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Dostoevsky overcomes nihilism: Luigi Pareyson reads The Brothers Karamazov
Título de la revista: WROCLAWSKI PRZEGLAD TEOLOGICZNY
ISSN: 1231-1731
Volumen: 29
Número: 1
Páginas: 393 - 491
Fecha de publicación: 2021
Resumen:
stoevsky¿s novels are pure philosophy,¿ declared Luigi Pareyson (1918¿1991), an Italian existentialist. He presents a Christian Dostoevsky capable of overcoming the nihilistic onslaught of a post-Christian culture, both in its harshest and ¿weaker¿ and postmodern versions. Nietzsche finds a good antagonist in Dosto-evsky, who, being earlier in time, will be able to overcome Nihilism. Before being a Christian, the Russian novelist had already descended into hell out of nowhere, in his exile in Siberia. He survived this ordeal ¿ which inevitably led him to nowhere ¿ and paradoxically found Jesus Christ. That is why his novels and his ideas can offer a shelter at this turn of the millennium