All posthumous fragments now published in the Digital Critical Edition
Nietzsche Source, November 2009
Nietzsche Source is delighted to announce the publication of the complete posthumous fragments of Nietzsche in the Digital critical edition, based on the critical text established by Colli/Montinari and including recent philological corrections.
Furthermore, 20 new notebooks have been added to the Digital facsimile edition of the Nietzsche estate, bringing the total to almost 10,000 published manuscript pages.
Both editions have stable URLs allowing each fragment or manuscript page to be cited individually.
For the generous support we would like to thank the European Commission, the Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique, the Maison Franšaise d'Oxford, the Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft, the Humboldt Foundation, the LMU Munich, and the Foundation of Weimar Classics (see all institutions and sponsors).
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News posted by: Paolo D'Iorio