Nietzsche, discípulo del filósofo Dionysos

Nietzsche, disciple of the philosopher Dionysos

The two springs of Nietzsche’s thought, the two demands of his thought, the two determinations of Zarathustra seem to express the double need of the philosopher: to annihilate and to create. The rejection of dichotomies is present all over his work. From this standpoint, it would be a mistake to conceive the two springs of his thought, the side of the corrosive critique of values and the constructive side of cosmology, as isolated matters. Both sides are here analysed in their relation to Dionysos.

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