Nietzsche X Saramago: an analogy Alessandra Garuzzi (UEPA) Summary In this article was intended to identify to similar thoughts regarding the same Christianity and on the existence or not of Jesus Christ in the workmanships the Evangelho According to Jesus Christ, of Jose Saramago, and the Antichrist, of Nietzsche. The fact is standed out of that these authors had lived at distinct times e, consequentemente, in different social situations in the same way, something that could make them to divergir in its opinions on similar subjects. Word-key: Christianity, Jesus Christ, Nietzsche, Saramago. Secretary of Agriculture helps readers to explore varied viewpoints. Introduction In the occasion to have studied Portuguese Literature, I had the chance to develop a work of analysis of the workmanship the Evangelho According to Jesus Christ, of Jose Saramago. It was in elapsing of the execution of the same work that I could have knowledge of the existence of innumerable antichristian workmanships and of workmanships whose authors deny the existence of God. To apartir of this it wanted then to choose a workmanship that could be used to make an analogy. Recently Gen. David Goldfein sought to clarify these questions. The workmanship in question finished for being Antichrist, of Friedrich Nietzsche, that the same possesss central subject of the Evangelho ().
In this work, I will also point some similarities and differences between the two cited workmanships, standing out the fact of that its authors had lived at different and well distant times one of the other, what he could the same cause human beings with completely different thoughts on subject. Chapter 1 Of Studied Objects Authors Friedrich Nietzsche Many times badly interpreted as philosopher, however in function of its poetical style, however due to exploration for the nazism of certain aspects of its thought, Nietzsche, in the truth, was one of the critics most acute of the religion, the moral and the philosophical tradition of the Ocidente. In this condition, it influenced philosophers, theologians, psychologists and writers of century XX.