Nietzsche, Language, metaphoricity

By accepting the necessity of language's "truthlessness," Nietzsche argues, one can transform deception into artistic creation: Langauge, in its inherent metaphoricity, infuses life with the aesthetic spirit, establishing poetic license, not truth or validity, as the ruling principle of existence.

[Gray 455]






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