Nietzsche’s philosophy always comes from the reality that he sees directly with his eyes, with which he is in a close dialogue and in constant controversy. Fraternity and responsibility, observed and deconstructed by Nietzsche, become an acquis of social and humanitarian boosts, as well as of many lies. Through accusations and genealogical suspects, he acts against the myths of the fraternal sentiment – God and Christianity, the blood of French Revolution, the crowd of bourgeois city – and against the moral disguise of responsibility – freedom and the subject, the otherness and rationality, Christian religion and awareness –. To reach an ethic-anthropological interpretation of Nietzsche’s thought, that brings light to its intrinsic thematic richness that adds value to Nietzsche’s view on the daily life, we should therefore listen to his own words. Only in this way we can open small monographic paths, in some ways yet unknown, and we can glimpse at the horizon a new character of Nietzsche: an earthly Nietzsche, an observer of human places of coexistence, a phenomenologist of the human too human.
|Titolo tradotto del contributo||[Autom. eng. transl.] Fraternity and responsibility. Phenomenologies of the human in Friedrich Nietzsche|
|Numero di pagine||24|
|Stato di pubblicazione||Pubblicato - 2020|