Pievatolo, Maria Chiara (1990) Hans Jonas: un'etica per la civiltà tecnologica. Il Politico, 154 (2). pp. 337-349.
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According to Jonas the industrial implementation of technology on the environment modifies, because of its apocalyptic potential, human condition in so radical a way that it requires a new ethics. Such an opinion is questionable from two points of view: 1. are the environmental interactions and modifications just a peculiarity of man as homo faber? Are we sure that our predicament is due just to a quantitative excess of technology and not to some qualitative flaws as well? 2. Could a categorical imperative with its moral - and not just technical - necessity be inferred from a factual situation?
|Natural Language Keywords:||Jonas, tecnologia, ecologia, rischio|
|Subjects:||Filosofia > Political ethics
Dip. Scienze della Politica > Filosofia Politica
Filosofia > Miscellany of philosophy > Filosofia Politica
Filosofia > Modern Western philosophy > Filosofia Politica
|Depositing User:||Maria Chiara Pievatolo|
|Date Deposited:||22 Dec 2014 09:58|
|Last Modified:||24 Dec 2014 18:43|
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