“Welcome to the perspectives of Nietzsche, the best organized collection of Nietzsche quotes on the internet. The quotes are organized by category, essential to truly understand what Nietzsche meant, and unlike some other sites that organize them by book or by no criteria at all.”
“To create an intellectual and artistic community whereby individuals of Geist and vision may come together and explore Nietzsche’s philosophy, developing ways in which it can explode like a dancing star and be transfigured. It is our purpose to invoke and embrace the notion of gaya scienza, carrying the Dionysian spirit into contemporary society to enact necessary transformations, and, in whatever manner possible, transform culture.”
The Agonist is an electronic journal dedicated to the investigation of Nietzsche’s works and his influences on contemporary culture in different fields such as arts, philosophy, religion, and science, to name only a few. In the spirit of his philosophical pursuit, the journal publishes essays within Nietzsche scholarship and beyond academia. The journal also examines Nietzsche’s relationship to figures from previous ages, as we have done in one of our issues entitled “Nietzsche in History.” Furthermore, Nietzsche continues to inspire many artistic, cultural, and intellectual movements.
We explore his influences on such movements with authors who work in these areas, as we have done in the issue on Nietzsche and Trans- and Post-humanism. In addition to essays and book reviews, we also publish interviews and exegeses. We publish only previously unpublished materials. The Agonist is an international journal, which is read all over the world. We have readers from China to Chile. The fact that it is electronic and is free makes it accessible to a wide range of readership. However, the journal is possible only through the support we receive from members and readers. If you believe in the mission of this journal, we kindly ask you to support us through the website of the Nietzsche Circle, which hosts the journal.
“Nietzsche Source is a web site devoted to the publication of scholarly content on the work and life of Friedrich Nietzsche, under the editorial and scholarly direction of Paolo D’Iorio.”
“The Nietzsche Channel, used by individuals and a wide variety of universities and educational institutions, began in March 1999 — the good old days, when Google was still in beta, and Facebook had yet to infect the world.”
“The Friedrich Nietzsche Society (FNS) was founded in 1990. Its aim is to promote the study of the life, work and influence of Friedrich Nietzsche. FNS currently has around 200 members worldwide, and welcomes new members with an interest in Nietzsche, whether professional or private. The Society’s activities are organized around its annual and biennial conference“.