C. Zaltieri, Il divenire della Bildung in Nietzsche e Spinoza, Mimesis, Milano 2013. Un volume di pp. 281.

Translated title of the contribution: [Autom. eng. transl.] C. Zaltieri, The becoming of the Bildung in Nietzsche and Spinoza, Mimesis, Milan 2013. A volume of pp. 281.

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Abstract

[Autom. eng. transl.] The becoming of the Bildung in Nietzsche and Spinoza is a penetrating theoretical essay on Spinoza and, through it, on the philosophy of education. It supports a precise thesis on the practice of human shaping and elevation, interpreting it as an "anthropopaidetic path of liberation". For both authors, the transits and affective events, which register the effects of encounters and experiences in the sensory of the body, essentially intervene in the training, however, although they are uncertain, they do not exclude at all an assiduous autopaidetic practice, on the contrary. There is no transformation, refinement and self-elevation without work on the self, without a continuous and varied exercise of dressage on one's own subjectivity. However, according to the author, who points out this aspect as the most interesting difference to highlight, Nietzsche remains a prisoner of an "aristocratic training model in the society of mass culture", while Spinoza becomes "bearer of a concept of radical beyond-individual singularity" .
Translated title of the contribution[Autom. eng. transl.] C. Zaltieri, The becoming of the Bildung in Nietzsche and Spinoza, Mimesis, Milan 2013. A volume of pp. 281.
Original languageItalian
Pages (from-to)722-725
Number of pages4
JournalRIVISTA DI FILOSOFIA NEOSCOLASTICA
VolumeCVII
Publication statusPublished - 2015

Keywords

  • corpo
  • formazione
  • liberazione
  • transindividuale

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