Index Similarities and differences between Nietzsche and Schopenhauer. Greek tragedy as a representation of human existence. The subversion of values. The history of the error at the basis of the decline of modern man. The “death of God” and the birth of the Overman. The will to power. The eternal return and the tremendous moment.Continue reading “F. Nietzsche and the will to power – his influence in psychology and psychopathology.”
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Self-Consciousness: from the particular individual to the universal subject.
Index Self-consciousness and vigilance. Self-activity. Self-identity and unity. Self-boundaries and infinity. Conclusions. Self-consciousness is the feeling of existing (“ I am “). It is self-awareness: an experience lived in each of us without the need for evidence or scientific evidence. When we attribute an existence to ourselves or to another person, we recognize a self-consciousness.Continue reading “Self-Consciousness: from the particular individual to the universal subject.”