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BARELLI, María Cecilia. ¿Una vuelta a la tragedia? Análisis de las ideas nietzscheanas de juventud. Cuad. Sur, Filos. [online]. 2006, n.35, pp. 95-117. ISSN 1668-7434.

In the present work, the Greek tragedy will be analyzed from Nietzsche's philosophical perspective. His early writing will be focused upon, especially the Birth of Tragedy. Here, the philosopher proposes an interpretation of tragedy per se and of "the tragic" in direct relation to "science" and fundamentally to "life" as the point of view, or rather the chosen criterion to examine such artistic expressions. Firstly, the confrontation of the two conception of the world that Nietzsche will visualize not only in the old world, but also in his own lifetime are studied. Namely, the tragic conception of life, whose most noticeable testimony is the Greek tragedy, and its withdrawal upon the appearance of "rationalistic optimism", whose emblematic figures are Socrates and Euripides. Upon the advancement of the "socratic" conception, Nietzsche considers the possibility of restoring in his own time the sense of "the tragic" through his own philosophy. In this respect, we are interested in determining the role Nietzsche himself assumes in diagnosing his own times.

Palabras llave : Nietzsche; Tragedy; Philosophy.

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