Archive Credits


We would like to thank all contributors to this project for their kind permission to use their pages, (Pages originally redesigned for Project Unicorn)

You have the opportunity to search the entire 'Nietzsche's Features' website for any term you think
is in the archive. This search function turns the project into a great reference and study tool.
To return to this archive after the search, hit the 'back' button on your browser

If you'd like to study Nietzsche's texts offline, you can now download this entire website in one zip file, see the 'About' page for more on that.

Human All Too Human, Beyond Good And Evil

By:           Scanned and Archived at Nietzsche's Features
Date:         HTML creation date : sep 2000- march 2001
Distribution: INTERNAL : http://turn.to/nietzsche
Formats:      HTML
Bookmark:   http://turn.to/nietzsche

The Dawn, The AntiChrist,

By:           Scanned and Archived by Paul Douglas at Nietzsche's Labyrinth
Date:         HTML creation date : unknown
Distribution: EXTERNAL : http://www.macromind.org/maps/nz/index.html
Formats:      HTML
Bookmark:     http://www.macromind.org/maps/nz/index.html
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The Will To Power , Book I & Book III , The Birth of Tragedy ...

Needed some extensive re-editing especially book III was obviously
a 'raw' scan... OCR Quirks have been removed and text cleaned up,
has been split up from 2 HTML files into 4 as well, due to the size,
redesigned and added to the project. Added QuickJump Index for
faster navigation and easier referencing.

By:           HTML by Edward Maupin
Date:         Part I & Part III November 13, 1998
Distribution: EXTERNAL : http://www.edmaupin.com/Somatic/nietzsche_downloads.htm
Formats:      HTML
Bookmark:     http://www.edmaupin.com/Somatic/nietzsche_downloads.htm
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Twilight of Idols, Ecce Homo, The Gay Science 

By:           Jack Miller @ the Pirate Nietzsche Page
Date:         HTML creation date : unknown
Distribution: EXTERNAL : http://www.cwu.edu/~millerj/nietzsche/index.html
Formats:      HTML
Bookmark:     http://www.cwu.edu/~millerj/nietzsche/index.html
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Thus spake Zarathustra 

The Masterpiece that has given it's author a place in history, although there still is
discussion whether that's supposed to be philosophical or poetical history..
We took the available Gutenberg Project text, turned it into 'An HTML for everyone and no one' and split it up, chapter by chapter.
Written in 1891 and translated in English (this version) by Thomas Common

By:           Thomas Common (translation) available at The Gutenberg Project
Date:         HTML creation date : 07 September 1999
Distribution: EXTERNAL : http://www.promo.net/pg/
Formats:      Text
Bookmark:     http://www.usc.edu/dept/annenberg/thomas/nietzsche.html
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On the Use and Abuse of History for Life

translated by Ian C. Johnston Liberal Studies Department Malaspina University-College Nanaimo, British Columbia V9R 5S5 September 1998

By:           Ian C.  Johnston
Date:         HTML creation date : unknown
Distribution: EXTERNAL : http://www.mala.bc.ca/~johnstoi/Nietzsche/history.htm
Formats:      HTML
Bookmark:     http://www.mala.bc.ca/~johnstoi/Nietzsche/history.htm
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The Nietzsche Links page

originally compiled by Matthew David MacPherson, edited and redesigned.

By:           Matthew David MacPherson @ The Nietzsche Center
Date:         HTML creation date : unknown
Distribution: EXTERNAL : http://www.rpi.edu/~macphm/Nietzsche/link.htm.
Formats:      HTML
Bookmark:     http://www.rpi.edu/~macphm/Nietzsche/link.htm.
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On The Genealogy of Morals (excerpts), Schopenhauer as Educator, The Will To Power ( excerpts Book II & IV)

By:           gersimon  @ The Nietzsche Channel
Date:         HTML creation date : unknown
Distribution: EXTERNAL : http://www.geocities.com/thenietzschechannel/
Formats:      HTML
Bookmark:  http://www.geocities.com/thenietzschechannel/   
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Most of the Nietzsche works included here come from these sources

Jack Miller
Paul Douglas
Ed Maupin
Douglas Thomas

All pages were (re)designed, converted to XHTML and where necessary edited
(corrected, mostly scanner cleanups) by Holtof Donné ,
for WebbTide Design, which has recently been renamed to holtof.com.
He also did the 'Thus Spake Zarathustra',
'Human All Too Human' and 'Beyond Good & Evil' XHTML versions.

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