Nietzsche has recently enjoyed much scrutiny from thenouveaux critiques. Jacques Derrida, the leader of that movement, here combines in his strikingly original and incisive fashion questions of sexuality, politics, writing, judgment, procreation, death, and even the weather into a far-reaching analysis of the challenges bequeathed to the modern world by Nietzsche. Spurs, then, is aptly titled, for Derrida's "deconstructions" of Nietzsche's meanings will surely act as spurs to further thought and controversy. This dual-language edition offers the English-speaking reader who has some knowledge of French an opportunity to examine the stylistic virtuosity of Derrida's writing--of particular significance for his analysis of "the question of style."Derrida, Jacques is the author of 'Spurs Nietzsche's Style Eperons Les Styles De Nietzsche', published 1981 under ISBN 9780226143330 and ISBN 0226143333.