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Doctoral Thesis
DOI
10.11606/T.8.2007.tde-10072008-103423
Document
Author
Full name
Jarlee Oliveira Silva Salviano
E-mail
Institute/School/College
Knowledge Area
Date of Defense
Published
São Paulo, 2007
Supervisor
Committee
Cacciola, Maria Lucia Mello de Oliveira (President)
Brandão, Eduardo
Duarte, José Thomaz Almeida Brum
Giacoia Junior, Oswaldo
Silva, Franklin Leopoldo e
Title in Portuguese
Labirintos do nada: a crítica de Nietzsche ao niilismo de Schopenhauer
Keywords in Portuguese
Ascetismo
Nietzsche
Niilismo
Pessimismo
Schopenhauer
Vontade
Abstract in Portuguese
As filosofias da Vontade de Arthur Schopenhauer e Friedrich Wilhelm Nietzsche apresentam duas posturas antagônicas em relação ao sentido da vida. Em ambos a vida deve ser explicada como a expressão de uma força cega e irracional, tornando-se sinônimo de dor e sofrimento - contudo, a reação de cada um diante deste achado filosófico do século XIX os coloca em caminhos contrários. No elogio schopenhaueriano da negação da vontade, da fuga ascética em direção ao Nada, Nietzsche encontra o antípoda de sua filosofia, o niilismo passivo contra o qual propõe o niilismo ativo da afirmação do Eterno retorno.
Title in English
Nothing' s labyrinth: Nietzsche's critic to the Schopenhauer' s Nihilism
Keywords in English
Asceptism
Nietzsche
Nihilism
Pessimism
Schopenhauer
Will
Abstract in English
Arthur Schopenhauer and Friedrich Wilhelm Nietzsche's philosophies of Will present two contrary positions in relation to the sense of life. In both cases life should be explained as an expression of blind and irrational force, becoming a synonym of pain and suffering - nevertheless, the reaction of each in the face of this philosophic finding of the XIX century, places them in opposing paths. In the Schopenhaueran commendation to the denial of will, of self-denying escape in the direction of Nothing, Nietzsche finds the opposite to his philosophy, passive nihilism against which he proposes active nihilism of the affirmation of the Eternal return.
 
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Publishing Date
2008-09-29
 
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