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Riccardo Roni
University of Urbino
Italia
Núm. 21 (2021): Nietzsche y la educación, Artículos, Páginas 67-87
DOI: https://doi.org/10.24310/EstudiosNIETen.vi21.13715
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In this article I am focusing on the problem of greatness and on the social destiny of strong individuals in some moments of Nietzsche’s reflection, investigating the ethical-pedagogical implications of this assumption, without neglecting the importance of the historical experience. On this basis, I value Nietzsche’s attempt to reconfigure subjectivity and intersubjective relations through new models of coexistence (even in democratic contexts marked by decadence), by appealing to the human capacity for self-overcoming, in accordance with the demands of a “concrete reason” which makes explicit the multiple ways of being in the world.

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