Nietzsche para Deleuze: un movimiento hacia lo sensible incondicionado

The Nietzsche that Deleuze interrogates isn’t the prophet of subversion, nor of overcoming. It’s he who proclaims the fall of the ascetic ideal and affirms that this fall compensates the false depths of everything human, bad conscience, and resentment. It’s the destroyer of a prodigious series of falsifiers, who notes that “the deepest is the shallowest!” It’s he who turns his back to god and man, and with that to the negation of the slave in his stubborn search for representation. It’s he who’s established that sense shows up only in the relation of the thing to the force it’s a sign of, while being that force the affirmation of a point of view. It’s he who proclaims the being of difference as such, of difference free of any form of interiority (be it soul, essence, or concept) as is claimed in the doctrine of Eternal Recurrence. The Nietzsche Deleuze seeks is the one of the aphorism and the poem, he who finds the affirmation of the multiple in style and rhythm, as a speculative proposition that sustains itself in a being of sensation, a creator of conceptual figures.

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