Foucault's Nietzsche

I've been trying for awhile, but with no luck, to track down a passage in
Foucault. It runs something like this: "Marx and Freud exist in the
nineteenth-century like fish in water. Nietzsche, however, is our

I had thought that it was in the final section of The Order of Things, but
I can't seem to find it there. Any help would be greatly appreciated.

Christoph Cox


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