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Navigation tabs appear in the upper portion of your screen. Use them to return to these instructions, to move from one essay to the next, to return to the hypertext opening page, or to enter the Core course web site.

Each of the three essay tabs features excerpted text from On the Genealogy of Morals. Each essay excerpt may contain links to:

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  • related passages in the same work []
  • related passages in other works by Nietzsche []
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The text being explained will appear in boldface, while the color-coded button [, , , or ] will link to the explanatory material. Some passages may have more than one link attached to them, meaning explanatory material can be found in multiple sources. For ease of use, the key to the color-coded buttons appears in the tabbed navigational portion of each essay.

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