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  1. Criticism from Nietzsche to other philosophies of mind
  2. His proposition of a new vision of mind

Nietzsche has a very specific vision of mind and all things coming with it. First, we will defined the classical vision of mind, because it's what Nietzsche criticized. The classical mind is immortal, indestructible and separate from the body. It raise the question of free will and morality.
Nietzsche don't want the disappearance of mind and of dualistic philosophy. He don't believe in it, but according to him, what is important isn't true, what is important is what deserved the will to power, and he construct all his philosophy of mind about it. ?Regardless the value which is attributed at what is true, veridic, uninterested, it may well be that we should recognized at the appearance, at the will to illusion at the egoism and at the desire a greater value and more fundamental for life.? So he analysed different visions of mind and proposed a new conception of it.

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