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  • Benedetta Zavatta
Benedetta Zavatta
Italia
Núm. 21 (2021): Nietzsche y la educación, Artículos, Páginas 127-150
DOI: https://doi.org/10.24310/EstudiosNIETen.vi21.13600
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Este artículo ilustra el concepto de educación de Nietzsche tal como emerge en las Consideraciones intempestivas, se desarrolla en las obras del período medio (Aurora, Humano, demasiado humano I y II, La Gaya ciencia) y culmina en Así habló Zaratustra. También discute la crítica de Nietzsche a las instituciones educativas de su tiempo y la idea alternativa de educar con el ejemplo. Finalmente, la posibilidad y utilidad de utilizar algunas de las ideas de Nietzsche para la enseñanza contemporánea- especialmente el ideal de superación y superación personal -, se evaluará y discutirá críticamente con los estudiosos que han tratado este tema.

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