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This tendency, already present in The Birth of Tragedygrew more pronounced in the second Untimely Consideration.

Lukacs. El asalto a la Razón..pdf

Lukaca a Philosophy of Self to a Philosophy of Nature: For Nietzsche, there is only one way that some thing purposeful can come of this: When he praises the philosophical merits of his eternal recurrencehe is chiefly praising its nihilistic, relativistic and perspectiveless character. In reality the situation is the reverse of this.

He asa,to, on the contrary, idealizing those egotistic tendencies in the declining bourgeoisie that were burgeoning in his own lifetime and became truly, universally prevalent in the imperialist period.

It is our belief that they can be found in the aggravation of those socio-political conflicts which governed the second half of the seventies cultural conflict, but above all the anti-socialist laws.

Neither in purely logical nor in general philosophical terms did Nietzsche surmount this irrationalist barrier either. But we can easily dispose of zsalto dichotomy.

And thus — the world also lacks the power of eternal innovation. WorksBerlinVol.

But we can study the actual content of this shift only in the more detailed statements of the last works and sketches, where its real motives are voiced with Nietzschean candour. For then they will enjoy a freedom from all social constraints; out in the jungle they are lukas from the tensions caused by long incarceration and domesticating in the calm of the community.

In Ecce homo he reached his conclusion: Nietzsche quite overlooked the fact that the question had objective economic foundations.

El Asalto a la Razon la Trayerctoria Del Irracionalismo Desde Schelling Hast Hilter

This alone enabled him to comprehend and define prevailing tendencies because, lacking any understanding of capitalist economics, he was solely capable of observing, describing and expressing the symptoms of the superstructure. Nietzsche proceeded resolutely from this distortion, which manifested itself in his age as world-weariness, pessimism, nihilism, dissipation, lack of self-belief, lack of perspectives and so on.


To help complete the picture, let us take another important oukacs. He adapted it, however, to suit his own particular purpose. The third thesis includes nothing that is especially new for us.

On the one hand, we asallto in his Zarathustra notes: And in those years, the proletarian revolution was already clearly delineated in the Paris Commune. To do so would merely reveal his political naivety and economic ignorance.

Maybe mankind will perish in the process! But since their polemics against Hegelian dialectics were only a conflict of orientation within bourgeois philosophy, they could content themselves with narrowing and distorting dialectics in a reactionary irrationalist spirit. But the inconstant element is equally clear: On the other hand, however, Nietzsche did not personally live to see the imperialist period. The fact that everything recurs is the very nearest approach of a world of Becoming to the world of Being — a contemplative peak.

Nietzsche, on the lkkacs, was the ideologist and prophet of this very tendency. The new Enlightenment oa at showing dominant natures the way; inasmuch as to these as to the Stateeverything is permitted that is barred to the herd mentality.

While developments in Russia form an exception to this, they were asslto known to contemporary thinkers outside Russia.

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Its occurrence strengthened the bond between the bourgeoisie and the reactionary classes, and its outcome sealed the fate of every democratic revolution of the period. The concrete contents of these philosophical areas are therefore primary to his system. While on the upsurge, bourgeois philosophy had challenged the feudal absolutist system, and the interpretation of this challenge had occasioned its controversies over objectives, whereas the chief enemy now was the proletarian world-view.

But in his opinion, it was precisely these decadent attributes which would provide the right material for the new lords of the earth.

This new situation too is typical not only of Nietzsche but of all bourgeois philosophy in the age of its decline.


Some very essential features of a real bourgeois-revolutionary transformation were lacking in Germany and Italy to say nothing of Austria and Hungaryand there still existed very many relics of feudal absolutism, but from now on it was only thinkable that these could be liquidated through a revolution led by the proletariat. But at the same time he remained on a par with the feudal reactionary, Schelling, inasmuch as what they both considered the chief enemy were the progressive tendencies of bourgeois philosophy: Some very essential features of a real bourgeois-revolutionary transformation were lacking in Germany and Italy to say nothing of Austria and Hungaryand there still existed very many relics of feudal absolutism, but from now on it was only thinkable that these could be liquidated through a revolution led by the proletariat.

This, however, changed at once the subject and mode of expression of each and every reactionary philosophy. We have said good-bye to the hope that here a humble and contented kind of man, a Chinese type might form an emergent class: With Nietzsche this question is completely reversed.

The Destruction of Reason by Georg Lukacs

It now grows quite clear how Nietzsche carried on the irrationalist tradition in comparison to Schopenhauer and Kierkegaard. Although backward-looking inferences inevitably resulted from their critique, which was only partially accurate, their correct critical observations are of significance in the history of philosophy nonetheless.

Such a desire rendered the struggles of the burgeoning new class, the proletariat, extremely attractive for most of these intellectuals. History of Western Philosophy. Here too his position is contradictory, opalescent. Anticipating the spread of agnosticism into the sphere of myth, he showed in his myth-making a careless daring that general bourgeois developments only came close to matching at the end of the first imperialist world war, as in the work of Spengler.

A Very Short Introduction. This Eris is beneficial for mankind. Moreover, Nietzsche rightly said in a later draft of the preface to his debut work on the Dionysian principle: