Toma-se a crítica de Nietzsche a Sócrates como um caso exemplar que mostra os dois sentidos fundamentais da crítica nietzscheana: (i) a crítica nietzscheana consiste em censura e em elogio de modo dual, ou seja, censura e elogio são aspectos da crítica; e (ii) ao criticar alguém, Nietzsche está, igualmente, se autocriticando
Keywords Nietzsche. Socrates. Critic. Self-criticism. Duality.  Nietzsche. Sócrates. Crítica. Autocrítica. Dualidade
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