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Cadernos Nietzsche

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Abstract

NASSER, Eduardo. Transfigurations of the past: aspects of problem of time in Nietzsche’s Second Untimely Meditation. Cad. Nietzsche [online]. 2017, vol.38, n.2, pp.57-95. ISSN 1413-7755.  http://dx.doi.org/10.1590/2316-82422017v3802en.

The Second Untimely Meditations was received within the philosophical contemporary scene as a singular work of the nietzschean thought, which serves as a turning point from the abstract time to the experienced time; his greatest virtue would have been to evidence the future as a dominant temporal mode in the human existence. Although, I intend to show that, in this work, Nietzsche is in fact interested in combating the devastating effects of the perception of time to man - a problem that already followed him - finding, for this, precious resources in a valued appropriation of History.

Keywords : time; becoming; History; value; Science; causality.

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