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El asalto a la razón: la trayectoria del irracionalismo desde Schelling hasta Hitler / Georg Lukács ; [traducción de Wenceslao Roces] Edición 1ª ed. en español. Libros de Segunda Mano – Pensamiento – Filosofía: Georg lukács. el asalto a la razón. la trayectoria del irracionalismo de schelling a hitler. Compra, venta . Libros de Segunda Mano – Pensamiento – Filosofía: Lukács, georg. el asalto a la razón: la trayectoria del irracionalismo desde schelling hasta hitler. Compra.

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Here s opposition to the revolutionary traditions of bourgeois development is quite plainly perceptible. Here bourgeois philosophy was no longer in a position to exercise a real critique, or even to understand correctly the target of its polemics.

In the pseudo-objective form of myth, the bourgeoisie countered real evolution with wishful thinking.

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They insist that the world, even though bereft of a God, must be capable of divine creativity, the infinite power of transformation. Maybe mankind will perish in the process! Naturally enough, it revealed itself with particular vehemence in times of crisis for instance, the ban on socialists, the fate of Naturalism, the First World War and the Expressionist movement in Germany, boulangisme and the Dreyfus Affair in France, etc.

Injustice never lies in unequal rights; it lies in the claim to equal rights But what have we done?

But the inconstant element is equally clear: Only in wsalto light of all these facts are we entitled to claim — without losing a just sense of proportion — that the years marked another turning-point in the development of ideology. Raon we intend to moot the general possibility that for Nietzsche, as for the other philosophers of the age, socialism as a movement and world-view had become the chief opponent, and that only this change on the social front and its philosophical consequences enable us to portray his outlook in its true context.

Granted, Nietzsche too was bent on attacking. In books on Nietzsche there was at one time a violent controversy as to whether and how far Nietzsche should be considered a Darwinist. Hence he was capable on occasion of misleading those who failed to see that the Christian Heaven and the fazon view of objective reality are mythically synthesized in his concept of the Beyond.

The situation was completely altered as soon as the enemy had become dialectical and historical materialism. The similarity to which Kaufmann draws attention is of a purely external, stylistic nature. Jaspers concedes as much even for the philosophical classics with which Nietzsche was in vigorous dispute throughout his life. I regard as good that which serves some end: It may be postulated as a general statement that the decline of bourgeois ideology set in with the end of the revolution.

On the other hand, the principal foe had already appeared in theoretical as well as palpable form.

Where they do not jump across to the overtly social sphere, as in the above passage, they proceed along well-known Machist lines. But we can study the actual content of this shift only in the more detailed statements of the last works and sketches, where its real motives are voiced with Nietzschean candour.

The Destruction of Reason by Georg Lukacs

Rszon categories specified categorize this paper. This indicates not only his ignorance of the most important philosophers, which even Jaspers concedes, but at the same time — and far more importantly — the coarser, intellectually inferior nature of irrationalism in imperialist times.

But this called for a liberation of the instincts before all else. And to the extent to which we can speak of a logico-philosophical order in his work here at all, it can have but one meaning.

El Asalto a la Razon la Trayerctoria Del Irracionalismo Desde Schelling Hast Hilter

Kaufmann, for instance, treated Nietzsche as the razoh of great philosophy after Descartes indeed after Aristotleintending to depict him as asallto on the Enlightenment traditions. Even when presenting facts they never thought of resorting to the actual sources. Nietzsche had not an inkling of the philosophical problems of dialectical and historical materialism. Darwinism accordingly receives a positive emphasis in this phase.

Impossible, henceforth, for wild and sense less mountain waters once more to ruin the fertile fields of civilization overnight! In the first place, it was then that the rise of the great nation-states in Central Europe reached completion, and many of razzon most important demands of the bourgeois revolutions their fulfilment; at all events such revolutions had had their day in Western and Central Raon.

Marx to Lassalle, WorksBerlinVol. It illustrates two different stages in the development of capitalism and, accordingly, in that of bourgeois ideology. Great luukacs on earth are only beginning with me. And, on the other hand, those who were acting as the spokes men for collective capitalist interests were equally able to declare themselves for this commonalty with a certain subjectively sincere, and relatively justified, pathos.

Mayer, BerlinVol. Certainly it is no coincidence that Nietzsche lapsed into romantic fatuity in this particular area; after all, it is the main problem in his philosophizing.

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Admittedly the aristocratic bias of both had similar ssalto foundations: In its heyday, on the contrary, its philosophical systems had sought to oppose the feudal legends precisely by appealing to real evolutionary trends in nature and history. As is widely known, Nietzsche declared a fervent allegiance to atheism; and with the same fervour he denounced all religions, but especially Christianity.

Nietzsche had not an inkling of the philosophical problems of dialectical and historical materialism.