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4. Sketch of a combined interpretation
5. An internal critique of "Truth and Lie"
1. The rejection of the thing-in-itself
3. The error of the "true world"
2. Perspectivism and representationalism
3. Perspectivism and incommensurability
5. Other interpretations of perspectivism
1. Nietzsche's opposition to the ascetic ideal
2. Philosophers and the ascetic ideal
3. Metaphysics and the ascetic ideal
4. Truth and the ascetic ideal
5. Overcoming the ascetic ideal
1. Will to power as metaphysics
1. The irrelevance of the truth of recurrence
2. The published texts
3. Does it matter if we recur?
5. The evaluation of Nietzsche's ideal
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RES. - Philosophy - Philosophers - 1990 (p. 312) - Nietzsche-Truth&Philosophy

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Nietzsche's philosophy of truth & philosphy
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