DESTRUKTION-THE HISTORY OF BEING

DESTRUKTION-THE HISTORY OF BEING

 

 

 

 

 

In his late, 1962 lecture “Time and Being,” Heidegger pointed to an intrinsic connection between the task of Destruktion, which was central to his conception of fundamental ontology in the 1920s, and his later thought of the history of Being.

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SLAVE REVOLT IN MORALITY

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In Friedrich Nietzsche’s Genealogy of Morals, he states the “the slave revolt in morality begins when ressentiment itself becomes creative and gives birth to values” (GM Essay 1; 10). This idea of ressentiment is prevalent in Nietzsche’s philosophy because it corresponds to the idea of master and slave morality and, most importantly, explains how the lower slaves are able to overcome the higher masters and change the dominant morality to the slave morality. 

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EL SUICIDIO DE DIOS Y LA CONSTATACIÓN DE SU MUERTE II

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Según Nietzsche, tanto la voluntad que niega como la que autodestruye su existencia han padecido profundamente la ausencia de Dios, lo cual les ha llevado a condenar la vida y su sentido en la creencia de que en el peor de estos mundos la vida no vale la pena de ser afirmada ni vivida. Este tormento que induce a seguir como vía de salvación, o bien la negación de la voluntad de vivir –como ocurre en el caso de Schopenhauer–, o bien la destrucción de la voluntad de vivir mediante la voluntad de la muerte –como sucede en Mainländer–. Ambos caminos tienden a la nada, pero esta vez a la nada de la disolución, el descanso y el cese definitivo del dolor.

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SOLE AUTHORITY-SOLE VALUE

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Inner experience not being able to have principles either in a dogma (a moral attitude), or in science (knowledge can be neither its goal nor its origin), or in a search for enriching states (an experimental, aesthetic attitude), it cannat have any other cancern nor other goal than itself.

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JURIDICAL NIHILISM

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1. Law as seen through the nihilistic lens. The legal world has long been invested by the skeptical position according to which there is no truth, justice and rationality of the law, in which everything comes from will and its intrinsic mobility. 

There is no natural right (jus naturale) which is valid in itself, but everything is revocable and changeable: the fact that there is no natural right means that any law or rule is conventional and therefore arbitrary. According to L. Strauss, the rejection of today’s natural right leads to nihilism, indeed making it one with itself (1). The present post-metaphysical turn of so many philosophical schools is a disquieting signal.

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TRANSVALORACIÓN

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El nihilismo es un pensamiento esencial de Nietzsche, que junto con la voluntad de poder, el eterno retorno de lo mismo y el ultrahombre, constituyen todos ellos en su unidad la posición filosófica fundamental de Nietzsche.

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