All right, said Fred

January 13, 1995

Just because he declared that God is dead and was the initiator of the post-modern period does not justify The THES ("Finding one's own Nietzche" Letters, January 6) adopting the psuedo-metaphysical high ground which gives you the right to change the spelling of NIETZSCHE.

NB. His first name was Fred.

Geoff Heath Division of social science School of Education and Social Science University of Derby Mickleover

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