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Nietzsche e l'Italia

An original viewpoint and a continuous intertwining were the two main features of the congress in Pisa.The presentations managed effectively to analyse from a new point of view matters which often have been central for Nietzsche studies (such as connections with art, politics, music and poetry): through an accurate historical focus on the bel paese, some sides of these matters have been investigated and debated so as to gain a significant approach to Nietzsche's original intents. The lecturers, as regards this, appear to have fully understood what the congress aimed at: reconstructing the nature of the bond between the German philosopher and Italy in order to add a new hermeneutical tool to the general understanding of Nietzsche's legacy. Analysing Nietzsche's considerations about the Renaissance (Campioni) therefore has been a chance to identify the seeds of the rupture with Wagner, while the reactions to Raffaello and Bernini (Fornari) allowed to evaluate the development of Nietzsche's idea of art. The philosopher's interpretation of Machiavelli (Ciccarelli) and his thoughts about the Reformation and Mazzini's revolutionary programs (Orsucci) have been the starting point to meditate on whether Nietzsche's perspective should or should not be seen as political. Examining Leopardi's parabola (Polizzi) some considerations have been made about the philosopher's complex relations with poetry and literature. Moreover, musical moments accompanied explanations regarding the development in Nietzsche's relations with some important composers (Zacchini) and it has finally been dealt with the significance -more or less relevant- of the places, such as Sorrento and Genova, where the philosopher completed some of his works (D'Iorio and Vivarelli). Connections with Carnival (Santini) and with Rome ruins (including the papacy ones) (Gentili) have been brought back to their correct relevance; Nietzsche's last conscious moment of life (his well-known stay in Torino) has been defined with more accuracy (Lupo). As a result of the strong and natural centripetal tendency standing behind these matters there have been continuous references among the different presentations and the lecturers appreciated this systematic intertwining which has distinguished the conference, leading to a deeper understanding of Nietzsche's thought thanks to this innovative "Italian" point of view.

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