Nietzsche, Poststructuralism and Modernism
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The article is made of two parts. First, it shows evidence of certain continuity in the flow of commentaries that were made on Nietzsche in the poststructuralist tradition. Here the author focuses on the difference between classical dualism and transgressive dualism, and says that the flow of commentaries is characterized by a diminution of the role of anthropological and normative motifs, such as history, the subject, alienation, criticism and emancipation. On the second part of the article, the author presents criticism to which Nietzsche exposes, 'avant la lettre', the transgressive nature of poststructuralism, using as the premise his own criticism of the attitude of philosophical and artistic decadence. Against this backdrop of the radical contest of the modern world several difficulties of Nietzsche's own ideas are discussed by the author.
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