ORIGEN E IMAGEN INVERTIDA

ORIGEN E IMAGEN INVERTIDA

 

 

 

 

 

 

En el origen, está la diferencia de las fuerzas activas y reactivas. La acción y la reacción no están en una relación de sucesión, sino de coexistencia en el mismo origen. Del mismo modo, la complicidad de las fuerzas activas y de la afirmación, de las fuerzas reactivas y de la negación, se revela en el principio: todo lo negativo se halla del lado de la reacción. Inversamente, sólo la fuerza activa se afirma, afirma su diferencia, hace de su diferencia un objeto de goce o de afirmación.

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AGAINST MAX STIRNER: A DEFENCE OF MARXISM’S HUMANIST STANDPOINT II

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Stirner might have resolved his problem of content if, like some existentialists, he had expounded the Owner in terms of the individual’s authentic choosing of his life’s content. Thus someone might be a Christian, a Humanist or a Bolshevik through a committed, self-originated choice, and not through ideological enslavement. But the nihilist polemic of The Ego and Its Own makes such total war on all «causes», that it does not seem open to Stirner to defend a given content by saying that it is authentically chosen.

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LA DISOLUCIÓN DE LA RAZÓN

LA DISOLUCIÓN DE LA RAZÓN

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

La concepción de Nietzsche acerca de los límites de la ciencia, su interpretación de la verdad, entendida como lo susceptible de aparecer, y el círculo —que reaparece en formas constantemente nuevas— de unaaniquilación, por así decirlo, suicida de todo ser de la verdad, no ponen en cuestión a la razón en general.

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SOLIPSISMO E METAFISICA

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UNA TESI FONDAMENTALE DEL TRACTATUS : È IMPOSSIBILE DIRE QUALCOSA DEL MONDO COME UN TUTTO; TUTTO CIÒ CHE SI PUÒ DIRE PUÒ RIGUARDARE SOLTANTO PORZIONI CIRCOSCRITTE DEL MONDO. Continue reading

EL EXPROPIADOR

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¡Mi libertad y mis derechos

Tanto como mi capacidad de poder

Incluso la felicidad y la grandeza

Las tengo sólo en la medida de mis fuerzas!

(De un libro que he escrito y nunca verá la luz)

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THE TRUTH OF EXTINCTION: NIETZSCHE’S FABLE II

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In this regard, although Nietzsche anticipated, as no one else did, the depth of the crisis of the manifest image, the scanty resources provided by nineteenth-century psychology prompted him to transpose what he correctly identified as the impasse in the folk-psychological conception of rationality into a metaphysical register which merely recapitulated the specious categories of the psychology it was supposed to supplant.

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OWNNESS AND MODERNITY:THE POLITICAL MEANING OF DIALECTICAL EGOISM II

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Ownness differs from freedom in that it refers more to a relationship between the internal activity of the person and the external world. Ownness is not and cannot be reduced to a rhetorical tool or an external condition.

It is an active seizure or appropriation of thoughts, values, and objects as the “property” of the individual.

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STRUCTURE OF INTER-RELATED AND ARBITRARY RELATIONS

INTER-RELATED AND ARBITRARY RELATIONS

 

 

 

 

 

 

WHAT DO WE MEAN WHEN WE POSE THE QUESTION, “WHAT IS LAW?”

To be sure, the canonical tradition of Western legal-philosophical thought proffers a wide variety of answers. In brief summary, law is “transcendental nonsense,” it is “what courts do in fact;”

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