Kant Para Nietzsche, Um Emblema da Modernidade: em Torno da Questão da Natureza: Série 2 / Kant Nietzsche to, an emblem of modernity: around the matter of nature

Kant E-Prints 5:101-117 (2010)
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We´ll intended with article summarizing the main reasons for Nietzsche's critique of Kant in relation to the notion of nature and morality as anti-nature. To this end, the Nietzschean critique is headed by the attempt to reveal the Kantian strategy that reserved a place untouched for metaphysics and, thus, led to the consolidation of the old foundations of morality. Against Kant, Nietzsche presents a notion of nature as guided by a kind of necessity illogical that, being respected, would lead to the affirmation of the vital nature. The debate between the authors, therefore, leads to one of the central questions of the modern era and shows how Nietzsche sees Kant as a true emblem of modernity

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