El asalto a la razón: la trayectoria del irracionalismo desde Schelling hasta Hitler / Georg Lukács ; [traducción de Wenceslao Roces] Edición 1ª ed. en español. Libros de Segunda Mano – Pensamiento – Filosofía: Georg lukács. el asalto a la razón. la trayectoria del irracionalismo de schelling a hitler. Compra, venta . Libros de Segunda Mano – Pensamiento – Filosofía: Lukács, georg. el asalto a la razón: la trayectoria del irracionalismo desde schelling hasta hitler. Compra.
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These have considerable significance for imperialist philosophy in that here again his boldness, coupled with a rigour touching on cynicism, made him the forerunner of methods and theories which did not come into the open until much later.
Admittedly, it does not tally with the structure which the individual philosopher himself intends to give his work.
Every philosopher has neglected to explain why he values the true and the good, and none has sought to attempt the same for the opposite.
The abstract generalizing — lukxcs, as regards facts, often distorted the problems — had its own social justification too, since it was a reflection of actual class conditions, albeit one that never attained to proper consciousness. Christianity is the revolt of all grovelling creatures against that which has stature: In The Lx to Power we read: Only in an imperialist bourgeois state of a decidedly aggressive reactionary hue could Nietzsche find a sufficiently strong defence against the socialist danger; only the emergence of such a power inspired in him the hope of succeeding in neutralizing the working class once and for all.
It amounted to what we identified in razoj second chapter as the indirect apologetics of capitalism. Here, and particularly with regard to personal zsalto and morality, they perceived auguries of a possible social recovery and, in connection with it — naturally this thought was uppermost — of their own recovery.
El Asalto a la Razon la Trayerctoria Del Irracionalismo Desde Schelling Hast Hilter
That nobody gives man his attributes, neither God nor raxon nor his parents and fore fathers, nor he himself But for such people, Nietzsche is only a transitional stage on the way to socialism. Although he did not polemicize against it, he drew on it in his explanations far gazon often. The need is for a new reign of terror.
In this way, however, we think we can adequately represent the real coherence of his system of ideas.
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Whenever man adds to his greatness and stature he also increases in lowness and fearsomeness. Masters have been abolished; the morals of the common man have triumphed All Becoming is within the cycle and mass. While indicating the need thus to reconstruct the real, consistency in the fragments of Heraclitus and Epicurus, Marx added: Above all he commended and encouraged its decadent instincts, professing that this was just the way to conquer decadence.
But these he proceeded to overcome as he developed, even if — with regard to the crucially important method of indirect apologetics — he still remained a pupil of Schopenhauer and preserved as his basic concept the irrational one of the Dionysian principle against reason, for instinct ; but not without significant modifications, as we shall see.
All decadent attributes were to be converted into tools for a militant advocacy of capitalism, and the decadents them selves into activists supporting the — both outwardly and inwardly — aggressive and barbaric imperialist cause. But this tendency assumed a wholly distinctive form only after the first imperialist world war, and after the victory of the great socialist October Revolution in Russia.
For Nietzsche the crucial question was this: In drafts for a sequel to Zarathustra he set out perhaps the most revealing programme for the task. Not only in a French but also in a European context, the battle of June in the revolution had already signified the turning-point.
But Nietzsche, as we shall see in more detail later, was able to enshrine and formulate in his works some of the most important lasting features of reactionary attitudes to the imperialist period, and to the age of world wars and revolutions.
If we now return to slavery as the alleged bedrock of any genuine civilization, we can see how much of the later Nietzsche this early work — albeit in an immature manner — anticipated.
It is a general phenomenon in ideological history that thinkers who can observe a social development only in embryo, but who can already perceive the new element in it and who — especially in the moral area — are striving for an intellectual grasp of it prefer the essayistic, aphoristic forms. These latter names apart, the period between and was rife with significant transitional figures who, while their work does reflect features of the decline, were in no wise party to it with regard to the central substance of their output e.
And in this they are absolutely right from the social angle, for the political praxis of the Pope, Cardinal Spellman, etc. Du Hast Es Besser: We cannot take it as pure coincidence that his first work of this period, Rzaon, All-Too-Humanappeared roughly half a year before the promulgation of the socialist ban. The setting up of a past age as an ideal for the present age to realize also belonged to the intellectual armoury of Romantic anti-capitalism.
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.
True, remnants of Romanticism from Schopenhauer, Richard Wagner are still palpable in the young Nietzsche. In itself, of course, this hierarchy is — if regarded logically — lhkacs crass contradiction.
One might say that the tattered pieces of likacs taken over in garbled form from Hegel restore, for Schelling and Kierkegaard, the appearance of a modicum of rational coherence. He brought up questions from within its sphere of interests, answered them in its own spirit. But he also had another motive beyond this.