La Critique Nietzscheenne De La Democratie

Studia Philosophica 2 (2006)
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The paper critically assesses Nietzsche’s position on "democracy". It concludes that Nietzsche’s criticism of democracy is based on a certain concept of life, conceived as will to power , whereas the notion of democracy designates a historically established regime based on the principles of equality in rights and pitty



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