Estaurologiá dionisiáca. nietzsche y las metamorfosis mundanas del cristianismo

Translated title of the contribution: Dionysian staurology. Nietzsche and the "mundane metamorphoses" of Christianity

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This work is an attempt to approach the problem of the relationships between Niet-zschean thought and Christianity from a reflective philosophical and theological point of view. Which Christianity was attacked by Nietzsche? Departing from an article by Karl Lowith and a book chapter by Jean-Luc Marion, the subject shows all of its complexities. Nietzsche's critical view was directed mainly against modern moral Christianity, against the mundane metamorphoses of Christianity in his time. We must however not exclude another aspect: The critical and parasitic relationship which Nietzschean thought may hold with the Christianity of ecclesial dogma.

Translated title of the contributionDionysian staurology. Nietzsche and the "mundane metamorphoses" of Christianity
Original languageSpanish
Pages (from-to)599-620
Number of pages22
Issue number3
Publication statusPublished - 2019


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