Etica & Politica / Ethics & Politics (2019) XXI/1

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Monographica
Perspectives on normativity


Fuchs Marko J.

Guest Editor's Preface

De Anna Gabriele

Normativität und das Einheitsprinzip politischer Gemeinschafte

Ellis Fiona

Natur, Normativität und Gott

Fuchs Marko J.

Naturgesetz und Gewissen: Finnis, Westerman, Thomas von Aquinas

Schönecker Dieter

A Brief Abductive Argument for Theistic Ethics


Focus.
Diritto e rivoluzioni


De Fiores Claudio

Ma non è rivoluzione. Luoghi comuni e distorsioni semantiche dell’idea di rivoluzione interpretata alla luce delle categorie analitiche del diritto costituzionale

Pomarici Ulderico

L’eterna nostalgia del futuro. Su alcuni motivi genealogici dell’idea di rivoluzione


Symposium.
Emanuele Leonardi,
Lavoro Natura Valore. André Gorz tra marxismo e decrescita


Allegri Giuseppe

Sul libro di Emanuele Leornardi

Asara Viviana, Centemeri Laura

Sulla desiderabilità del lavoro neghentropico. L’importanza dei processi di costruzione di senso nella comprensione delle dinamiche del capitalismo e della sua critica

Barca Stefania

Ripensare il valore – fino in fondo

Benegiamo Maura

Neghentropia e astrazione: pensare la sussunzione nel nuovo nesso natura-valore-lavoro. Riflessioni a margine del libro di Emanuele Leonardi, Natura valore lavoro

Dal Gobbo Alice, Torre Salvo

Lavoro, natura e valore: logiche di sfruttamento, politiche del vivente

Ghelfi Andrea

Noi non difendiamo la natura

Iofrida Manlio

Oltre Marx, oltre l’operaismo

Marzocca Ottavio

Lavoro e General Intellect alla prova della crisi ecologica

Pellizzoni Luigi

Lavoro-natura-valore: come sciogliere il nodo gordiano?

Leonardi Emanuele

Pensare l’ecologia attraverso il lavoro, partendo da una critica del valore. Repliche ai miei critici


Varia


Biasetti Pierfrancesco, De Mori Barbara

Le matrici etiche nella conservazione della biodiversità

Chambers Iain

Pensando col Mediterraneo, ripensando la Modernità

Crosato Carlo

Una forma inaudita di resistenza. Agamben e il paradigma come strumento di analisi archeologica

Greblo Edoardo

Geografie della sicurezza

Kamminga Menno R.

Ethics in International Political Economy: No Question about It

Marrone Pierpaolo

Sacro, potenza, tecnica: un’indagine di Mauro Magatti

Seddone Guido

The Dialectics of Self-Conscious Life and the Constitution of Social Practices in Hegel’s Philosophy

Swianiewicz Jan

Procreative Responsibility and Modern Species Morality: A Foucauldian Critique of Population Ethics

 

 

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