EL ASALTO A LA RAZON GEORG LUKACS PDF
Problemas del realismo – Georg Lukács El asalto a la razón. La trayectoria del irracionalismo desde Schelling hasta Hitler – Georg Lukács. by Lu ka qi; Georg Lukacs.; Wang jiu xing.;. Print book. Chinese El asalto a la razón: la trayectoria del irracionalismo by György Lukács · El asalto a la razón . (). Introduccion General a la Historia de Derecho. Barcelona, Gedisa. LESSIG , , , , , LUKACS, Georg. (). El asalto a la razon.
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Nor would Nietzsche tolerate razno a toning down; once again he levelled against his age the criticism that democracy was blunting the struggle between masters and mob, and that the master-race morality was making too many concessions to slave morality.
One might say that the tattered pieces of dialectics taken over in garbled form from Hegel restore, for Schelling and Kierkegaard, the appearance of a modicum of rational coherence. Granted, we know that even after Hegel academic systems were created Wundt, Razonn, Rickert, etc. Thus Nietzsche was by no means original in his epistemology either; his treatment of individual problems is entirely on the general level of Machism. Granted, Nietzsche too was bent on lukaacs.
Whereas socialism called for both an outward and an inward change of position a break with one s own class plus a reform of personal attitudesno radical reform was needed to conquer decadence in the manner Nietzsche proclaimed. We must not forget that even the young Nietzsche was never a really orthodox disciple of Schopenhauer with regard to radical a-historicism.
Innumerable good-natured, depressed people are the living proof that kindliness is connected with a lessening of vital powers: Occupying a special position in this development, Nietzsche carried religious atheism far beyond the Schopenhauerian stage.
At last we have stable foundations on which the whole future can safely build! But in the case of honest intellectuals, these often turned into sincere despair and a consequent mood of revolt Messianism, etc.
It may be postulated as a general statement that the decline of bourgeois ideology set in with the end of the revolution.
Socially and hence ethically, his mythos was quite unequivocal. But his significance went further: They have the function of removing all moral restraints with a view to the ruthless termination of this social conflict. This formulation, of course, already points towards the fascist takeover of bourgeois ideology. asaltp
All this contains an explicit avowal of belief in a revival of barbarity as the means of saving mankind. Lara Ostaric – – Philosophisches Jahrbuch 1: It is at any rate characteristic that his sister although we must view her statements in a highly critical light recorded the following memory of the war.
Here too we must refrain from taking tone and style as our criterion, or else we could easily say with Baeumler: Another point to consider is that the bourgeois philosophers ceased to possess any first-hand knowledge when the great arguments over objectives within the bourgeoisie abated.
Die Zerstörung der Vernunft der Weg des Irrationalismus von Schelling Zu Hitler
geog We know too that the demise of the system in bourgeois thought prompted the outbreak of a bottomless relativism and agnosticism, as though the now obligatory renunciation of idealist systematizing were at the same time to mean renouncing the objectivity of knowledge, a real coherence of the actual world, and the possibility of knowing this.
Mehring was quite right to point out that his arguments against socialism never surpassed the level of Leo, Treitschke, etc. The chief manifestations of decadence he perceived quite correctly: Strauss with praising Darwinism in general terms without having the courage to apply it rigorously to moral problems, and so taking refuge in a form of idealism. But such talk was growing increasingly apologetic and dissembling, becoming more asaalto more obliged to hush up, gloss over and misrepresent the actual facts of social life and their immanent contradictions.
The ideological consequences of these events were very widespread. This consigning of it to the background is understandable if we consider at the same time the evolutionist tendencies of this transitional phase that we stressed earlier.
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. How far these views were associated with reactionary illusions about the socialist ban is indicated by the new and final turn they took.
For Nietzsche, there is only one way that some thing purposeful can come of this: He subordinated all the principal contents of his thought to the needs of this battle; he always allowed these needs to dictate the content. Let us just point out once more that Nietzsche never, of course, rejected equality out of general ethical considerations; his attitude was the direct result of his stance with regard to democracy, revolution and socialism, which to his mind were necessary fruits of the dominion of Christianity.
This change manifested itself above all in a complacent, narcissistic, playful relativism, pessimism, nihilism, etc. And in going beyond the philosophy of Schopenhauer he followed the same direction.
Indeed it was even capable of making a strong impression on some Marxist intellectuals. If we have some end in view we must also wish for the means. And it was by no means limited to the reactionary part of the intelligentsia.
In The Will to Power he wrote: Kaufmann, arzon instance, treated Nietzsche as the consummator of great philosophy after Descartes indeed after Aristotleintending to depict him as carrying on the Enlightenment traditions. His bitterness about the Germany of his time stemmed from its failure to adopt this measure and its continued hesitancy in doing so. Hence in the epistemological field, too, he became the leading ideologist of the militant reactionaries.
The Destruction of Reason by Georg Lukacs
For him epistemology was only a tool whose character and disposition were dictated by the purposes it served. This enthusiasm is one of the most significant factors in his early philosophy. But we can study the actual content of this shift only in the more detailed statements of the last works and sketches, where its real asalo are voiced with Nietzschean candour.