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Kriterion: Revista de Filosofia

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ITAPARICA, André Luís Mota. As objeções de Nietzsche ao conceito de coisa em si. Kriterion [online]. 2013, vol.54, n.128, pp.307-320. ISSN 0100-512X.  http://dx.doi.org/10.1590/S0100-512X2013000200003.

Among the Kantian issues discussed by Nietzsche, the traditional problem of the status of the thing-in-itself is particularly relevant to the formulation of his own philosophy. For this reason, Nietzsche's comprehension of this problem has also become one of the most debated and controversial subjects among his interpreters. There is a general trend among them to identify in Nietzsche's philosophy a path that would lead him from the assumption of a concept of thing-in-itself in his youth to a denial of the thing-in-itself, in his late philosophy, what is regarded as a contradictory conception. The disagreement among them takes place when it is called into question if the concept of thing-in-itself that Nietzsche denies is exactly what Kant meant by thing-in-itself. My purpose is to discuss this issue by means of a study of three objections made by Nietzsche to the concept of thing-in-itself, taking the historical aspects of the problem, as well as the solutions offered by the secondary literature, into consideration.

Keywords : Nietzsche; Kant; thing-in-itself.

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