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      A teoria nietzschiana da vontade Translated title: The Nietzschean theory of will

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          Resumo O artigo procura mostrar como Nietzsche, a partir de um exame detalhado da fenomenologia do querer, constrói um argumento a favor de sua tese revisionista de que a nossa experiência do querer não rastreia uma relação causal real com nossos atos, disso resultando o colapso da ideia mesma de responsabilidade moral no sentido exigido pelas teorias incompatibilistas da liberdade da vontade. Uma premissa importante do argumento de Nietzsche depende de um Doutrina dos Tipos, segundo a qual todos os nossos pensamentos conscientes têm um estatuto de epifenômeno em relação à psicologia inconsciente e à fisiologia do agente, que por sua vez remete ao tipo psicofísico ao qual cada indivíduo deve ser vinculado. Por fim, procura-se mostrar que a teoria nietzschiana da vontade antecipa certos resultados da psicologia empírica contemporânea.

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          Abstract The article intends to make explicit how Nietzsche, on the basis of an examination of the wanting phenomenology, composes an argument for his revisionist thesis that our wanting experience does not trace a real causal relation with our acts, the result of this being the breakdown of very ideia of moral responsibility in the direction requried by incompatibilists theories of will. An important premise of Nietzsche’s argument depends on a Theory of Types, according to which all our conscious thinkings have an epiphenomenical statute regarding unconscious psychology and agent’s physiology, which in turn traces to psychophysical types to which every individual must be linked. Finally it attempts to show that Nietzschean theory of will anticipates some results of contemporary empirical psychology.

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                Role: ND
                Journal
                cniet
                Cadernos Nietzsche
                Cad. Nietzsche
                Grupo de Estudos Nietzsche (São Paulo, SP, Brazil )
                1413-7755
                2316-8242
                December 2017
                : 38
                : 3
                : 17-49
                Affiliations
                [1] Illnois orgnameUniversity of Chicago orgdiv1The Law School United States bleiter@ 123456uchicago.edu
                Article
                S2316-82422017000300017
                10.1590/2316-82422017v3803bl
                471731c7-f7ce-44d2-9d1d-a1e39baf0854

                This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial 4.0 International License.

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                : 10 April 2017
                : 19 July 2017
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                Doutrina dos tipos,Fenomenologia do querer,causalidade,moral,Doctrine of Types,phenomenology of willing,causality

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