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SALCIDO MACIAS, Mónica. Nietzsche filólogo. Ambivalencias de una Grecia subterránea. Sig. Fil [online]. 2008, vol.10, n.19, pp. 95-113. ISSN 1665-1324.

We reflect in this paper on the meaning of the nietzschean interpretation of Greece, that although problematic and philosophical, it places itself within the classical western tradition. By determining the intellectual atmosphere in which the "Birth of tragedy" saw its light, we postulate that the German thinker cannot be classified as an "anticlassicist", but as a "neo-hellenist" in whose work we find a struggle between two currents: classical orthodox philology and romantic philology, developing a new type of philology that reconciles reason with art, through a philosophical conception that searches for a deep insight of self-existence within the hellenic world.

Palabras llave : antiquity; "anticlassicist"; classic philology; philosophy; neohellenism.

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