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BARELLI, María Cecilia. La crítica nietzscheana a Kant: el "instinto del teólogo alemán". Cuad. Sur, Filos. [online]. 2001, n.31-32, pp. 137-154. ISSN 2362-2989.

In this paper we shall analyze Nietzsche's critique of Kant's moral subject taking as a starting point the meaning that Kant himself gave to the "ding an sich" in the decisive moment of the transition from speculative philosophy to practice. This meaning was not overlooked by Nietzsche, whose objections largely refer to the formulation of that notion, as in it he would perceive the theological intentions that led Kant to single out a faculty such as the "praktische Vernunft" and, through it, legitimize an ethics based on the idea of God.

Palabras llave : Critisch; Nietzsche; Kant.

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