Nietzsche. Tracce morali

Translated title of the contribution: [Autom. eng. transl.] Nietzsche. Moral traces

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[Autom. eng. transl.] Body, pain, fraternity and responsibility represent for Nietzsche the places of a moral crisis of western civilization. While claiming the concreteness of the body towards its derogators, Nietzsche recovers the intrinsic reason of this body. Reason in turn inconceivable and lying without incarnation, including ethics. The Nietzschean outlook on pain denounces, against the public background of the city of men, all the hypocrisy of all-embracing logic and justifications of evil, to suggest to thought a path of conversion in listening to suffering. Same thing for fraternity and responsibility, always full of social and humanitarian thrusts, and for Nietzsche of as many lies. Nietzsche lashes out against the myths of fraternal sentiment and deconstructs the moral masks of responsibility. But at the same time, amid heavy accusations and genealogical suspicions, it rehabilitates what it demolishes, replying with an elitist fraternity and a responsibility for superior men. A Nietzsche who, while escaping from the time and stuck alone in dead ends, seems to keep alive, in the same lines of his controversies, fraternity and responsibility. And so he puts them back into play, for possible ethical restarts.
Translated title of the contribution[Autom. eng. transl.] Nietzsche. Moral traces
Original languageItalian
Number of pages140
ISBN (Print)9788857546780
Publication statusPublished - 2018


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