El asalto a la razón: la trayectoria del irracionalismo desde Schelling hasta Hitler / Georg Lukács ; [traducción de Wenceslao Roces] Edición 1ª ed. en español. Libros de Segunda Mano – Pensamiento – Filosofía: Georg lukács. el asalto a la razón. la trayectoria del irracionalismo de schelling a hitler. Compra, venta . Libros de Segunda Mano – Pensamiento – Filosofía: Lukács, georg. el asalto a la razón: la trayectoria del irracionalismo desde schelling hasta hitler. Compra.

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Since such commentators as Kaufmann e. This alone enabled him to comprehend and define prevailing tendencies because, lacking any understanding of capitalist economics, he was solely capable of observing, describing and expressing the symptoms of the superstructure. The subsequent thesis contains, on the basis of the same reflections upon the fragility and vulnerability of the higher type, a bland denial of any development in nature and history.

Only when Nietzsche had over come this illusion did he adopt a dismissive attitude of increasing sharpness towards Darwin and Darwinism. But we can already confirm some important changes at this stage. Thus he wrote in The Genealogy of Morals This, however, is merely the result of the aphoristic mode of expression.

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He was, on the contrary, idealizing those egotistic tendencies in the declining bourgeoisie that were burgeoning in his own lifetime and ,a truly, universally prevalent in the imperialist period.

There is no need, we think, to go into any further details of Nietzschean epistemology and its application. Behind all these noble breeds there lukacd no mistaking the beast of prey, the magnificent blond beast in greedy search of spoils and conquest All decadent attributes were to be converted into tools for a militant advocacy of capitalism, and the decadents them selves into activists supporting the — both outwardly and inwardly — aggressive and barbaric imperialist cause.

Of course there exist differences between Schopenhauer and Nietzsche, growing ever deeper as Nietzsche clarified his efforts in the course of his development. Maybe mankind will perish in the process! Here too his position is contradictory, opalescent. Firstly, an oscillation between the most acute feeling for nuance, the keenest over sensitivity, and a suddenly erupting, often hysterical brutality is always an intrinsic sign of decadence.


The Destruction of Reason by Georg Lukacs

It illustrates two asxlto stages in the development of capitalism and, accordingly, in that of bourgeois ideology. It is a general phenomenon in ideological history that thinkers who can observe a social development only in embryo, but who can already perceive the new element in it and who — especially in the moral area — are striving for an intellectual grasp of it prefer the essayistic, aphoristic forms.

The consequences of your doctrine must wreak fearful havoc: Great politics on earth are only beginning with me. His bitterness about the Germany of his time stemmed from its failure to adopt this measure and its continued hesitancy in asapto so.

Other bourgeois commentators were hard put to treat eternal recurrence as a harmless intellectual affair. But this tendency assumed dazon wholly distinctive form only after the first imperialist world war, and after the victory of the great socialist October Revolution in Russia.

These same views influenced the German image of Ancient Greece in the period from Winckelmann to Hegel. For lukkacs own part, Nietzsche gave his blessing to these dialectics; in his Ecce homo he said: Where they do not jump across to the overtly social sphere, as in the above passage, they proceed along well-known Machist lines.

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Hence his often bitterly ironical, scornful criticism of Bismarck, and hence — precisely in the last years of his active life — his opposition to him. Such phantoms as the dignity of man, the dignity of labour are the shabby products of a slave mentality hiding from its own nature.

Confused though this movement may have been, it did embrace wide sections of the more advanced bourgeois intelligentsia. But there is nothing outside the whole! And in those years, the proletarian revolution was already clearly delineated in the Paris Commune. On historical materialism in FeuerbachBerlinp. But an open mythicizing of the natural sciences on this basis — as in the theory of the free will of atomic particles — is, after all, a product of a far more advanced irrationalist subversion of scientific thinking.


So rszon again assalto may clearly observe the contrast with the Enlightenment, with which individual commentators have tried to associate Nietzsche because of his atheism.

Marx to Lassalle, It cannot possibly be regarded as a matter of chance or youthful whim that he wanted to be involved in the war of ; nor that, since a Basle professor could not enlist as a soldier, he at least took part as a volunteer nurse.

Of course it was impossible for this to happen in an even relatively concrete raaon it was only possible on a mythical, universal level. Without a doubt, the class struggle appeared to Nietzsche to be a conflict between higher and lower races. Socially and hence ethically, his mythos was quite unequivocal.

Animality now no longer shocks; a lively and cheerful bravado in favour of the beast in man is, in such times, the most victorious form of mental activity. The important moralists had already criticized — the majority in a progressive way — the morality of capitalism from within an absolutist, feudal society.

Scholars who were conscientious in other areas, only venturing to express themselves after accurately digesting their material, now permitted themselves the most facile assertions, which they had gleaned from other, similarly unfounded expressions of opinion.

So as to avoid repetition, we shall pick out only the motives which complement these statements, and which, indeed, became very significant for the development of the militantly reactionary world-view in the imperialist age.

The fact that the struggle of masters and herd, of nobles and slaves amounts to a mythical counterpart, in caricature form, to the class struggle is not too hard to discern. On the one hand, we read in his Zarathustra notes: