Abstract

This paper argues there are crucial points in Nietzsche's texts where he offers a priori epistemic justification for views he believes are correct, contrasting with the dominant view that Nietzsche's philosophical naturalism is incompatible with a priori justification. My aim is to develop Nietzsche's brand of a priori justification, show that he employs this account of justification in the texts, and suggest how it might be compatible with naturalism.

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