Infinito y tiempo en Nietzsche

La noción de infinito se presenta en Nietzsche en estrecha relación con la noción de tiempo y en el contexto del intento de construir una cosmología vinculada con su hipótesis del eterno retorno. En esta cosmología no encaja una concepción circular del tiempo. Para Nietzsche el tiempo es una serie infinita de cíclicos períodos idénticos. Por ello, y pese a una muy extendida interpretación, es preciso concluir que la hipótesis nietzscheana del eterno retorno es incompatible con una concepción circular del tiempo.The notion of infinity is presented in Nietzsche closely with the notion of time and in the context of attempt to construct a cosmology linked to his hypothesis of the eternal recurrence. A circular conception of time does not fit in this cosmology. For Nietzsche the time is an infinite series of identical cyclical periods. Therefore, despite a widespread interpretation, we must conclude that the Nietzschean hypothesis of eternal recurrence is inconsistent with a circular conception of time
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