Roch Little
Universidad Nacional de Colombia


During his «intellectualist» period, Nietzsche’s philosophy was characteristic of a profoundcritic of the notion of knowledge. Drawing on Nietzsche’s works of this period (Human, alltoo human; Thedawn; and The gay science), the author’s purpose is to explore the Nietzscheancritique of knowledge to discover fallacies behind notions like scientific knowledge. Thus wediscover the human all-to-human basis that sustains our production of knowledge up untilour days, particularly in the social sciences

Keywords: Nietzsche, theory of knowledge, intellectualist period, critic of modernity, HumanAll-too-Human, The Dawn, Gay Science.