La continuidad en las obras de Nietzsche a la luz de su visión de sí mismo

Estudios Nietzsche 20:129-151 (2020)
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Abstract

The article aims to critically analyze the conventional tripartite division within Nietzsche’s philosophy that is expressed hyperbolically in the form of personification: the young Nietzsche of the Wagnerian phase, the “positivist” or “enlightened” Nietzsche, and the mature Nietzsche. I aim to contribute to the plea for continuity, paying special attention to a variety of texts in which he acknowledges the continuity of his intellectual development as a coherent unit. This significant retrospection does not indicate rupture or rejection but recognition of a single path. The last section is dedicated to the particular book that is Ecce Homo, understood as a self-presentation strategy.

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Marina Garcia-Granero
Universitat de Valencia

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