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- 1 Introduction: an obscure philosopher?
- Nietzsche and the Ontogeny of Truth [Angèle Kremer Marietti]
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1 Introduction: an obscure philosopher?
Copyright : ISBN : , , , Note : Includes bibliographical references and index. Physical Description : xvii,p.
Series : Boston studies in the philosophy of science ;. Subject : Nietzsche, Friedrich, Contributions in theory of knowledge.
Nietzsche and the Ontogeny of Truth [Angèle Kremer Marietti]
Contents Acknowledgments. This collection offers a dynamic articulation of the differing strengths of Anglo-American analytic and contemporary European approaches to philosophy, with translations from European specialists, notably Carl Friedrich von Weizsacker, Paul Valadier, and Walther Ch. This broad collection also features a preface by Alasdair MacIntyre. Contributions explore Nietzsche's contributions to the philosophy of language and epistemology, and include essays on the social history of truth and the historical and cultural analyses of Serres and Baudrillard, as well as new contributions to the philosophy of science, including theological and hermeneutical approaches, history of science, the philosophy of medicine, cognitive science, and technology.
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Full-text article available to subscribers or on a "pay per view" basis. It will be available on this URL in January Read it. Nietzsche is a strong reference in philosophy, psychology, sociology and the arts. But the question is whether Nietzsche had any influence on the natural sciences, especially physics? Among physicists and scientists in general, the thinker who created a philosophy that argues against Platonism is known as an obscure or irrationalist philosopher.
However, contrary to common ideas, although Nietzsche was critical about absolute rationalism, he was not an irrationalist. He criticized the hubris of reason the Socratic rationalism the belief that mankind could be guided by reason alone.