Locura y muerte de Dios en la filosofía de Nietzsche
Rivero Weber, Paulina
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//// Abstract: In order to let people know about God’s death, Nietzsche spoke through the mouth of a madman in his book The Joyful Wisdom. Is there a hidden meaning in that? In this paper this fact is considered in association with two others: 1) the way Nietzsche thinks about madness in his own writings, and 2) the thoughts Nietzsche expressed during his own madness. The madman that appears in The Joyful Wisdom may be Nietzsche himself, he may be the only one that is awake while the sane majority is still dreaming. Nietzsche wanted to find a new principle, and still we have to ask ourselves if he finished his work. Perhaps the concept of “life” in his philosophy can lead us to the footsteps of that new principle, of that new God.
Palabras clave: Filosofía; Theoría. Revista del Colegio de Filosofía; Gaya Ciencia; locura; El loco; concepto de vida;
Rivero Weber, Paulina. “Locura y muerte de Dios en la filosofía de Nietzsche.” Theoría: Revista del Colegio de Filosofía 10 (2000): 107-116.
Facultad de Filosofía y Letras, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México
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