DICOTOMÍA DIONISIO-APOLO

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UN BREVE TESTO-SULLA LOTTA A MORTE TRA L’INDIVIDUO DIONISIACO:MAI PRONO AL FINALISMO- ALL’IMMUTABILITÀ DELLA VITA- E  DELL’ASSOLUTO- E L’INDIVIDUALITÀ APOLLINEA:EGO-RAZIONALE- FISSA E IMMOBILE  NELLA SUA ARMONIA FATTA DI  VALORI COMUNI E EGUALI.

El pensador alemán, realiza su meditación acerca de la visión del hombre con respecto a la vida desde una óptica dual, tomando como referencia dos elementos mitológicos de la Grecia antigua, él se refiere a las figuras de Dionisio y Apolo, el primero representa el dios de los campos, del vino, de la fiesta, mientras que el segundo es el dios arquetipo de belleza, orden, racionalidad. En su análisis Nietzsche, expone la polaridad entre las visiones de mundo a partir de ambos lentes, dionisíaco y apolíneo.

Espíritu Apolíneo: Formal, Armonía, Racionalidad, Intelecto, Inmovilidad, Muerte, Intenta comprender al mundo

Espíritu Dionisiaco: Creativo, Exaltación, Fuerza vital, Instinto, Devenir, Vida, Acepta al mundo

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THE POTENTIAL LOVER OF FATE II

LOVES OF FATE

Amor fati now receives its maximal extension: we must not only love what is necessary, but love its return. There is much secondary literature on the eternal return and my intention here is not to enter the various debates for their own sake. I am only interested in understanding the practical role that it performs in relation to amor fati. From the perspective of erotic love, the most obvious possibility is to see the eternal return as a radical method to develop our ability to see what is necessary as beautiful.

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THE POTENTIAL LOVER OF FATE

LOVES OF FATE

One way of reading this passage would interpret it as presupposing an erotic conception of love according to which we love objects in proportion to their perceived value (hence the need to learn ‘more and more’) and as offering a Platonic solution to the first paradox (amor fati as the love of a repellent object).

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