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El nacimiento de la tragedia

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  • Author: Friedrich Nietzsche
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Este primer libro del filósofo alemán Friedrich Wilhelm Nietzsche fue muy controvertido en su tiempo ya que no sólo expone de forma sistemática el contenido de su estudio de los griegos, sino que también empieza a moldear su filosofía, que ya estaba influida por los pensamientos de Schopenhauer y por la música y el concepto de la misma de Richard Wagner.

En sentido nietzscheano, este libro sirve entre otras para explicar la convivencia de la tragedia en la antigua Grecia (concepto distinto al que tenemos hoy de tragedia), la afirmación recíproca de la vida y el eterno retorno. 

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