Nietzsche e a “superficialidade” de Descartes

Cadernos Nietzsche 9:67-77 (2000)
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Starting from the section 191 of Beyond good and evil, where is said that “Descartes was superficial”, this paper analyzes Nietzsche’s critics to cogito, in order to see in what sense Descartes was called “superficial”

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