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Immanent evaluation is a philosophical concept used by Gilles Deleuze in Nietzsche and Philosophy (1962), opposed to transcendent judgment. Friedrich Nietzsche had argued, in On the Genealogy of Morals, that moral philosophy was nihilist in its judgment of the world based on transcendent values: life was rejected by such philosophy, which Arthur Schopenhauer pushed to its extreme meaning, to the profit of non-existent other worlds. Deleuze would start from this argumentation, linking it with Antonin Artaud's Pour en finir avec le jugement de dieu ("To finish with god's judgment"—the absence of capitals is purposeful).

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  • Immanent evaluation is a philosophical concept used by Gilles Deleuze in Nietzsche and Philosophy (1962), opposed to transcendent judgment. Friedrich Nietzsche had argued, in On the Genealogy of Morals, that moral philosophy was nihilist in its judgment of the world based on transcendent values: life was rejected by such philosophy, which Arthur Schopenhauer pushed to its extreme meaning, to the profit of non-existent other worlds. Deleuze would start from this argumentation, linking it with Antonin Artaud's Pour en finir avec le jugement de dieu ("To finish with god's judgment"—the absence of capitals is purposeful).
  • Avaliação imanente é um conceito filosófico usado por Gilles Deleuze em Nietzsche e a Filosofia (1962), por oposição ao julgamento transcendente. Friedrich Nietzsche argumentou em Zur Genealogie der Moral, que a filosofia moral era niilista em seu julgamento do mundo baseado em valores transcendentes: a vida era rejeitada por tal filosofia, a qual Arthur Schopenhauer empurra para seu significado extremo, o benefício de outros mundos inexistentes. Deleuze começa a partir desta argumentação, vinculando-a com o Pour en finir avec le jugement de dieu ("Para acabar com o julgamento de deus" - a ausência da maiúscula "D" é proposital) de Antonin Artaud.
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  • Immanent evaluation is a philosophical concept used by Gilles Deleuze in Nietzsche and Philosophy (1962), opposed to transcendent judgment. Friedrich Nietzsche had argued, in On the Genealogy of Morals, that moral philosophy was nihilist in its judgment of the world based on transcendent values: life was rejected by such philosophy, which Arthur Schopenhauer pushed to its extreme meaning, to the profit of non-existent other worlds. Deleuze would start from this argumentation, linking it with Antonin Artaud's Pour en finir avec le jugement de dieu ("To finish with god's judgment"—the absence of capitals is purposeful). Immanent evaluation, as opposed to transcendent judgment, evaluates forces according to two Nietzschean categories: active and reactive. Apart from Nietzsche, a similar example of immanent evaluation can be found in Benedict Spinoza's anomaly (Antonio Negri), where affects constitutes the only form of evaluation.
  • Avaliação imanente é um conceito filosófico usado por Gilles Deleuze em Nietzsche e a Filosofia (1962), por oposição ao julgamento transcendente. Friedrich Nietzsche argumentou em Zur Genealogie der Moral, que a filosofia moral era niilista em seu julgamento do mundo baseado em valores transcendentes: a vida era rejeitada por tal filosofia, a qual Arthur Schopenhauer empurra para seu significado extremo, o benefício de outros mundos inexistentes. Deleuze começa a partir desta argumentação, vinculando-a com o Pour en finir avec le jugement de dieu ("Para acabar com o julgamento de deus" - a ausência da maiúscula "D" é proposital) de Antonin Artaud. A avaliação imanente, por oposição ao julgamento transcendente, avalia forças de acordo com duas categorias nietzschianas: ativo e reativo. Afora Nietzsche, um exemplo semelhante de avaliação imanente pode ser encontrado na anomalia de Bento de Espinosa (Antonio Negri), onde os afetos constituem-se na única forma de avaliação.
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