SARTRE VS NIETZSCHE

 SARTREVSNIETZSCHE

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Although Sartre and Nietzsche have been grouped together as atheistic existentialists, the idea that there are significant parallels between them is by no means common. While Sartre has frequently been portrayed as a derivative and syncretic thinker, it is the ideas of Descartes, Hegel, Husserl, and Heidegger which he discusses, develops, and criticizes in Being and Nothingness.

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LA DETERMINACIÓN DEL NIHILISMO SEGÚN LA HISTORIA DEL SER III

NIETZSCHE V

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Así, el hombre, en cuanto aquel que piensa, puede atenerse al ente en cuanto tal. El pensar lleva entonces el ser al lenguaje en la forma del ente en cuanto tal. Este pensar es el pensar metafísico. No rechaza al ser mismo, pero tampoco se atiene al permanecer fuera del ser en cuanto tal. El pensar no corresponde desde sí a la sustracción del ser.

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THE ANATOMY OF NEGATION:THE SUTURE TO THE UNPRESENTABLE

NEGATION

 

 

 

Let us examine the argument whereby Badiou seeks to establish thought’s suture to the unpresentable.

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PAROXYSM OF BEING

PAROSSIMO

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Being of beings is disclosed not in the average everyday participation by which any given being is involved with its world; nor is Being that which is reducible simply to a mere “presence,” an occupation of lived space and time.

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FACTICITY AND THE DISTINCTION BETWEEN DASEIN AND VORHANDENSEIN

FACTICITY

 

 

 

 

 

One of the fundamental theses of Heidegger’s Being and Time is that the manner of being of the entity he calls Dasein is radically distinct from the mode of being of other entities. The analytic of Dasein is developed from the beginning by contrast to the mode of existence Heidegger calls Vorhandensein:

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LA DETERMINACIÓN DEL NIHILISMO SEGÚN LA HISTORIA DEL SER

NIETZSCHE V

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Ni el reconocimiento del ente como cosa de hecho [Tat-Sache] más elemental (como voluntad de poder) lleva a Nietzsche a pensar el ser en cuanto tal, ni tampoco accede a este pensar por la vía de la interpretación del ser como un «valor necesario», ni tampoco el pensamiento del «eterno retorno de lo mismo» se convierte en un impulso para pensar la eternidad como instante desde lo súbito del despejado presenciar, el retorno como modo del presenciar y ambos, de acuerdo con su proveniencia esencial, desde el «tiempo» inicial [an-fänglich]. [ii]

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EKSTASIS AND EKSTEMA

HEIDEGGER 23

 

 

 

 

 

To see how this may have come about, let us quickly recapitulate Heidegger’s account of Dasein’s threefold ekstasis in Being and Time.

As ahead of itself, Dasein is becoming its ownmost possibility.

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DASEIN

 

Heidegger’s destruktion of Cartesian metaphysics stands as one of his most arguably revolutionary and monumental contributions to philosophical thinking in Being and Time. 

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THE ANATOMY OF NEGATION:THE METAONTOLOGICAL EXCEPTION

METAONTOLOGICAL EXCEPTION

 

 

 

 

 

The question, then, is whether, given its anti-phenomenological structure, presentation obtains in any situation other than the ontological situation. In this regard, it is crucial to note that only the ontological situation, i.e. the set-theoretical axiomatic as presentation of presentation, is capable of remaining rigorously faithful to the injunction that the One is not:

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THE ANATOMY OF NEGATION:ANTI-PHENOMENON

ANTI-PHENOMENON

 

 

 

 

 

Presentation gives rise to an effect of unification, but is not itself unified because it is split between the consistency of multiple-entities (presented in terms of belonging) and its own inconsistent being, which is to say the non-being of the count insofar as it manifests a point of indiscernibility with the being-nothing of the void.

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