A Critical Directory of Useful and Usable Nietzsche-related Sites
To my best knowledge the sites below are accessible, have no thinly veiled subscription requirements, and have accurately presented what they claim to present.
Many of the “comprehensive” pages out there lead to nonexistent sites or to sites which have various access requirements. Or else they have obtrusive ads.
NEW YORK PUBLIC LIBRARY — COMPREHENSIVE AND USABLE NIETZCHE SURVEY
STANFORD — NIETZSCHE BIOGRAPHICAL SURVEY AND LINKS
FRIEDRICH NIETZCHE — BRIEF INTRODUCTION AND BIBLIOGRAPHY
THE INFLUENCE OF NIETZSCHE
SELECTED NIETZSCHE BIBLIOGRAPHY – UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS
STUDENT NIETZSCHE BIBLIOGRAPHY
NIETZSCHE BIBLIOGRAPHY INCLUDING CORRESPONDENCE
GRINNELL COLLEGE — EXTENSIVE LIST OF ARTICLES IN ENGLISH
ONLINE TEXTS IN ENGLISH BY NIETZSCHE:
Homer and Classical Philology
Thoughts Out of Season Part One
ONLINE TEXTS IN ENGLISH ABOUT NIETZSCHE:
Nietzsche and The Machine — Derrida Interview Excerpt
Nietzsche by Paul Elmer More
OTHER LINKS OF INTEREST:
Duncan Large How To Philosophize with a Ploughshare
Glenn W. Most , On the use and abuse of ancient Greece for life
THE FRIEDRICH NIETZSCHE SOCIETY
Nietzsche as Critic and Captive of Enlightenment
Nietzsche: The Ethics of an Immoralist
The Life of Jesus Critically Examined by D. F. Strauss
Here we have Strauss in English online — a work in progress.
Strauss was apparently so vilified in his own time that when hired to teach in Zurich, he was pensioned before his term even began.
What interests me here is the animosity displayed in Nietzsche’s work on Strauss. And what I have generally assumed to be Nietzsche’s own latent or repressed need to arrive at a relationship with Jesus.
It is also interesting in this context to speculate on the extent of N’s reading of Dostoevsky.