Etica & Politica / Ethics & Politics (2023) XXV/1

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Focus:
Un'idea di cosmopolitismo nel pensiero di Hannah Arendt (?)


Taraborrelli Angela

Cosmopolitismo e migrazione nel pensiero di Hannah Arendt

Loche Annamaria

Hannah Arendt: un “diverso” cosmopolitismo. Temi, contenuti, poblemi in discussione

Konderak Letizia

Potere, legge, mondo: un’idea di cosmopolitismo attraverso una lettura arendtiana

Greblo Edoardo

Hannah Arendt e il cosmopolitismo “dal basso”


Symposium I
Tommaso Greco, "La legge della fiducia. Alle radici del diritto", Laterza, Roma-Bari


Andronico Alberto

Deconstructing Tommaso: il dono della fiducia

Ansuátegui Roig Francisco Javier

Sulla complessa relazione tra diritto e fiducia

Del Bò Corrado

Diritto e fiducia. Discutendo la proposta di Tommaso Greco

Favaro Andrea

“La legge della fiducia” alle radici dell’ordinamento. Autonomia, solidarietà, aequitas , pretesa, disobbedienza responsabile

Macioce Fabio

La legge della fiducia e la questione del privilegio

Mancuso Francesco

Distanze, limiti, movimenti del diritto

Pugliese Alice

Fiducia, diritto, etica

Puppo Federico, Tomasi Serena

Sulle ‘radici del diritto’, verso una sua fondazione retorica

Resta Giorgio

La legge della fiducia e la fiducia nelle leggi. Considerazioni a margine del volume di Tommaso Greco

Greco Tommaso

Itinerari della fiducia. Qualche risposta ai miei critici


Symposium II
Francesco Toto, "L’origine e la storia. Il Discorso sull’ineguaglianza di Rousseau", ETS Pisa 2020


Marchili Andrea

Rousseau e l’origine assente. Appunti per una discussione

Menin Marco

Primato dell’amore di sé o primato della pietà? Un viaggio di Emilio nel puro stato di natura

Petrucciani Stefano

Sulle tracce dell’ineguaglianza

Rustighi Lorenzo

Oltre la logica dell’origine? Alcune riflessioni su L’origine e la storia di F. Toto

Toto Francesco

Il Discorso sull’ineguaglianza di Rousseau tra antropologia, etica e politica. Risposta ai miei critici


Symposium III
Stefan Lorenz Sorgner, "We Have Always Been Cyborgs, Digital Data, Gene Technologies, and an Ethics of Transhumanism", Bristol University Press, Bristol 2021


Balistreri Maurizio

Should Posthuman Be (Human-)Enhancement Based? The Posthuman Project in the Age of Climate Change and Space Travelling

Blackford Russel

Sorgner on Freedom, Violence, and Privacy

Danaher John

In Praise of Objectivism, Optimism and Utopianism: A Counterpoint to Sorgner

Fuller Steve

How to Be a Bioconservative Transhumanist

Umbrello Steven

Sociotechnical Infrastructures of Dominion in Sorgner’s We Have Always Been Cyborgs

Sorgner Stefan Lorenz

Smear Gel Paper for a Contingent Marble Sculpture. A Reply to Some Critics


Varia

Ciaccio Guglielmo

Legislatore e socievolezza nel Contratto sociale di Rousseau

Destasio Alberto

Agamben e Foucault: due modelli irriducibili di biopolitica

Marra Emilia

Se la metafora si inceppa: “da qualche parte” tra Bergson e Heidegger

Marrone Pierpaolo

Eternal Hobbes: International Relations and Cyberwar

Tedesco Francescomaria

Biopolitica, istituzioni e sovranità in Roberto Esposito

Vergaray Alfonso V.

Constructive Forms of Uncertainty in Spinoza’s Theological Political Treatise

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    (EUT Edizioni Università di Trieste, 2023)
    Focus. Un'idea di cosmopolitismo nel pensiero di Hannah Arendt (?) - Symposium I. Tommaso Greco, "La legge della fiducia. Alle radici del diritto", Laterza, Roma-Bari 2021 - Symposium II. Francesco Toto, L’origine e la storia. Il Discorso sull’ineguaglianza di Rousseau, ETS Pisa 2020 - Symposium III. Stefan Lorenz Sorgner, We Have Always Been Cyborgs, Digital Data, Gene Technologies, and an Ethics of Transhumanism, Bristol University Press, Bristol 2021 - Varia
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