The Free Spirit and the Nietzsche's Consciousness Concept Criticism Related to the Understanding of the World in Clarice Lispector's oeuvre
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Throughout her short stories and novels, Clarice Lispector presents characters living and acting, as a whole, in a way that composes what Benedito Nunes identifies as a peculiar understanding of the world. The aim of this paper is to make a connection between this Lispector's understanding of the world with some of Nietzsche's philosophical concepts. Whereas, with concepts like free spirit, as well as the consciousness criticism, from which the philosopher suggests a reestablishment of the instinct, it is expressed in philosophy an impossibility that Lispector will perform in literature.