TITLE

O CONCEITO DE PÓS-MODERNIDADE EM LYOTARD E A POSSIBILIDADE DA INFLUÊNCIA NIETZSCHIANA

AUTHOR(S)
Karasek, Felipe Szyszka
PUB. DATE
June 2010
SOURCE
Sessões do Imaginário;Jun2010, Vol. 15 Issue 23, p79
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
The aim of this is study is to present the thesis that the constituents of Lyotard's reflection on postmodernism had already been present in Nietzsche's suspicions and philosophy. Making a genealogic study about Nietzsche's criticism of Socratic, we intend to demonstrate that the distrust of truth had already been part of the Nietzschean perspectivism as well the criticism of metaphysical legitimations. Is this way, we intend to present the possibility of the influence of Nietzsche's philosophy in the formation of Lyotard's thoughts about the concept of postmodernism.
ACCESSION #
63282497

 

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