This issue includes four papers originally presented to the North American Nietzsche Society at group sessions of the April 2007 Central Division Meeting of the American Philosophical Association in Chicago. The program committee selected these papers by blind review from among responses to its annual call for papers. In Session I, chaired by Jacqueline Scott (Loyola University Chicago), Morgan Rempel, now Associate Professor at the University of Southern Mississippi, presented a reading of Daybreak 72, and Bryan Finken, currently teaching at the University of Colorado at Denver, presented his examination of a peculiar type of genetic fallacy against which Nietzsche struggles, especially in his earlier published works. Session II was chaired by Robert Gooding-Williams (University of Chicago) and included new work by Mark P. Jenkins (University of Washington-Tacoma) on Nietzsche and pessimism and Anthony K. Jensen (Lehman College, CUNY) on the concept of Anschauung in Nietzsche's early writings.

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