Perspectivism and identity: Literature, interpretation and appropriation of personal identity

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© 2018 Universidad de Murcia Servicio de Publicaciones. All rights reserved. The two questions this paper deals with an approach to Nietzsche's texts. The first one is:how can be read the Nietzsche's sentence that there are no facts, only interpretations? And the second one is: what can be proposed instead of the subject to think personal identity? This approach is divided in four parts, each one answering a question and taking into account the conflict of interpretation and the ubiquity of language; the consequences of perspectivism for personal identity; the construction of identity as a half-way process between discovering and creating; and the aesthetical proposal of personal identity as an ethic option different to traditional morals.
Idioma originalInglés estadounidense
PublicaciónTonos Digital
EstadoPublicada - 1 ene 2018

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interpretation
moral philosophy
literature
Appropriation
Perspectivism
Personal Identity
language
Friedrich Nietzsche
Language
Murcia

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Perspectivism and identity: Literature, interpretation and appropriation of personal identity. / Ángel, Juan Edilberto Rendón; Zapata, Daniel Castaño.

En: Tonos Digital, 01.01.2018.

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