Skoči na glavni sadržaj

Izvorni znanstveni članak

https://doi.org/10.21464/sp35208

Domination and Liberation of Nature. Two Stages of Emancipation

Max Gottschlich orcid id orcid.org/0000-0002-7398-1327 ; Katholische Privat-Universität Linz, Institut für Praktische Philosophie/Ethik, Bethlehemstraße 20, A–4020 Linz


Puni tekst: engleski pdf 543 Kb

verzije

str. 393-423

preuzimanja: 256

citiraj

Puni tekst: hrvatski pdf 543 Kb

verzije

str. 422-422

preuzimanja: 127

citiraj

Puni tekst: njemački pdf 543 Kb

verzije

str. 423-423

preuzimanja: 118

citiraj

Puni tekst: francuski pdf 543 Kb

verzije

str. 423-423

preuzimanja: 135

citiraj


Sažetak

The paper addresses the scope of the human relationship to nature. This scope encompasses a twofold emancipation. The first emancipation is the emancipation from nature that enables the domination of nature by science and technology. The second emancipation is the emancipation from this first emancipation, stemming from the insight that we have to conceive of nature, and respect nature accordingly, as another self that displays itself. I argue that it is precisely the step towards such second emancipation that lies at the core of the revolution of our consciousness of nature that currently seems to be unfolding. Yet the urgent question arises as to how such a “liberation of nature” (Hegel) can be understood sustainably without falling behind the achievements of Kantian philosophy, into a dogmatic ontology or even naturalism. The article delineates a systematic answer to this question by addressing some crucial points in Kant and Hegel.

Ključne riječi

philosophy of nature; philosophy of technology; Immanuel Kant; Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel

Hrčak ID:

254036

URI

https://hrcak.srce.hr/254036

Datum izdavanja:

29.12.2020.

Podaci na drugim jezicima: hrvatski njemački francuski

Posjeta: 1.890 *