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    A matter of taste: Nietzsche and the structure of affective response
    Inquiry: An Interdisciplinary Journal of Philosophy 63 (1): 85-103. 2020.
    ABSTRACTNietzsche’s work is filled with references to taste. He frequently expresses his own judgements of taste and criticizes or praises individuals and groups on account of their taste. Some recent attempts to account for Nietzsche’s understanding of taste argue that Nietzsche understands affective response, when guided by good taste, as being appropriate to, or merited by, the intrinsic features of the object. This is in direct contrast to anti-realist accounts of Nietzsche’s taste, accordin…Read more