Del nihilismo y su paradoja

Abstract

The multiple faces of nihilism make its definition arduous, perhaps not its qualification, since it has been elevated to the category of disease of Western culture; Thus, although the absolute values are typical of the most diverse and dissimilar communities and their worldviews, the West has been particularly sensitive to “the devaluation of all supreme values” (Maldonado, 2002, p. 113).Las múltiples caras del nihilismo hacen ardua su definición, tal vez no así su calificación, pues ha sido elevado a la categoría de enfermedad de la cultura occidental; así, aunque los valores absolutos sean propios de las más diversas y disímiles comunidades y sus visiones de mundo, Occidente ha sido particularmente sensible a “la desvalorización de todos los valores supremos” (Maldonado, 2002, p. 113)

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