Andrea Gatti on the evolution of his appreciation for Nietzsche

This month we are celebrating the birthday of German philosopher Friedrich Nietzsche, and as part of this some of our authors and Editorial Advisory Board members will be posting short articles on their debt to Nietzsche, and on his relevance to contemporary debates. Starting off our month of celebrations is Dr Andrea Gatti. Andrea teaches Aesthetics at the University of Ferrara, Italy, having graduated in Philosophy from the University of Bologna, Italy. He took his PhD in the history of modern and contemporary art at the University of Fribourg, Switzerland, and his research activities are principally oriented in the domain of eighteenth century philosophy and aesthetics. Here, he reflects on his difficult early relationship with Nietzsche, and explains how he came to acknowledge his greatness as a thinker. You can read more about Andrea here. Continue reading

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