The Birth of Tragic Thought, by Friedrich Nietzsche
- A Micro-Intertextual Approach to Ancient Thought: The Case of the Torpedo Fish from Plato to Galen, by Valérie Cordonier
- Tragic Differing: The Law of the One and the Law of Contraries in Parmenides, by Reiner Schürmann
- On Plato’s Philosophy of Numbers and Its Mathematical and Philosophical Significance, by Vittorio Hösle
- Nemesis, by Ronna Burger
- Preface to Special Issue on Nietzsche, by Wayne Klein
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