Talk:Nietzsche and Philosophy
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This is a one sentence article about the existence of a book. The fact that a book exists does not belong in an encyclopedia. Article needs to say something about the book and/or its author.--Levalley (talk) 00:00, 2 April 2009 (UTC)LeValley
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- To state that Nietzsche was not considered a serious philosopher in France before that book is simply false and not even Deleuze says so. Bachelard and Camus to name only two among the most famous authors (and not among obscure scholars), had already written most seriously about his work. Hence the quotation marks (a mild understatement) and the plural (one of the...) So undoing your revert concerning this is absolutely necessary (unless you prefer to leave something unfactual rather than true, I mean, but I trust you not to do so).
- Also : a new line after the first sentence was rather better than a compact paragraph, the words "in general" seemed to me more accurate than "generally" in the sentence (try to read it carefully in both versions and tell me if I am wrong), and the link to system seemed useful. Please consider undoing your edit concerning also those detailed items if you agree with that.
- As for the change from N. scholarship to N. studies, you are right, but I see no other part in the edit that needed be reverted, honestly. Best,--Hérisson de Cloche 07:28, 9 June 2012 (UTC)