Paraphrasing Hiedegger’s words we can define our time as a destitute time where philosophy loses its telos. So, what is philosophy today? It is not easy at all to answer to such a question, after the spreading of Nihilism, Postmodernism, Deconstructionism, Contingentism. Philosophy seems to be completely vanished and reduced merely to a play of words and language. In this paper I argue that we are not in front of a disappearing but a fading, a transition into a new stage of philosophy. As Merleau-Ponty shows, to overcame the crisis of meaning and scope of philosophy we must not neglect some “cultural symptoms” in literature, arts, music, human and natural sciences that attest to the dawning of a “fundamental thought”. Particular attention must be paid to the world of images that reveal our particular modality of being-in-the-world. According to Wunenburger, a philosophy of images has to show the primary iconosphere from which consciousness establishes its relation to the world.
|Titolo:||La philosophie en temps de détresse|
|Data di pubblicazione:||2012|
|Citazione:||La philosophie en temps de détresse, 2012.|
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