Nietzsche y el pathos de la verdad
Authors: Greta Rivara Kamaji
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Throughout the twentieth century, language became a central topic for Philoso-phy. The past century was that of Heidegger, thanks to his famous shift of the problem of existence to the problem of language; of Gadamer, for his monumental formulation of philosophical hermeneutics; and of Ricœur, for his long way. However, all of this does not constitute solely an insight of twentieth centurythinkers, but rather the reception of an inheritance, I believe, is the legacy of Friedrich Nietzsche. In this article I examine the way Nietzsche was able to put in crisis, by introducing the problem of truth in the field of language, that Reason which believed to be in full possession of itself and of what is real. By placing the truth in the field of language and, therefore, interpretation and perspective, what Nietzsche claimed was the need to build a rationality infused in historicity and finitude, a conception of life as a donation of meaning. In so doing, what Nietzsche unveiled was the ontological power of language.