SOBRE DEBATE Y SOBRE LENGUAJE…

VERTEZZ“Por lo cual en sí, el lenguaje hablado y escrito, en una vestidura omnicompren-siva tiene que poder ser aniquilado, en una búsqueda extensiva de la singulari-dad.”

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NIENTISMI

VERTIX

La búsqueda radical de la anulación de formas “prácticas” del lenguaje, quiere y tiene que ser también la anulación de un lenguaje moral. La pre-eminencia de la “nadificiación” de cada saber normalizante es una de las innumerables exploraciones que el Nihilismo Egotista debe alcanzar como negación de los opuestos “oppositi”(i): abrir una brecha a quien anhela la afirmación de las propias “Malas Pasiones”

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SCARIFICAZIONE E SMEMBRAMENTO IN UN ATONO INTERPRE-TATIVO

SCARIFICAZIONEZ

 

 

 

 

 

La scarificazione accentua il de-perimento e l’alterazione nell’uso determinato del linguaggio umano societario.

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IL LINGUAGGIO UMBRATILE

UMBRATILE

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Si può pensare alla teoria critica del linguaggio di Nietzsche come ad una revisione della concezione platonica del linguaggio. Revisione influenzata sostanzialmente dalla ricezione, prima di tutto filosofica, che Nietzsche ebbe delle concezioni linguistiche esplicitamente elaborate o indirettamente presenti nella cultura preplatonica.

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SELF-ABUNDANCE

STIRNIET

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Stirner’s concern with the ‘antediluvian’ nature of the language that he was forced to use is implicit on every page of his book, and is explicit in dozens of important contexts. Repeatedly, he found that the old words and logic (aristotelian) frustrated the clear expression of his radical process ideas.

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TYRANNY OF ALTRUISM

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In contradistinction to those fanatics who love ‘man,’ the abstraction, but who torture individual men in order to win converts to their several faiths, Stirner exposes the hidden hate in the tyranny of ‘altruism.’

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OPERATIONAL ETHICS

 OPERATIONAL ETHICS

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

In showing that most of his contemporaries were ‘haunted’ by verbal and mystical sanctions, Stirner exposed himself to attack. His emphasis upon the things called ‘force,’ ‘might,’ and ‘power’ — as his tools, as ‘egoistic’ tools — only added to the number and bitterness of his critics.

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THE TRANSITORY EGOIST

STIRNIET

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

While the involuntary egoist is thus preoccupied with ‘creating sanctuaries that must not be touched,’ the transitory egoist travels with much less metaphysical baggage. For this reason, Stirner starts and finishes his book with a quotation from Goethe: ‘All things are nothing to me’ (literally: ‘I have set my affair on nothing’).

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THE FICTION OF ALTRUISM

FICTION

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Since Stirner rejects ‘altruism,’ as non-existent except as a high-order abstraction, all individuals are by his formulation self-motivated or ‘egoistical.’ And he recognises two kinds of egoists:14 the ‘transitory’ and the ‘involuntary.’

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LA VERITÀ EXTRALINGUISTICA DI PLATONE

RETORICO UMAN

 

 

 

 

 

Il dialogo platonico, riferito al nome dell’eracliteo Cratilo, ha come oggetto di discussione il problema del linguaggio valutato da diversi punti di vista e ruotante attorno all’argomento fondamentale della correttezza dei nomi (orthotes ton onomaton) e del rapporto tra verità e linguaggio.

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