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The essays in this volume bring a fresh perspective to a relationship that illuminates a great deal of twentieth-century intellectual history. Among the questions taken up by contributors are the possibility of morality in a godless world, the function of philosophy if reason is not the highest expression of our humanity, the nature of tragedy when performed for a bourgeois audience, and the justification of suffering if it is not divinely sanctioned.
Above all, these essays remind us of the supreme value of the questioning itself that pervades the work of Dostoevsky and Nietzsche. Save to Library. Truth, Will, and Reactivity in Nietzsche and Dostoevsky.
Con tal fin, se analiza la imagen del escritor ruso transmitida por Editora: Peter Lange Ano: p. How can metaphysics be a guide to morals? For twentieth-century philosopher and novelist Iris Murdoch, this was the central question of philosophy, and I argue that her answers to it converge with those of nineteenth-century writer Fyodor For twentieth-century philosopher and novelist Iris Murdoch, this was the central question of philosophy, and I argue that her answers to it converge with those of nineteenth-century writer Fyodor Dostoevsky.
For both thinkers, a transcendent evaluative reality places moral demands on their characters, defines the general terms of their moral consciousness, and influences their experience of the presence or absence of moral coherence in a way that shatters self-consoling myths and opens their imaginations toward the possibility of goodness.
Ultimately, both connect transcendent value realism to immanent evaluative consciousness in surprisingly congruent ways. Namely, the interpretations are from Sigmund Freud and Joseph Frank. While the first one uses the psychoanalysis to interpret the Russian writer's novels, in order to hold the idea of he suffers from neurological disorders that have influenced his work, Frank argues against Freud's ideas.
The aim is not investigating who is right about the novelist, but search a proper view about the ups and downs of the text " Dostoyevsky and Parricide", and thereby, try to understand how Dostoyevsky's novels have anticipated some important subjects to the psychoanalysis. Der Verbrecher bei Nietzsche und Dostojewskij.
Dieser Typus, sowie seine Tugenden und seine lebhaften Triebe werden aber von Nietzsche and Dostoevsky: On the Verge of Nihilism. The first time that Nietzsche crossed the path of Dostoevsky was in the winter of — Two years later, he defined Dostoevsky as the only psychologist Two years later, he defined Dostoevsky as the only psychologist from whom he had anything to learn.
The second, metaphorical encounter between Nietzsche and Dostoevsky happened on the verge of nihilism. Nietzsche announced the death of God, whereas Dostoevsky warned against the danger of atheism. This book describes the double encounter between Nietzsche and Dostoevsky. In order to reject such reading, the author focuses on the following moral dilemma: If God does not exist, is everything permitted?
Recensione a D. This work's aim is to analyze polyphony in The Brothers Karamazov, a novel written by Fyodor Dostoevsky, focusing on ideological confrontations that take place between characters, especially between the Karamazov's family. More specifically, I try to understand how Alexei Fyodorovich Karamazov interacts in a dialogical way with his family and friends, and how Alexei's interventions — marked by a religious ethical behavior — contribute to the conflicting discourses. To do so, the main concept on which this paper is relied is the polyphony, developed by Bakhtin in order to understand that each character in the book has a strong and distinct ideology, which helps creating tensions of immense proportions.
Finally, this study is also based on Nietzsche's theories about religion, because it is argued that some characters are guided by a Christian ethical thinking, which is — although shown as good most of the times — surrounded by an oppressive fundamentalism. The vision, my interpretation: Fidel Castro is a Sinner and Jesus is sympathetic with sinners, no doubts about it.
Jesus would send him not to Hell, but to Siberia, like Raskolnikov. Raskolnikov believes in this theory of the extraordinary man, who is permitted to commit murder or any other crime in order to further a great cause. Fidel Castro, el Comandante, is a historical personality, the best well known Cuban politician.
Perhaps, the most striking feature of Fidel Castro is his dual personality, like Raskolnikov himself. On the one hand, he is cold, able to commit any crime; on the other, he can be surprisingly charm and compassionate.
Their characters are violently contradictory. Raskolnikov helps to reveal the inner workings of the world of the spirit, "preciso es las cuestiones de lo impreciso" and in this particular case, it helps me in order to define the ethics of violence in the political thought of Fidel Castro.
This is the front matter for an anthology I edited for Greenhaven Press that was published in and is, as far as I know, now out of print though copies are still floating around on various used-book websites. What is included here What is included here is the front matter that I wrote as well as the table of contents for the excepted pieces that I anthologized within the book. Related Topics. Follow Following.
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