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Natureza, caos e transformação: para uma antropologia filosófica transformadora

Lemm, Vanessa 2020, Natureza, caos e transformação: para uma antropologia filosófica transformadora, Cadernos Nietzsche, vol. 41, no. 3, pp. 29-48, doi: 10.1590/2316-82422020v4103vl.

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Title Natureza, caos e transformação: para uma antropologia filosófica transformadora
Author(s) Lemm, VanessaORCID iD for Lemm, Vanessa orcid.org/0000-0002-8444-0470
Journal name Cadernos Nietzsche
Volume number 41
Issue number 3
Start page 29
End page 48
Total pages 20
Publisher Departamento de Filosofia da USP
Place of publication Sao Paulo, Brasil
Publication date 2020-09
ISSN 1413-7755
2316-8242
Keyword(s) antropologia
natureza
cultura
humano
anthropology
nature
culture
human being
Summary Resumo: O objetivo deste artigo é esboçar os traços de uma antropologia nietzschiana que sustente um processo de transformação humana. Na primeira parte, antropologia literária, argumento que sua antropologia resgata a noção grega arcaica da natureza como arte ou cultura. Na segunda parte, antropologia científica, apresento o método científico de Nietzsche e de Freud em sua aproximação filosófica da questão da natureza. Na terceira e última parte, antropologia transformadora, discuto o desafio da renaturalização do ser humano, isto é, compreender não apenas o que somos como seres humanos, mas também do que podemos nos tornar, questão que ilustro apelando para a ideia do “além-do-homem” de Nietzsche.
 
Abstract: The purpose of this article is to sketch traces of a Nietzschean anthropology that supports a process of human transformation. In the first part, literary anthropology, I argue that his anthropology recovers Greek notion of nature as art and culture. In the second part, scientific anthropology, I present Nietzsche’s and Freud’s scientific method and its philosophical approach to the question of nature. In the third part, transformational anthropology, I discuss the challenge of renaturalizing human being, i. e., of understanding not only what we are as human beings, but also what we might become, issue that I illustrate by relating it to the Nietzschean overman.
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DOI 10.1590/2316-82422020v4103vl
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HERDC Research category C1.1 Refereed article in a scholarly journal
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