Tag Archives: Friedrich Nietzsche

Readers and (their) writers

Nietzsche once remarked (paraphrasing) that if one cannot find true companionship among the living then one should seek it from the dead – in books. To pick up a book is to begin a journey of an unknown duration and unforeseen destination. It is to embark with a number of travel mates, some of whom […]

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Roots: The spirit of self-pubbing

This spring I got a new position and accordingly my family moved to the south of the country but Tokyo still is, and will likely remain, very dear to my heart. The city really is something. And so this past weekend I was quite pleased to be there again for a conference. On my way […]

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