[Autom. eng. transl.] In the maze of Nietzsche's interpretations one comes across both apologies that enhance his aristocratic individualism and in complaints that relegate him among crazy or dangerous thinkers, in theoreticalisms that eradicate his sentences from the ground in which they originate as well as in vulgate that reduce him a theorist of the death of God, nihilism and the superman. But the Nietzschean text seems to speak differently, in need of other types of reading. While criticizing and demolishing everything that passes before him, Nietzsche outlines the somatic traits of modern Western civilization, offering us a cross-section of an era: the image of the "outdated" destroyer and that of the witness of his time are inextricably intertwined in him. Culture and society, work and leisure, flock and collective logic, market and places of coexistence, newspapers: his polemical gaze gives us a direct testimony of the kaleidoscopic daily life of modern man. A phenomenological counterpoint that crosses his philosophy and that, enhanced, will give shape to a new face of Nietzsche - observer of the city of men, phenomenologist of everyday life.
|Translated title of the contribution||[Autom. eng. transl.] Nietzsche. Daily phenomenologist|
|Number of pages||244|
|Publication status||Published - 2013|