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    • The Jester and the Sage: Twain and Nietzsche 

      Brahm, G. N.; Robinson, F. G. (University of California Press, 2005)
      Though Mark Twain and Friedrich Nietzsche were aware of each other, they never met and there is no evidence of influence in either direction. Yet the similarities in their thought are strikingly numerous and close. They ...
    • Putting genealogy into perspective : for a genealogical critique of design and designers 

      Kurtgözü, Aren Emre (Bilkent University, 2001)
      In this work, genealogy, as a form of historical critique inaugurated by Friedrich Nietzsche and later taken up, refined and consolidated by Michel Foucault, has been extensively studied. Since Foucault was responsible ...