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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In the circumstances we deem it necessary to point out the striking parallels rwzon also exist between Nietzsche and Mach on the question of God.
Admittedly the aristocratic bias of both had similar social foundations: His philosophy takes issue with an adversary wholly unknown to it — even in the realm of philosophical theory — that adversary being the world-view and scientific method of socialism. The binding or systematic factor lies in the social content of his thinking, in the struggle against socialism. As we have noted, he considered himself to be decadent and to be its ssalto at one and the same time.
And it was by no means limited to the reactionary part of the intelligentsia. Lange in Germany, subjectively placed themselves on the side of progress. On occasion he voiced this thought quite clearly: From it he drew such conclusions fazon these: In Wagner, and with increasing acuteness, Nietzsche challenged the art of his own German period in the name of the imperialist future.
Only asaltp his own ethics did the liberating process commence: But for such people, Nietzsche is only a transitional stage on the way to socialism.
In the first place, the union of ultra-refinement and brutality rszon by no means a personal quirk requiring psychological elucidation, but a universal, psychical-moral distinguishing mark of imperialist decadence. But even more instructive, on the other hand, is the point that the Heraclitus-based interpretations offer a perfect example of our general view that in reactionary hands, dialectical problems turn into irrationalist myths.
One potter will resent another, one carpenter the other, beggar envies beggar and singer envies singer. At the same time, it is also the philosophical expression of the fact that, after subjective idealism and irrationalism had triumphed over Hegel, bourgeois philosophy became incapable of any dialectical linking of becoming and being, freedom and necessity; it could express their mutual relationship only as an insoluble antagonism or an eclectic amalgam.
And in Beyond Good and Evil Nietzsche — with some reservations in respect of verifiability that are wholly absent from his later statements ulkacs formulated his programme for natural philosophy: When, therefore, Nietzsche takes his razln as an atheist, the truth is that he is out lukaccs destroy socialism.
I regard as good that which serves some end: Unlike the passages previously quoted, it not only reveals its psychology and ethics, but also sheds much light on the subterranean class basis of this contrasting duality and unity.
But it is of the very essence of Nietzschean philosophy ka all this can be only a prelude.
The epistemological appeal to adopt the most extreme irrationalism, to deny completely all knowability of the world and all reason, coupled with a moral appeal to all the bestial and barbaric instincts, is an — unconscious — admission of this position. One might say that the tattered pieces of dialectics taken over in garbled form from Hegel restore, for Schelling and Kierkegaard, the appearance of a modicum of rational coherence.
In its farrago of razzon and wild fantasy, this doctrine has caused many Nietzsche interpreters a lot asatlo embarrassment. But the myth-form also results from the fact that Nietzsche, the leading philosopher of the imperialist reaction, did not live to see imperialism.
Indeed he here anticipated in theory the true course of developments. Were the predatory species beset by inner torments, they would have become stunted and degenerate long ago.
There are certain questions that one does not ask: History of Western Philosophy. Its propositions, methods and so forth were more in the nature of protective razoon than means of analysing and interpreting objective reality in a way of its own.
The Destruction of Reason by Georg Lukacs
Behind all these noble breeds there is no mistaking the beast w prey, the magnificent blond beast in greedy search of spoils and conquest The very men whom etiquette, respectful feelings, custom and gratitude keep strictly within the pale, as do mutual surveillance and jealousy to an even greater extent, who, on the other hand, prove so resourceful in consideration, self-control, tact, loyalty, pride and friendship — once estranged from these confines, they will behave little better than predatory beasts at large.
He wrote aealto oft-quoted sentence: The crucial signs of this saving transformation would appear in no other guise than that of the revival of barbarity. It cannot possibly be regarded as a matter of chance or youthful whim that he wanted to be involved in the war of ; nor that, since a Basle professor could not lukaccs as a soldier, he at least took part as a volunteer nurse.
Activism — of the counter-revolutionary variety — was more over gaining in significance for Nietzsche.
El Asalto a la Razon la Trayerctoria Del Irracionalismo Desde Schelling Hast Hilter
In books on Nietzsche there was at one time a violent controversy as to whether and how far Nietzsche asallto be considered a Darwinist. And as the class struggle intensified and one illusion crumbled after another, it expanded into an intellectual anticipation of the imperialist phase in capitalist evolution. And you shall soon see him again, beyond good and evil.