Etica & Politica / Ethics & Politics (2022) XXIV/3

Scarica il FullText


Monographica. Cornelius Castoriadis' Philosophical Heritage: Discussing His Work on the Occasion of His 100th Birthday Anniversary

Ciaramelli Fabio

The Knight’s Move. Some Introductory Remarks on Castoriadis’ Idea of Human Creation. Guest Editor’s Preface

Waldenfels Bernhard

Prassi rivoluzionaria e creazione ontologica

Marino Piero

Bernhard Waldenfels lettore di Castoriadis

Prinzi Salvatore

Cornelius Castoriadis e l’istituzione del comune (1946-1975). Legalità costituita e immaginario sociale

Caumieres Philippe

L’institution sociale ou le point d’orgeuil de Castoriadis

Drosos Dionysis

Castoriadis and Lasch. Narcissistic Nihilism and the Mirage of Individual Autonomy. A Working Hypothesis

Di Riccio Agnese

La natura come vincolo: physis e immaginario in Castoriadis

Vaki Fotini

Radical Imaginary and sensus communis: Judgment and Praxis in Kant and Castoriadis

Giachery Gianluca

Tra socioanalisi e formazione. Castoriadis e la critica del razionalismo istituzionale

La Torre Massimo

Cornelius Castoriadis e l’ontologia anarchica. Un primo ripasso critico

Iakovou Vicky

Castoriadis, Anti-Humanism and the Problem of Alienation

Cavallo Riccardo

Cornelius Castoriadis e il problema della legge

Ridolfi Marco

Castoriadis e la Grecia antica. Una mappa di un rapporto complesso

Ventura Raffaele Alberto

Una schiavitù universale. Cornelius Castoriadis lettore di Tocqueville

Menga Ferdinando G.

Castoriadis e il peso dell’eredità democratica. Pensiero dell’istituzione e rischio dell’ipostasi dell’autonomia

Crisi climatica: aspetti teorici e normativi


Porciello Andrea

Transizione ecologica: tutela dell’ambiente o promozione del mercato? L’insostenibilità dell’economia sostenibile

Pirni Alberto, Buizza Roberto

l ruolo degli individui e delle istituzioni nell’affrontare il cambiamento climatico

Pisanò Attilio

La responsabilità degli Stati nel contrasto al cambiamento climatico tra obbligazione climatica e diritto al clima

Claudio Corradetti, Relativism and Human Rights. A Theory of Pluralist Universalism, Springer, Dordrecht 2022


Cesarale Giorgio

The Ends of Universalism

Buchwalter Andrew

Corradetti, Hegel, and the Postmetaphysical Theory of Universal Human Rights

Tonelli Debora

Humanity of Rights

Langford Peter

Human Rights: From the Challenge of Relativism to the Possibility of Cosmopolitanism

Herlin-karnell Ester

The Interdependence of Human Rights, Peace and Law. Some Reflections on Relativism and Human Rights. A Theory of Pluralist Universalism by Claudio Corradetti

De Vido Sara

Human and Non-Human Beings: Towards the Affirmation of the Rights of Nature and of a Right to a Healthy Environment

Eisikovits Nir

AI and the Grounds of Human Rights

Corradetti Claudio

Justification and Application of Human Rights. Author’s Reply to Critics


Cossutta Marco

Les Mistères de Paris: ovvero il lancio del diritto promozionale

Crosato Carlo

C’è guerra in Hobbes? Annotazioni sul confronto di Foucault con il pensiero di Thomas Hobbes

De Sanctis Davide

Auguste Comte e il governo dell’opinione


Recent Submissions

Now showing 1 - 5 of 30
  • Publication
    Etica & Politica / Ethics & Politics (2022) XXIV/3
    (EUT Edizioni Università di Trieste, 2022)
      55  1033
  • Publication
    Auguste Comte e il governo dell’opinione
    (EUT Edizioni Università di Trieste, 2022)
    De Sanctis, Davide
    What does it mean to opine in politics? The founder of sociology Auguste Comte answered to this question in such an articulated manner to destabilize our current liberal values about consensus and representation. Indeed, his entire philosophical effort, can be regarded as attempt to redefine relations between liberty of all and scientific specialized knowledge. Through a fight engaged against metaphysical way to overtake theological stage, his positivism carries out a radical critic to the subjective rights’ constitutionalism, deemed unable to preserve both order and progress. Separating powers into a ‘spiritual’ and a ‘material’ one, boosting up our innate altruism, subordinating social solidarity to human continuity, are some of Comtean strategies to inaugurate a new duties’ era, in which the opinion government has the task of translate the ego-alter conflict in a religious dualism between Humanity and Earth.
      56  127
  • Publication
    C’è guerra in Hobbes? Annotazioni sul confronto di Foucault con il pensiero di Thomas Hobbes
    (EUT Edizioni Università di Trieste, 2022)
    Crosato, Carlo
    This paper traces Foucault’s confrontation with modern political science and Hobbes’s model of sovereignty and, in its central part, discusses Foucault’s own position on the theme of war in Hobbes’s thought.
  • Publication
    Les Mistères de Paris: ovvero il lancio del diritto promozionale
    (EUT Edizioni Università di Trieste, 2022)
    Cossutta, Marco
    Eugène Sue describes the miserable living conditions in the Parisian slums, where the story - set in 1838 - takes place, and he recognizes how the manual worker is degraded to the condition of beast of burden. The author pleads for a philanthropic intervention to put an end to that aberrant state of affairs clamoring for direct state intervention. Alongside a repressive state apparatus of crime (which thrives among the plebs), he advocates a protectionist juridical apparatus of the weakest by outlining a perspective that will come true in the welfare state, advocating a radical overcoming of the liberal gendarme-state. Sue debunks the myth of equality on which the law of the bourgeois state is based, denounces the social origin of the crime and questions the entire individualistic-liberal structure. A vision of promotion of the law must prevail, where the (positive) sanctions are aimed at the inclusion of the weaker classes, not at their further marginalization, which occurs through punishment.
      59  140
  • Publication
    Justification and Application of Human Rights. Author’s Reply to Critics
    (EUT Edizioni Università di Trieste, 2022)
    Corradetti, Claudio
    In this reply I explain the philosophical project behind the book and the reasons for its expansion in occasion of the second edition. I respond to the challenging remarks of my critics and clarify in which terms I adopt a Hegelian approach to a theory of human rights. Hopefully, this should guide the reader through the requested clarifications I provide with regard to functional aspects and possible applications of the theory.
      33  193