Philosophia Scientiae 12 (2):51-63 (2008)

My paper pursues two objectives 1) I show first that for Nietzsche, the questions of the body and of the Renaissance are closely linked to his definition of new norms or values for humanity. 2) I then delineate the paradox represented by thought that is anchored in humanism, but derives in a terrifying form of anti-humanism—which coincides with a will to impose theses norms.RésuméCet article a deux objectifs : 1) montrer que la question du corps et celle de la Renaissance sont étroitement liées au projet nietzschéen de poser de nouvelles normes ou valeurs pour l'humanité ; 2) souligner le paradoxe d'une pensée ancrée dans l'humanisme, et dérivant dans une forme terrifiante d'antihumanisme — qui coïncide avec une volonté d'imposer ces normes
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