FRIEDRICH NIETZSCHE'S PHILOSOPHY AND GRIGOL RABAKIDZE'S WORKS: INDIVIDUALISM - COMMUNICATION - UNIVERSALISM (Filosofiia Frydrykha Nitsshe i tvorchist' Grygola Robakidze: individualism - komunikatsia - universalizm)
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Nietzsche's philosophy influenced considerably Grigol Robakidze's (1880-1962) work. Not only did the Georgian thinker internalize Nietzsche's ides adequately, he also developed them in a fruitful way in his essays and creative writing. The present article is an attempt of characterizing the ways of dealing with Nietzsche's ideas outlined in the philosophical writings of G. Robakidze. For handling this problem, the philosophical conception of communication is employed and, proceeding from the perspective thus afforded, questions of Nietzsche's reception in G. Robakidze's work are discussed.
- Iremadze Tengiz, Institute of Philosophy and Social Sciences at Grigol Rabakidze University (Georgia) (for more information, please, address the editorial board of the 'Filosofska dumka', Institut filosofii NAN Ukrainy, vul. Triokhsviatytelska, 4, 01001, Kyiv-01, Ukraine)
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