"Solomon and Higgins have put together a survival kit for those intending an expedition into Nietzsche territory, a refresher course for those who have been there, a map of the danger spots, and an encyclopedia of the main wonders. A valuable book."
— Arthur C. Danto, Johnsonian Professor of Philosophy Emeritus, Columbia University
"Here is the thread of Ariadne that will lead you through the labryinth of Nietzsche’s philosophy."
— Sam Keen, author of Learning to Fly
"Like all aphoristic thinkers, Nietzsche seems often to contradict himself. Being not only a philosopher but also an artist, he is not easy to understand — hence many misunderstandings and prejudices. This book recontructs the true Nietzsche, who often — as a skeptic — Nietzsche himself has deconstructed."
— John-François Revel, coauthor of The Monk and the Philosopher