Professor G. W. L. Marshall-Hall's dismissal from the University of Melbourne in 1900 has been explained in terms of prudery, despite being sparked by his views on militarism. This article explores the international intellectual influences of Nietzsche and his editor, the Social Darwinist writer Alexander Tille, on Marshall-Hall. This article reveals that Tille influenced Marshal-Hall's misreading of Nietzsche to associate Nietzsche with militarism. Marshall-Hall rejected this Tille-influenced...[Show more]
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