No, you're right to question this. Usually people put an excerpt in quotes if they didn't write it.
Edit: video editing and soundtrack by John Brady. Posted here by jnbradi. Seems like a fair chance it's the same person. If so, they should probably be saying that.
Edit 2: and after further creeping, this person has low comment karma and high post karma. All they do is go around different philosophy subreddits posting the stuff John Brady writes for epoche
Creepy. Actually the stuff that anyone writes for Epoche. I'm one of the editors and content creators. The karma ratio is more a function of how successful a very few of the articles have been (for example, the present one, which just happens to have been a piece I did; ordinarily my articles, writing on Freud, Bergson and Deleuze don't attract so much attention).
I'm happy this piece has stimulated interest in and discussion of Nietzsche's metaphysics here and elsewhere. That was the goal in creating it in the first place.
I shouldn't be judgemental, and sorry for creeping but I like internet investigations. Just my two cents: across different subreddits I visit there are a number of people posting their own stuff. I think being open about it is most effective. You can build a relationship with the audience that way. With that said, I think it's a cool website and the stuff you've posted is well done.
Thanks. Yeah, the only problem is reddit seems geared towards anonymity, and limited, engaged discussions of content (esp. here on /r/phil where the numbers are so large that 'society' is a better metaphor than 'community'). That being said, I have had some great extended discussions here. I just can't say with who. For example, your username is quite familiar, I feel we've either had an exchange, or I've read something that you've written that made me nod emphatically.