Erdem, Hüseyin Subhi
September 2002
Ekev Academic Review;Fall2002, Vol. 6 Issue 13, p213
Academic Journal
Recently, the problem of the truth has become one of the considerable fields in philosophy. The essence of traditional truth, interrogating and acquiring new content, is first scrutinized by the romantic thinkers. According to Romantics, truth is non-existent but created by human as a subject in aesthetic field. However, Nietzsche claim s that the truth appears in aesthetics fields related to human perspective. In this context, Nietzsche judges the Kantian in-itself. Nietzsche alleges that traditional truth is non-existent but relies on perspectives and interpretations.


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