Discurso 28:145-158 (1997)

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O artigo pretende mostrar que o pensamento do eterno retorno do mesmo de Nietzsche não é seu pensamento mais abismal (abgründlicher). como diz Ecce homo. mas na verdade tem um Grund (fundamento) bem localizado na filosofia de Schopenhauer. em especial nos textos estéticos
Keywords Schopenhauer, Nietzsche, vontade, mundo fenomênico, eterno retorno
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DOI 10.11606/issn.2318-8863.discurso.1997.38022
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