of Glasgow, Journal of European Studies
"Given the significance to Nietzsche’s thought of the central philosophical concepts of TSZ , the eternal recurrence and the overman, and Nietzsche’s own insistence that it contained what is essential to his philosophy, this book is a must read for Nietzsche scholars and a thought provoking text for anyone interested in Nietzsche’s ideas."
—Katrina Mitcheson, Manchester Metropolitan University, British Journal for the History of Philosophy
"Paul Loeb's book is one of the most challenging and stimulating treatments I have ever read. It will be something of a bombshell in Nietzsche studies."
—Lawrence J. Hatab, Old Dominion University, New Nietzsche Studies