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Title: Filosofia degli spazi naturali e umani. Prove di dialogo interdisciplinare con Theo D’haen
Authors: Ferrini, Cinzia
Calderaro, Michela
Keywords: geography and philosophy of world historyHegel’s anthropologynatural soul and spacepost-colonial literature
Issue Date: Jul-2012
Publisher: EUT Edizioni Università di Trieste
Source: Cinzia Ferrini, Michela Calderaro, "Filosofia degli spazi naturali e umani. Prove di dialogo interdisciplinare con Theo D’haen", in: Esercizi Filosofici, vol. 7, n. 1 (2014), pp. 1-4
Series/Report no.: Esercizi Filosofici
vol. 7, n. 1 (2012)
Abstract: For Hegel the determinate place in which the humans are settled is in no way to be thought as an “external place”, for human individuality in general makes its space and its time on its own. Moreover, Hegel’s systematic transition from Nature to Spirit introduces a social and civil mediation between universality and individuality, accounting for the “local spirits” of the natural (outward) dispositions and the (inward) intellectual and ethical characters of the populations. Theo D’haen was invited to lecture on post-colonial literature within the research frame of Ferrini’s 2011-12 course on “Space and Geography” in Hegel, in interdisciplinary collaboration with Michela Calderaro’s course centred on Wide Sargasso Sea, the re-writing of Jean Eyre from Bertha Mason’s standpoint. Our common aim is to open a philosophical topic to the contribution of literary studies to deepen our understanding and representation of the relation between human and natural spaces.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10077/12950
eISSN: 1970-0164
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