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,,Ich lasse eben alle Antisemiten erschiessen…" Über die Hintergründe für Nietzsches spätes Bekenntnis zum exterminatorischen Anti-Antisemitismus

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Recent studies, such as the one by Thomas Mittmann, have drawn new attention to Nietzsche's position towards anti-Semitism. In this context, the following article will delineate a few main ideas on this topic and strive to define Nietzsche's early anti-Semitism more clearly and with regard to the factors that influenced it. The same will be done for Nietzsche's late anti-anti-Semitism, which culminated in his ominous statement: "Just now I am having all anti-Semites shot."


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