1948–49 "Nietzsche's Admiration for Socrates" in Journal of the History of Ideas, Vol. IX, 4, Oct. 1948, pp. 472–491.
1949–50 "Goethe and the History of Ideas" in Journal of the History of Ideas, Vol. X, 4, Oct. 1949, pp. 503–516.
"Goethe's Faith and Faust's Redemption" in Monatshefte, Vol. XLI, 7, Nov. 1949, pp. 365–375.
1951–52 "The Hegel Myth and Its Method" in The Philosophical Review, Vol. LX, 4, Oct. 1951, pp. 459–486.
1952–53 "Review of Goethe's Faust as a Renaissance Man: Parallels and Prototypes by Harold Jantz in The Journal of Philosophy, Vol. XLIX, 11, May. 22, 1952, pp. 401–403.
Review of Nietzsche and Christian Ethics by R. Motson Thompson in The Philosophical Review, Vol. LXI, 4, Oct. 1952, pp. 595–599.
1954–55 "Hegel's Early Antitheological Phase" in The Philosophical Review Vol. LXIII, 1, Jan., 1954, pp. 3–18.
"Existentialism Tamed," a review of The Existentialist Revolt by Kurt F. Reinhardt, The Existentialists by James Collins, and The Mind of Kierkegaard by James Collins in The Kenyon Review, Vol. XVI, 3, Summer 1954. pp. 486–490.
Review of Plato's Modern Enemies and the Theory of Natural Law by John Wild in The Western Political Quarterly, Vol. VII. 2, Jun. 1954, pp. 302–303.
1955–56 Review of My Sister and I [Allegedly] by Friedrich Nietzsche in The Philosophical Review Vol. LXIV, 1, Jan. 1955. pp. 152–153.
Review of In Defense of Plato by Ronald B. Levinson in The Journal of Politics Vol. XVII, 1, Feb. 1955. pp.126–128.
"Art, Tradition, and Truth" in Partisan Review, Vol. XXII, 1, Winter 1955, pp. 9–28.
"Toynbee and Superhistory" in Partisan Review, Vol. XXII, 4, Fall 1955, pp. 531–541. Reprinted in Toynbee and History: Critical Essays and Reviews, ed. Ashley Montagu, 1956.
"Nietzsche and Rilke" in The Kenyon Review, Vol. XVII, 1, Winter 1955. pp. 1–22.
1956–57 "Kierkegaard" in The Kenyon Review, Vol. XVIII, 2, Spring 1956. pp. 182–211.
"Hegel: Legende und Wirklichkeit" in Zeitschrift für philosophische Forschung, Vol. X, 2, Apr. - Jun., 1956. pp. 191–226.
1957–58 "Jaspers' Relation to Nietzsche," in The Philosophy of Karl Jaspers, ed. Paul Schilpps, New York, Tudor, 1957, pp. 407–436.
"German Thought Today" in The Kenyon Review, Vol. XIX, 1, Winter 1957. pp. 15–30.
1958–59 Review of Friedrich Nietzsche: Werke in Drei Bänden by Karl Schlechta; and The Tragic Philosopher: A Study of Friedrich Nietzsche by F. A. Lea in The Philosophical Review Vol. LXVII, 2, Apr. 1958. pp. 274–276.
1959–60 "The Faith of a Heretic" in Harper's Magazine, February 1959. pp. 33–39. [Letters, Voices]
"Existentialism and Death" in Chicago Review, Vol. XIII, 2, Summer 1959, pp. 75–93. Reprinted with revision in Existentialism, Religion, and Death 1976.
1960–61 "Existentialism and Death," in The Meaning of Death, ed. Herman Feifel, McGraw-Hill, New York 1960.
Preface, "Europe and the Jews," in Thy Brother's Blood (first published as The Foot of Pride) by Malcolm Hay, New York City, Hart Publishing Company, 1960, pp. xxxv-xli.
Review of The Literature of Possibility: A Study in Humanistic Existentialism by Hazel Barnes in The American Scholar, Vol. XXIX, 3, Summer 1960, p. 420.
Review of The Literature of Possibility: A Study in Humanistic Existentialism by Hazel Barnes in Ethics, Vol. LXX, 4, Jul. 1960, p. 332–333.
"Freud and the Tragic Virtues" in The American Scholar, Vol. XXIX, 4, Autumn 1960. pp. 469–481. [Reply to Martin ten Hoor]
Review of Friedrich Nietzsche: Fighter for Freedom by Rudolf Steiner in Chicago Review Vol. XIV, 3, Autumn - Winter 1960, pp. 115–116.
Review of Nietzsche: Unpublished Letters by Kurt F. Leidecker in Philosophy and Phenomenological Research, Vol. XXI, 2, Dec., 1960, pp. 275–276.
1961–62 Review of Hegel: A Re-examination by J. N. Findlay in Mind, Vol. LXX 278, Apr. 1961, pp. 264–269.
1962–63 "The Parry" in The Christian Century, January 31, 1962.
Review of The Lyrical Existentialists by Thomas Hanna, in The New York Times Book Review, March 11, 1962.
"A Heretic's Sacraments" in The American Scholar, Vol. XXXI, 3, Summer 1962. pp. 382–383.
"The Temptation" in Harper's Magazine, September, 1962, p. 95.
Twenty German Poets: A Bilingual Collection. Edited, translated and introduced / Random House, New York 1962. pp. xiv, 306.
Cain and Other Poems. Doubleday & Co., Garden City, New York 1962, pp. 190.
"The Present Age: 1962"; Introduction to Soren Kierkegaard's The Present Age and Of the Difference between a Genius and an Apostle. Harper Torchbooks, Harper & Row, Evanston 1962. pp. 7–29.
"Ethics and Business: A Philosopher's View" in Ethics and Business: Three Lectures by Kenneth E. Boulding, Carl Herman Voss, and Walter A. Kaufmann. The Pennsylvania State University, College of Business Administration 1962. pp. 35–54
"Goethe and the History of Ideas" in Idea in Cultural Perspective, edited by Philip P. Wiener and Aaron Noland. Rutgers University Press 1962. pp. 269–282. (Reprinted from Journal of the History of Ideas, vol. X, 1949).
Goethe's Faust: A New Translation and Introduction. Anchor Books, Doubleday & Co., Garden City, New York 1962. pp. 503. (Paperback reprint of book originally published in 1961).
The Faith of a Heretic. Anchor Books, Doubleday & Co., Garden City, New York 1963. pp. xii, 415. (Paperback reprint of book originally published in 1961).
"Buber's religiös Bedeutung" in Martin Buber, ed. Paul Arthur Schilpp & Maurice Friedman. W. Kohlhammer Verlag. Stuttgart 1963. pp. 571–588.
"The Faith of a Heretic" in Logic and Rhetoric by James William Johnson, The Macmillan Co., New York 1962, pp. 553–564.
"The Faith of a Heretic" in American Ideas, Source Readings in the Intellectual History of the United States, Vol. II, pp. 347–355; ed. G. N. Grob and Robert N. Beck. Free Press 1963.
Articles on Existentialism, Heidegger, Husserl, Jaspers, Kierkegaard, Nietzsche, Sartre. Grolier Encyclopedia.
Articles on Jaspers, Heidegger. Chamber's Encyclopedia.
1963–64 "God, Ambiguity, and Religion" from Critique of Religion and Philosophy (sections 48, 50, and 78) in Donald Walhout's Interpreting Religion, Prentice-Hall 1963, pp. 162–171.
Translations of two poems in Let's Face It: Poems by Erich Kästner, ed. Patrick Bridgwater, Jonathan Cape, London 1963, pp. 67f. and 106f.*
Translations of two poems by Goethe and Kästner in Erotic Poetry, ed. William Cole, Foreword by Stephen Spender, Random House 1963, pp. 142f and 452f.*
Het Geloof Van Een Ketter (Dutch translation of The Faith of a Heretic), H. J. Paris, Amsterdam 1963, 347 pp.
Review of Literature, Philosophy, and the Social Sciences: Essays in Existentialism and Phenomenology by Maurice Natanson in Social Research, Vol. XXX, 2, Summer 1963, pp. 273–275.
* Reprinted from his Twenty German Poets.
1964–65 Review of The House, the City, and the Judge: The Growth of Moral Awareness in the Oresteia by Richard Kuhns in The Journal of Philosophy, Vol. LXI, 9, Apr. 23, 1964, pp. 280–285.
Hegel: Reinterpretation, Texts, and Commentary. Garden City: Doubleday and Co., 1965. 499 pp.
Der Glaube eines Ketzers (German translations of The Faith of a Heretic), Munich: Szczesny Verlag. 1965. 431 pp.
Religion from Tolstoy to Camus: Enlarged Edition. New York and Evanston: Harper Torchbooks. 1964. x, 479 pp.
"The Fall: November 22, 1963" in Of Poetry and Power: Poems occasioned by the Death of John F. Kennedy, ed. Erwin A. Glikes and Paul Schwaber. New York: Basic Books. 1964. pp. 94–96. [Notes]
Questions in Philosophical Interrogations: Interrogations of Martin Buber, 111 Paul Tillich, ed. Sydney and Beatrice Rome. New York, Chicago, San Francisco: Holt, Rinehart and Winston. 1964. pp. 16f. and 386.
"Ketzerei in der Erziehung" in Club Voltaire: Jahrbuch für Kritische Aufklärung II, ed. Gerhard Szczesny. Munich: Szczesny Verlag. 1965. pp. 303–314.
"Nietzsche in the Light of his Suppressed Manuscripts" in Journal of the History of Philosophy (II. 2), Oct. 1964, pp. 205–25. [Reply by Henry Walter Brann]
"Nietzsche Between Homer and Sartre: Five Treatments of the Orestes Story" in Revud Internationale de Philosophie (67.1) 1964, pp. 50–73.
Four Poems in University, vol. 19 (Winter 1963–64), p. 21.
Co-author: "The Quest for Jewish Values" (a symposium) in Jewish Heritage,Spring 1965, pp. 21–34.
1965–66 Review of Situations by Jean-Paul Sartre, tr. Benita Eisler, and The Philosophy of Jean-Paul Sartre, ed. Robert Denoon Cumming, in The New York Times Book Review, May 2, 1965.
Review of Nietzsche: An Introduction to the Understanding of His Philosophical Activity by Karl Jasper in Saturday Review, May. 22, 1965, pp. 86–88.
Review: Goethe, His Life and Times, by Richard Friedenthal, in The New York Times Book Review, August 8, 1965.
Review: Young Nietzsche and The Wagnerian Experience, by Frederick R. Love in Journal of the History of Philosophy. Vol. III. 2, October 1965, pp. 284–86.
Religion und Philosophie, Szczesny Verlag, Munich 1966, pp. 490.
"Literature and Reality" in Art & Philosophy: A Symposium, edited by Sidney Hook. New York University Press, 1966. pp. 250–61.
(with others) "Conversation on Germany" in American Judaism, Vol. XV. 1 (Fall 1965), pp. 12–13, 55–6.
"A Proposal for Faculty Forums" in University, No. 28, Spring 1966, pp. 35–7.
"A Brief Reply" in Journal of the History of Ideas, Vol. XXVII. 2, April–June 1966, pp. 308–10.
1966–67 Beyond Good and Evil, by Friedrich Nietzsche, translated with Commentary, New York, Random House, Vintage Books, 1966 pp. xix, 256.
Thus Spoke Zarathustra, by Friedrich Nietzsche, translated with Commentary, New York, The Viking Press, 1966, pp. xxii, 327. First separated ed.; originally in The Portable Nietzsche, 1954.
The Birth of Tragedy and The Case of Wagner, by Friedrich Nietzsche, translated with Commentary, New York, Random House, Vintage Books, 1967, pp. 223.
The Will to Power, by Friedrich Nietzsche, translated with R. J. Hollingdale and edited with commentary, New York, Random House, 1967, pp. xxxii, 576.
Hegel: A Reinterpretation, New York, Doubleday Anchor Books, 1966, pp. xxvii, 405. Paperback reprint in 2 vols. of 1965 book: Vol. I.
Hegel: Texts and Commentary, New York, Doubleday Anchor Books, 1966, pp. xi, 132. Paperback reprint in 2 vols. of 1965 book: Vol. II.
"Educational Development from the Point of View of a Normative Philosophy", in Philosophy and Educational Development, ed. George Barnett, Boston, Houghton Mifflin, 1966, pp. 23–45. Also preprinted in Harvard Educational Review, Summer 1966 (XXXVI.3) pp. 247–64.
"Buber's Religious Significance" in The Philosophy of Martin Buber, ed. P. A. Schilpp and M. Friedman, La Salle, Illinois., Open Court, and London, Cambridge University Press, 1967, pp. 665–85. [Buber's reply]
"Friedrich Nietzsche" in The Encyclopedia of Philosophy, ed. Paul Edwards, New York, The Macmillan Co. and The Free Press, 1967, Vol. 5, pp. 504–14.
"A Proposal for Faculty Forums" in AGB Reports (Association of Governing Boards of Universities and Colleges), Dec. 1966 (IX.3), pp. 5–11. Reprinted from University, Spring 1966.
Review of The Philosophy of Hegel by G. R. G. Mure in The Philosophical Quarterly, Jan. 1967 (XVII.66) p. 72.
Review of: From Hegel to Nietzsche: The Revolution in Nineteenth-Century Thought by Karl Löwith, translated from the German by David E. Green, in Union Seminary Quarterly Review, Volume XXI, No. 2, Part 2, January 1966, pp. 266–67.
1967–68 On the Genealogy of Morals and Ecce Homo, by Friedrich Nietzsche, translated (the former work jointly with R. J. Hollingdale, the latter alone) and edited with intro. & Commentary, New York, Random House, Vintage Books, 1967, pp. viii, 367.
Review of Hegel's Phenomenology: Dialogues on the Life of Mind by J. Loewenberg in The Philosophical Review, July 1967, Volume LXXVI, No. 3, pp. 389–92.
"Desert-born god" and "Judgement" (two poems) in Explorations: An Annual on Jewish Themes, ed. Murray Mindlin with Chaim Bermant, London, Barrie & Rockliff, 1967, pp. 302–303.
Contribution to Authors Take Sides on Vietnam: Two Questions on the War in Vietnam Answered by the Authors of Several Nations, ed. Cecil Woolf and John Bagguley, New York, Simon and Schuster, 1967, p. 44.
Review of William James: A Biography by Gay Wilson Allen in Saturday Review, Aug. 12, 1967, pp. 31–32.
"The Faith of a Heretic" reprinted in Using Prose: Readings for College Composition, Second Edition, by Donald W. Lee and William T. Moynihan, New York, Dodd, Mead, 1967, pp. 481–95; also in The Search for Self: A Freshman Reader by Jacqueline Major, New York, Macmillan, 1968, pp. 425–34.
Philosophic Classics, Second Edition, (extensively revised), 2 vols., Englewood Cliffs, Prentice Hall, 1968: Thales to Ockham, pp. xii, 564, and Bacon to Kant, pp. xii, 500.
Hegel, Spanish translation of book originally published in English in 1965 (without Chapters 7–9), Madrid, Alianza Editorial, El Libro de Bolsillo, 1968, pp. 453.
"On Lavater's Song of a Christian to Christ" (verse translation of a Goethe poem reprinted in Eight Lines and Under: An Anthology of Short Short Poems, ed. William Cole, New York, Macmillan, 1967, p. 53.
Selections from The Portable Nietzsche (translated and edited, 1954) reprinted in Toward a New Christianity: Readings in the Death of God Theology, ed. Thomas J. J. Altizer, New York, Harcourt, Brace and World, 1967, pp. 83–90; in Democracy and Elitism: Two Essays with Selected Readings, ed. Harry K. Girvetz, New York, Scribner's, 1967, pp. 253–63; in Readings for Liberal Education, ed. Louis G. Locke, et. al., New York, Holt, Rinehart and Winston, Fifth Edition, 1967, pp. 661–65; and in other textbooks.
Review of Philosophy is for Everyman by Karl Jasper, Introduction to the New Existentialism by Colin Wilson, and Sartre, rev. ed., by Alfred Stern, in The New York Times Book Review, July 30, 1967, pp. 6 and 31.
1968–69 Tragedy and Philosophy. Garden City, N.Y. Doubleday, 1968. Pp. xvii, 388.
Nietzsche: Philosopher, Psychologist, Antichrist: Third Edition – Revised and Enlarged. New York, Random House, Vintage Books Giant, 1968, and hardcover edition, Princeton University Press, 1969. Pp. xviii, 524. (The revision is very extensive, and about 100 pp. have been added.)
Basic Writings of Nietzsche: Translated and Edited, with Commentaries. New York, Random House, Modern Library Giant, 1968. Pp. xv, 845. (Five complete works – The Birth of Tragedy, Beyond Good and Evil, On the Genealogy of Morals, The Case of Wagner, and Ecce Homo – as well as seventy-five aphorisms from five other volumes, excerpts from Nietzsche's correspondence about The Case of Wagner, and variants from Nietzsche's drafts for Ecco Homo.
The Will to Power by Friedrich Nietzsche: Translated with R. J. Hollingdale and edited, with commentary, with facsimiles of the original manuscript. New York, Random House, Vintage Books Giant, 1968. Also London, Weidenfeld & Nicolson, 1968. Pp. xxxii, 576, and 8 plates.
Truth, Language, and Experience. Edited with (Japanese) Notes, by Kenkichi Kamijima. Kyoto, Japan, Apollon-sha, 1968. Pp. iii, 89. (Chapter III of Kaufmann's Critique of Religion and Philosophy, 1958.)
Hegel. Spanish translation by Victor Sanchez de Zavala. Madrid, Alianza Editorial, El Libro de Bolsillo, 1968. Pp. 453. (Translation of Hegel, without Chapters 7–9.)
Foreword in Frau Lou: Nietzsche's Wayward Disciple by Rudolph Binion. Princeton University Press, 1968. Pp. v–vii.
"The Reception of Existentialism in the United States" in Midway, Summer 1968 (IX.1). Pp. 97–126.
"Nietzsche: Four Unpublished Letters" in Encounter, October 1968 (XXXI.4). Pp. 3–8.
"Unbekannte Nietzsche Briefe" in Der Monat, December 1968 (243). Pp. 14–19.
"Dialectic" and "Dialogue" and "Irrationalism" in Encyclopedia Americana, 1969.
On Hermann Hesse in The Washington Post Book World, July 14, 1968. P. 6.
"An Uncanny World" (from The Faith of a Heretic, 1961) in The Dimension of Job: A Study and Selected Readings, Presented by Nahum N. Glatzer, New York Schocken Books, 1969, pp. 237–45.
A passage from Existentialism from Dostoevsky to Sartre (1956) in Twentieth Century Interpretations of The Castle: A Collection of Critical Essays, ed. Peter F. Neumeyer, Englewood Cliffs, N.J., Prentice-Hall, 1969, p. 108.
"Final Scene from Goethe's 'Faust' " (from Goethe's Faust: A New Translation, 1961) in Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra, January 24 and 25, 1969: Mahler, Symphony No. 8, pp. 400–404, 413–414, 418–24.
Contribution in 20 Years Later: The Impact of Israel on American Jewry: A Symposium Sponsored by the American Histadrut Cultural Exchange Institute, New York, 1969, pp. 49–54.
1969–70 Tragedy and Philosophy, Doubleday Anchor Books ed., 1969, pp. xx, 460.
Hegel's Political Philosophy, ed. by Walter Kaufmann, N.Y., Atherton Press 1970, 1979 pp. hardcover and paperback. I contributed Introduction (pp. 1–9, 35 notes, and the final essay (pp. 137–171).
Foreword in An Introduction to Hegel's Metaphysics by Ivan Soll, Chicago and London, The University of Chicago Press, 1969, pp. ix-xii.
"The Riddle of Oedipus: Tragedy and Philosophy" in The Isenberg Memorial Lecture Series 1965–66: Hempel, Quine, Urmson, Hamshire, Aiken, Wild, Gurewtich, Lauer, Kaufmann, The Michigan State University Press 1969, pp. 193–232.
"Nietzsche as Scapegoat" in Encounter, July 1969, (Vol. XXXIII, no. 1) pp. 47–50.
"On the Nature of Jewish Identity" The Jerusalem Post Magazine, August 1, 1969, pp. 6–7.
"Zur Wesensart der jüdischen Identität" in Emuna, IV.5: October 1969, 345–49.
"The Future of Jewish Identity" and contributions to discussion of "Transmitting the Jewish Heritage in Israel and the United States" in Congressional bi-Weekly, April 3, 1970 (vol. 37.5) pp. 20–21, 23–24, 31–35, 38–40, 43, 48–49.
"Black and White", in Survey, Autum 1969 (no. 73) pp. 22–46.
"Beyond Black and White" Midway, Winter 1970, vol. 10, Number 3, pp. 49–70.
"On Dualistic Thinking – from Mani to the New Left" in University: A Princeton Quarterly, Spring 1970, no. 44, pp. 3–6, 30–34 (abridged from "Beyond Black and White")
"Al di la del bianco e nero" in Estremismo E Radicalismo ed. Riccardo Campa (Edizioni della Nuova Antologia, Arnold Mondadori, Milano, 1969) pp. 3–43.
"The Origin of Justice" in The Review of Metaphysics, December 1969 (vol. XXIII, no. 2) pp. 209–39.
"The Reception of Existentialism in the United States" in Salmagundi, Fall 1969–Winter 1970, No. 10–11, pp. 69–96.
"The Faith of a Heretic" reprinted in Counterpoint: Dialogue for the 70s, ed. Conn McAuliffe, J. B. Lippincott Co., Phila., New York, Toronto 1970, pp. 341–49 (incl. study questions on 348–49) also: Instructor's Manual for Counterpoint, same.
"Death" reprinted from Cain and Other Poems in Archives of the Foundation of Thanatology, October 1969 (Vol. 1, no. 3) p. 108.
Review of Selected Letters of Friedrich Nietzsche, ed. and tr. Christopher Middleton, in N.Y. Times Book Review, Nov. 30, 1969.
1970–71 Cain and Other Poems: Enlarged Edition, Including More Satirical Verse, A Light-Hearted Guide to Some Classics and Taboo. New York, Random House, Vintage Books, 1971, pp. 228.
I and Thou, by Martin Buber: A New Translation With a Prologue "I and You", (pp.7–48) and Notes. New York, Charles Scribner's Sons, 1970, pp. 185. Hardcover and paperback eds. Also Edinburgh, T. & T. Clark, 1970, pp. 185. Hardcover only.
Alienation by Richard Schacht with an Introductory Essay (on "The Inevitability of Alienation," pp. xiii–lvi) by Walter Kaufmann. Garden City, New York, Doubleday, 1970.
"A Plea for Socrates' Heritage (A Response to Charles Frankel)" and "Doubts about Justice" in Ethics and Social Justice, Vol. 4 of Contemporary Philosophical Thought: The International Philosophy Year Conferences at Brockport, ed. Howard Kiefer and Milton Munitz. Albany, State University of New York Press, 1970, pp. 16–20 and 52–74.
"Doubts about Justice" also in Social Responsibility in an Age of Revolution, ed. Louis Finkelstein. New York, The Jewish Theological Seminary of America, 1971, pp. 95–127.
"The Faith of a Heretic" reprinted in Ideas in America, ed. Gerald N. Grob and Robert N. Beck. New York, The Free Press, 1970, pp. 423–30.
"Hegel's Ideas about Tragedy" in New Studies in Hegel's Philosophy, ed. Warren E. Steinkraus. New York, Holt Rinehart & Winston, 1971, pp. 201–20. Adapted from my book, Tragedy and Philosophy, 1968.
"Sartre as a Playwright: The Flies and Dirty Hands" in Sartre: A Collection of Critical Essays, ed. Mary Warnock, Modern Studies in Philosophy. Garden City, New York, Doubleday Anchor Books, 1971, pp. 244–59. Adapted from my book, Tragedy and Philosophy, 1968.
From Shakespeare to Existentialism: A New Edition, with Additions. Freeport, New York, Books for Libraries Press, 1971. hardcover reissue of Anchor Books edition as the original hardcover edition had gone out of print.
1971–72 "The Hegel Myth and Its Method" and "The Young Hegel and Religion" in Hegel: A Collection of Critical Essays, ed. Alasdair MacIntyre. (Reprinted from my From Shakespeare to Existentialism). Doubleday Anchor Books. Garden City, N.Y. 1972. pp. 21–99.
"What is Honesty" in The Way It Is: Readings in Contemporary Prose, ed. Donald A. Hughes. Holt, Rinehard and Winston. New York, 1970. pp. 19–26. (Reprinted from my The Faith of a Heretic).
"The Future of Jewish Identity" in New Theology No. 9, ed. Martin Marty and D. Peerman. (Reprinted from Conservative Judaism). Macmillan. New York 1972. pp. 41–58.
"Riflession e poesia" in Nuova Antologia #2041: Gennaio 1971. (Adapted from Chapter 14 in my From Shakespeare to Existentialism). p. 16–30.
Selection from my From Shakespeare to Existentialism in Law, Language, and Ethics; An Introduction to Law and Legal Method, ed. William R. Bishin and Christopher D. Stone. The Foundation Press, Mineola, New York 1972. pp. 931–35.
Translations of poems by Goethe, Hofmannsthal, Kästner, and Morgenstern (from my Twenty German Poets) in Teutonic Literature in English Translation, ed. J. Miller, R. O'Neal, and H. McDonnell. Scott Foresman, Glenville, Ill. 1970. pp. 91, 156–57, 170–71, 213.
"On Dualistic Thinking" in Tle Six: Options for the 1970s, ed. Louis G. Locke, William M. Gibson, George Arms, and George Petty. (Reprinted, abridged, from Survey: A Journal of Soviet and East European Studies). Holt, Rinehart and Winston. New York 1972. p. 497–504.
"Nietzsche's Concept of the Will to Power" in Journal of Individual Psychology, Vol. 28, May 1972, pp. 3–11.
Review of Hegel's Political Philosophy: Problems and Perspectives by Z. A. Pelczynski in The American Political Science Review, Vol. LXVI, 3, Sep. 1972, pp. 1021–1022.
1972–73 Without Guilt and Justice: From Decidophobia to Autonomy, Peter H. Wyden (New York 1973), 274 pp.
Editor of a series of Portraits, J. B. Lippincott Co., Philadelphia and New York, 1973:
Hazel E. Barnes, Sartre, 194 pp. (editor's preface, p. 8).
William Warren Bartley III, Wittgenstein, 192 pp. (editor's preface, pp. 11–12.)
Rolf H. W. Theen, Lenin: Genesis and Development of a Revolutionary, 194 pp.(editor's preface, pp. 11–12.)
"The New Integrity", The Key Reporter, Vol. XXXVII, No. 3, Spring 1973, pp. 2–4, 8.
"Do you Crave a Life Without Choice?", in Psychology Today, April 1973, Vol. 6, No. 11, pp. 78–83.
"The Reception of Existentialism in the United States", in The Legacy of the German Refugee Intellectuals, ed. Robert Boyers, Schocken Books, New York 1972, pp. 69–96.
"The Death of God and the Revolution" and "The Discovery of the Will to Power", in Nietzsche: A Collection of Critical Essays, ed. Robert C. Solomon, Anchor Books, Doubleday, Garden City, New York, 1973, pp. 9–28 and 226–242.
"Suffering and the Bible", in Humanitas: Journal of the Institute of Man, Vol. IX, No. 1, Feb. 1973. Reprinted from the book The Faith of a Heretic.
1973/74 Books The Gay Science, with a prelude in rhymes and an appendix of songs, by Friedrich Nietzsche. Translated with Commentary. Random House, New York, 1974, pp. xviii, 396. Hard covers and paperback.
German Philosophy in Context: An exhibition of selections from The Princeton University Library, The Scheide Library and the Collection of Professor Walter Kaufmann, March 18th to May 1st, 1974. The Princeton University Library, 1974, pp. 24.
Foreword. Truth and Value in Nietzsche: A Study of His Metaethics and Epistemology by John T. Wilcox. The University of Michigan Press. 1974. pp. vii–x.
The Death of God and the Revaluation and the Discovery of The Will to Power, reprinted in Nietzsche: A Collection of Critical Essays, ed. Robert C. Solomon. Anchor Books, Doubleday, 1973, pp. 9–28 and 226–42.
Nietzsche, Friedrich, in Encyclopaedia Britannica, 15th edition, vol. 13, pp. 76–79.
On Dualistic Thinking, reprinted in abridged form in TLE Six: Options for the 1970s, ed. Louis G. Locke, et. al., Holt Rinehart & Winston, 1972, pp. 497–504.
Fifteen selections in The Human Course: Collected Thoughts for Living, ed. William Sentman Taylor and Phoebe L. S. Taylor. John Wiley & Sons. 1974. pp. 40, 73, 75, 166, 172, 368, 374, 386, 498, 503, 507, 534, 540, 575, 582.
From Shakespeare to Existentialism, reprinted in Law, Language, and Ethics: An Introduction to Law and Legal Method, ed. William R. Bishin and Christopher D. Stone, Foundation Press, 1972, pp. 931–935.
Articles Nietzsche and Existentialism, Symposium: A Quarterly Journal in Modern Foreign Literatures, vol. XXVIII. 1 (Spring 1974), pp. 7–16. Also contributions to Discussion, pp. 48, 50, 56f.
Suffering and the Bible, Reprinted in Humanities, Vol.IX.I (February 1973) pp. 97–109.
1974/75 Books NIETZSCHE: FILOSOFO, PSICOLOGO, ANTICRISTO, Sansoni, Firenze, 1974 536 pp. Italian translation of 3rd edition of Nietzsche: Philosopher, Psychologist, Antichrist.
Nietzsche: Philosopher, Psychologist, Antichrist, fourth edition, revised and enlarged, Princeton University Press, 1974, in hard and in soft covers (xviii, 532).
Cain and Other Poems, third edition: New American Library, New York 1975, 229 pp.
JENSEITS VON SCHULD UND GERECHTIGKEIT, Hoffmann & Campe, Hamburg, 1974, 207 pp. German translation of Without Guilt and Justice.
Without Guilt and Justice: From Decidophobia to Autonomy, soft cover, a Delta Book, Dell: New York, 1975, xi, 274 pp.
Twenty-Five German Poets: A Bilingual Collection, W.W. Norton, New York, 1975, xx, 325 pp.
Editor of Luther by Richard Marius. 1974. Contributed a Preface, pp. 7–10.
Editor of Ludwig Wittgenstein: Maestro di Scuola Elementare, by W.W. Bartley III. Roma, Armands Armando Editore, 1975, 203 pp. Wrote Preface, pp. 43–44.
Articles Nietzsche, The New Encyclopedia Britannica, in 30 volumes, 1974.
Foreword in Truth and Value in Nietzsche: A Study of His Metaethics and Epistemology by John Wilcox, University of Michigan Press, Ann Arbor, 1974, pp. vii–x.
Fifteen selections from Critique of Religion and Philosophy and From Shakespeare to Existentialism in The Human Course: Collected Thoughts for Living, ed. William Sentman Taylor and Phoebe L. S. Taylor, John Wiley & Sons, New York, 1974.
Lehet-e manapság tragédiat írni?, in A Drama Müvészete Ma, ed. Ungvári Tamás. Gondolat, Budapest, 1974, pp. 106–15 (Section 61 from Tragedy and Philosophy).
"Rilke: Nirvana or Creation" in The Times Literary Supplement, London, December 5, 1975.
Reviews Hegel's Theory of the Modern State by Shlomo Avineri (Cambridge University Press, Cambridge 1973), in Social Science Quarterly, December 1973 (vol. 54, no. 3), pp. 656–57.
1976 Books Religions in Four Dimensions: Existential and Aesthetic, Historical and Comparative. New York, Reader's Digest Press, 1976. 496 pp.
Existentialism, Religion, and Death: Thirteen Essays. New York, New American Library, 1976. xix, 248 pp.
"Solzhenitsyn and Autonomy" in Solzhenitsyn: A Collection of Critical Essays, ed. Kathryn Feuer. Englewood Cliffs, NJ, Prentice-Hall, 1976; pp. 154–63. (Adapted from Without Guilt and Justice, 1973, with some new material.)
"Nietzsche and the Death of Tragedy: A Critique" in Studies in Nietzsche and the Classical Tradition, ed. James C. O'Flaherty et.al., Chapel Hill, University of North Carolina Press, 1976; pp. 234–54. (Adapted from Tragedy and Philosophy, 1968, with some new material.)
"On Death and Lying" in Psychiatry and the Humanities, vol. I, ed. Joseph H. Smith, M.D., New Haven, Yale University Press, 1976; pp. 235–40.
"The Core of Religion" in Critiques of God, ed. Peter Angeles, Buffalo, Prometheus Books, 1976; pp. 127–40. (Reprinted from Critique of Religion and Philosophy, 1958.)
Articles "Coming to Terms with Hegel" in The Times Literary Supplement, London, January 2, 1976. [Reply by two TLS readers]
"An Unknown Feuerbach Autobiography" in The Times Literary Supplement, London, September 10, 1976.
1977 Articles "Criticizing Religious Beliefs" in The Humanist, March/April 1977, pp. 42–43.
"Selective Compassion" in The New York Times, September 22, 1977, Op-Ed page.
Books The Future of the Humanities, New York, Readers Digest Press, distributed by T.Y. Crowell, 1977, pp. xxi, 226.
"Jesus vis-à-vis Paul, Luther, and Schweitzer" in Jewish Expressions on Jesus: An Anthology. Ed. Trude Weiss-Rosmarin. New York, Ktav Publsihing House. 1976 (Received in 1977). pp. 368–409.
"Freiheit der Person und moralisches Gesetz: Abschlussbericht" in Zu Den Grenzen Der Freiheit: Europaisches Forum Alpbach 1976. Ed. Otto Molden. Wien-Munchen-Zurich-Innsbruck. Verlag Fritz Molden, 1977. pp. 237–42.
"The Great World Religions: A Critical Evaluation of Their Similarities and Differences." Commentary on Geoffrey Parrinder's paper. In The Search for Absolute Values: Harmony Among The Sciences. Proceedings of the Fifth International Conference of the Unity of the Sciences, November 26-28, 1976. New York, The International Cultural Foundation Press, 1977. vol. I, pp. 41–45.
"Another View on 'Revival' " in Religions in America. Ed. Herbert L. Marx, Jr. New York, The H.W. Wilson Co., 1977, pp 25–28. (The Preface to the book begins with a long quotation from my Religions in Four Dimensions.)
"Retribution and the Ethics of Punishment" in Assessing the Criminal: Restitution, Retribution, and the Legal Process. Ed. Randy E. Barnett and John Hagel III. Cambridge, Mass., Bellinger Publishing Co., 1977, pp. 211–30.
1978 Life at the Limits: Photographs and Text. Softcover, Reader's Digest Press, Distributed by McGraw-Hill, New York 1978, 160 pp.
Times is an Artist: Photographs and Text. Softcover, Reader's Digest Press, Distributed by McGraw-Hill, New York 1978, 96 pp.
What is Man? Photographs and Text. Softcover, Reader's Digest Press, Distributed by McGraw-Hill, New York, 1978, 192 pp.
Man's Lot: A Trilogy. Photographs and Text. Hardcover, Reader's Digest Press, Distributed by McGraw-Hill, New York, 1978, 448 pp.
The Faith of a Heretic. New York, etc., New American Library, 1978, xvi, 415 pp. Reprint of 1961 edition with a new preface, pp. viii–xiii.
Hegel: A Reinterpretation. Notre Dame, University of Notre Dame Press, 1978, xxvii, 404 pp. Reprint of Doubleday edition.
Tragedia y filosofiá. Barcelona, Caracas, Mexico, Seix Barral, 1978, 584 pp. Spanish translation of Tragedy and Philosophy, 1968.
"Nietzsche als der erste grosse Psychologe" in Aneignung und Umwandlung: Friedrich Nietzsche und das 19. Jahrhundert, ed. Wolfgang Müller-Lauter & Jörg Salaquarda. Nietzsche-Studien, vol. 7, 1978. Berlin, New York. Walter de Gruyter. pp. 261–75. In the same volume, contributions to the discussion pp. 19f., 22f, 25, 52f., 57, 91, 117f., 119, 120, 121, 123, 124, 128f., 151, 154, 156, 183f., 185f., 187, 229f., 231, 276, 277, 279–81, 282, 286f., 305, 333, 336, 337f.
"Group Chairman's Introductory Remarks" on "Comparative Religious Responses to Modernization" in The Search for Absolute Values in a Changing World: Proceedings of the Six International Conference on the Unity of the Sciences, Nov. 25-27, 1977, San Francisco. New York, The International Cultural Foundation Press, New York, 1978, pp. 79–80. [program]
Friedrich Nietzsche's "On Music and Words," Translated with a Preface, in Denver Quarterly, vol. 13.1, Spring 1978, pp. 16–30. Given the Denver Quarterly translation award for 1978.
"Israel: A Cycle of Poems", in Perspectives on Jews and Judaism, Essays in Honor of Wolfe Kelman, edited by Arthur A. Chiel, The Rabbinical Assembly, New York 1978, pp. 239–248.
"Is There a Kind of Knowledge Available Only Through Humanistic Studies?" in The Humanities and Public Life, edited by William L.Blizek. Pied Publications, Lincoln, Nebraska, 1978, pp. 19–32. [Introduction by W. Blizek]
1979 Tragedy and Philosophy. Reprinted with a new Preface (pp. vii-ix), both in hard and soft covers. Princeton University Press 1979. xx, 460 pp.
Foreword in Philosophy and Truth: Selections from Nietzsche's Notebooks of the Early 1870's, Translated and Edited with an Introduction and Notes by Daniel Breazeale. New Jersey: Humanities Press, Sussex: Harvester Press, 1979, pp. vii-xi.
Introduction in The Hero: A Study in Tradition, Myth, and Drama by Lord Raglan. New American Library, New York 1979, pp. ix-xvii.
"Group Chairman's Introductory Remarks" to "Death and Suicide in Contemporary Thought" in The Re-evaluation of Existing Values and The Search for Absolute Values: Proceedings of the Seventh International Conference on the Unity of the Sciences, November 24-26, 1978, Boston Massachusetts. New York, The International Cultural Foundation 1979, pp. 151–52.
"Martin Buber: Of His Failures and Triumph" in Encounter, May 1979, pp. 31–38.
Review of A Study of Nietzsche by J. P. Stern in The New Statesman, 3 August 1979, pp. 169–70.