Consideration of the corporeal existence of a man in F. Nietzsche’s ethics

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The article examines the tradition of considering the conception of corporeal existence of a man in Nietzsche’s thought and suggests the possible ethical aspect of this idea. The concept of the body is specified by considering the symbolic meaning of this concept in the context of the idea of being responsible “here and now”, of philosophy of gesture, of deconstruction of the unconscious motive of thought and morality, of the Nietzsche’s theory of the eternal recurrence.

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A A Kosorukova

Peoples’ Friendship University of Russia

Department of Ethics Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences


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