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Nietzsche e a causalidade como ficção representativa

Nietzsche e a causalidade como ficção representativa

Wigson Rafael Silva da Costa and Roberto de Almeida Pereira de Barros, “Nietzsche e a causalidade como ficção representativa,” in The Insides of Nature: Causality and Conceptions of Nature, ed. Álvaro Balsas and Bruno Nobre, Axioma Studies in Philosophy of Nature and in Philosophy and History of Science 4 (Braga: Axioma - Publicações da Faculdade de Filosofia, 2020), 221–40, https://doi.org/10.17990/Axistudies/2020_04_221.

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Nietzsche e a causalidade como ficção representativa

Type Book Section
Editor Álvaro Balsas
Editor Bruno Nobre
Author Wigson Rafael Silva da Costa
Author Roberto de Almeida Pereira de Barros
URL https://doi.org/10.17990/Axistudies/2020_04_221
Rights © 2020 Aletheia - Associação Científica e Cultural
Series Axioma Studies in Philosophy of Nature and in Philosophy and History of Science
Place Braga
Publisher Axioma - Publicações da Faculdade de Filosofia
Pages 221-240
ISBN 978-972-697-319-5
Date 2020
Series Number 4
Language Portuguese
Abstract Although in technically Friedrich Nietzsche is not considered a philosopher of science, it seems to us undeniable that scientific practice has brought him fruitful reflections on problems that would be confronted by thinkers in the following centuries. Attentive to the science of his time, especially in what concerns physics and biology, Nietzsche realizes that many scientists still maintain the belief in the notion of causality, as a means of providing knowledge of reality in ontological sense. From scrutiny of his work, it is noted that Nietzsche sustains that the “overestimation of causality” is anchored in the belief in the “self” as acting. Influenced by the physics of Ruggero Boscovich and by the philosophies of Arthur Schopenhauer and Friedrich Lange, Nietzsche defends the fictional character of the notion of causality, taking it as incapable of serving as a compelling premisse to support the construction of an ontological representation of the world. From the historical point of view this notion, he argues, is above all an useful fiction – an impulse that contributes to ordering a chaotic world – which was at the beginning used to serve the development and survival of the human species.
Book Title The Insides of Nature: Causality and Conceptions of Nature
Date Added 6/4/2020, 3:08:37 PM
Modified 6/4/2020, 4:04:51 PM

Tags:

  • artificial systems,
  • Boscovich,
  • causality,
  • cognition,
  • determinism,
  • Friedrich Nietzsche
  • History of Science
  • metaphysics
  • natural systems,
  • Philosophy of Nature
  • Philosophy of Physics
  • philosophy of science
  • teaching learning process,
  • transdisciplinary approach

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