GENEALOGÍA DE LA "MUERTE DE DIOS" Contribución a la determinación teológica de los presupuestos conceptuales de la "muerte de Dios" en Hegel, Feuerbach, Stirner y Nietzsche

Marion, Jean-Luc; Restrepo, Carlos Enrique
January 2011
Escritos;2011, Vol. 19 Issue 42, p161
Academic Journal
"God's dead" usually related Nietzsche, takes place along the modern philosophy. Against this unknowledge, is feasible his reconstruction, his genealogical reappropriation. Hegel, Feuerbach, Stirner, and of course, Nietzsche, are some of the authors who can be named in this direction, and the most decisive ones. Marion essay gives the reconstruction, but at the same time tries to release the divine sense of the conceptual idolatry typical of modern thought, in order to re-think in God as love. In Nietszsche's words, the unknoledge in which philosophy has kept Love allows the proclamation of the Alive God, to finally limit and overcome "God's dead" speech that stays restricted to the subject it belongs from: the metaphysic modern period.


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