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I think that his philosophy is based on the fact that " every thing is interpretative" . There is no fact, no thing such as truth, etc. It's like the child saying why all the time. You can answer one, two, three time, but in the end, There is never a real foundation of what we could call truth, facts... But this "theory" could also be an ...


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Two different criticisms of the thing-in-itself can be found in Nietzsche's work, a good review is Riccardi, Nietzsche’s critique of Kant’s thing in itself. Both criticisms argue that the idea is inconsistent. The first, more straightforward one, can be found in Gay Science and is sketched in the OP. It is that Kant applies the notion of causality to infer ...


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Nietzsche's first disagreement is with Plato's ideal forms. In the parable of the cave, these forms were the ideals illuminated by the sun. Nietzsche claimed that rather than values illuminated from without, each person should make their own determination of values. The idea that the value of something subsists in itself is Kant's thing-in-itself (das Ding ...


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A good point-of-entry into the level of analysis you're after is Kant's situation of intuition in relation to other "similar" terms: We are in no want of words to denominate adequately every mode of representation, without the necessity of encroaching upon terms which are proper to others. The following is a graduated list of them. The genus is ...


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