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-{{Template}}'''Walter Arnold Kaufmann''' ([[July 1]], [[1921]] - [[September 4]], [[1980]] [[Princeton, New Jersey]]) was an American [[philosopher]], translator, and [[poet]]. A prolific author, he wrote extensively on a broad range of subjects, such as [[authenticity]] and [[death]], [[moral philosophy]] and [[existentialism]], [[theism]] and [[atheism]], [[Christianity]] and [[Judaism]], and philosophy and literature. +{{Template}}
 +'''Walter Arnold Kaufmann''' ([[July 1]], [[1921]] - [[September 4]], [[1980]] [[Princeton, New Jersey]]) was an American [[philosopher]], translator, and [[poet]]. A prolific author, he wrote extensively on a broad range of subjects, such as [[authenticity]] and [[death]], [[moral philosophy]] and [[existentialism]], [[theism]] and [[atheism]], [[Christianity]] and [[Judaism]], and philosophy and literature.
He is particularly renowned as a scholar and translator of [[Friedrich Nietzsche|Nietzsche]]. Kaufmann's clear, witty English was quite unlike the writings of many of the theologians and philosophers whom he discussed. He is particularly renowned as a scholar and translator of [[Friedrich Nietzsche|Nietzsche]]. Kaufmann's clear, witty English was quite unlike the writings of many of the theologians and philosophers whom he discussed.
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Walter Arnold Kaufmann (July 1, 1921 - September 4, 1980 Princeton, New Jersey) was an American philosopher, translator, and poet. A prolific author, he wrote extensively on a broad range of subjects, such as authenticity and death, moral philosophy and existentialism, theism and atheism, Christianity and Judaism, and philosophy and literature.

He is particularly renowned as a scholar and translator of Nietzsche. Kaufmann's clear, witty English was quite unlike the writings of many of the theologians and philosophers whom he discussed.



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