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By Friedrich Nietzsche

Siguiendo un consejo de Heinrich Köselitz, Nietzsche llega a Turín a principios de abril de 1888. En esta ciudad, a excepción de su ordinary estancia estival en Sils-Maria, pasará sus últimos meses de vida consciente. En Turín, Nietzsche cree alcanzar por fin su destino. Abandona definitivamente el proyecto de exposición sistemática de su filosofía y se lanza a escribir una serie de breves escritos polémicos, al tiempo que rememora los acontecimientos de su vida. Es su presentación en los angeles gran escena intelectual europea: el inicio de l. a. gran política y de una nueva cronología... En un estado de euforia rayano en el éxtasis, Nietzsche se hunde definitivamente en l. a. locura.El presente libro recoge el conjunto de anotaciones de Nietzsche a partir de su llegada a Turín. Una amplia selección epistolar, que incluye los angeles correspondencia con August Strindberg y las denominadas cartas de locura, permiten al lector seguir paso a paso el proceso de disolución de l. a. mente y los angeles obra de Nietzsche.

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15 3. What can myth contribute that philosophy cannot? 4. And the more central question for my analysis: what is the relationship between myth and philosophy when they appear in a philosophical text (in this case, the dialogues of Plato)? I expand by exploring deeper questions: 1. What are the dynamics at play in a philosophical text when two genres are combined? 2. How and why would a philosopher need to look closer at the hybrid nature and structure of an argument? 3. What unconventional elements feature in arguments and how do they strengthen analysis?

Regardless of its short history, myth studies functions in a network involving disciplines such as philosophy, anthropology, aesthetics, sociology, philology, and literature. 68 A significant and influential tradition exists that occupies a special place in modern intellectual history. The emergence of modern mythography is relevant to philosophical investigations when one considers the following: the philosophers who posed central questions throughout the tradition; the philosophical context of significant topics and problems; and influential responses from philosophers.

2 Mutual Scaffolding: Unifying Myth and Philosophy The distinction between definition and function is illuminating in relation to my analysis of myth. Rather than approaching the topic of myth with a general definition of genre, I concentrate on the function of myth in unique contexts; that is, the various functions of Platonic myths are determined by specific philosophical concerns and the thematic, discursive, and literary factors conditioning them. For many commentators, a particular definition of myth determines interpretation of its use and what it stands for in Plato’s philosophy.

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