Man and world look like residuals: human being is an organic remnant relic), as the survivor of a process of self alienation, in which the machine has been elected as a despot; world (or nature) is exhausted in the attempt to maintain a balance. The contemporary massive technological development seems supported by the idea that man is a Homo faber authorized to operate on nature without limits. This is the idea of a superior being with a dominant role in the world. The Judaic-Christian tradition has certainly promoted this idea; but it reproduces in another dimension the relations typical of the greek oikos: not justice, but authority and subordination for advantage the “head of the family”. Renouncing to want own the Earth (like an ordinary thing) can perhaps open the way for a new ethic.
|Data di pubblicazione:||2014|
|Titolo:||What remains of the Man and of the World. Reflections on the age of ecological crisis|
|Volume:||XVI, 2 (2014)|
|Citazione:||What remains of the Man and of the World. Reflections on the age of ecological crisis / Rasini, Vallori. - In: ETICA & POLITICA. - ISSN 1825-5167. - ELETTRONICO. - XVI, 2 (2014)(2014), pp. 1181-1189.|
|Tipologia||Articolo su rivista|
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