Nietzsche, Skepticism, and Eternal Recurrence
Taylor & Francis
Some Nietzsche scholars, like Wilcox and Kaufmann, think that for Nietzsche there are truths and that knowledge of them is possible.1 I do not think that this reading is correct. Other scholars, like Danto and Cameron, think that Nietzsche rejects the possibility of truth. In my opinion they are correct, but they also think that this rejection gives rise to serious difficulties in Nietzsche's thought.2 I think that Nietzsche was aware of these difficulties, consciously sought to get around them, and that his most bizarre doctrines, if understood correctly, succeed in do- ing so.
Kain, P. J. "Nietzsche, Skepticism, and Eternal Recurrence," Canadian Journal of Philosophy, 13 (1983): 365-87.