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Rivista di estetica
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  • 76 2021 – Rethinking Philosophy, Semiotics, and the Arts with
           Umberto Eco

    • Abstract: RdE76-couverture The theoretical path of Umberto Eco (1932-2016) was that of a great intellectual who ranged from non-fiction to literary production. His was a very extensive research programme. On the basis of studies concerning
      aesthetics, communication and medieval thought, Eco developed it by elaborating a semiotic theory and studying language and cognition. His reflections on the method and possibilities of theoretical formulation have been crucial to his research – precisely because, as he wrote, no theoretical system comes without contradictions. Philosophers therefore do not have the task of eliminating them but rather of seeking them out where they are not apparent. This issue of Rivista di Estetica collects essays that contribute to investigating several aspects and specificities of Eco’s research in philosophy, semiotics and the arts, in order to bring to light his reflection on theoretical investigation and his commitment to developing a practice that can offer important resources for today’s research. It is an invitation to rethink those three theoretical fields by drawing on the teachings of this great scholar.
      Introduction  [Testo integrale] Davide Dal Sasso, Maurizio Ferraris e Ugo Volli
      The Dog Schema [Testo integrale] Umberto Eco, Maurizio Ferraris e Diego Marconi
      Section one Philosophy
      Epigraph Section One [Testo integrale]
      The Notion of System in the Work of Umberto Eco: Summa, Structure, Code, Encyclopaedia and Rhizome [Testo integrale] Claudio Paolucci
      Dystopias and Historiographical Objects: The Strange Case of The Middle Ages [Testo integrale] Riccardo Fedriga
      Alive as You and Me [Testo integrale] Maurizio Ferraris
      Section Two Semiotics
      Epigraph Section Two [Testo integrale]
      The Origins Of Umberto Eco’s Semio-Philosophical Project [Testo integrale] Ugo Volli
      Power, Dangers and Resources of Forgery, from Theory to Novels [Testo integrale] Anna Maria Lorusso
      Indexes: Cultural Nature and Natural Culture [Testo integrale] Massimo Leone
      Section Three Arts
      Epigraph Section Three [Testo integrale]
      Some Remarks on Eco’s Confession and His Mystical Raptus [Testo integrale] Carola Barbero
      Eco and Berio between Music and Open Work [Testo integrale] Stefano Oliva
      The Openness of Art. The Poetics of Art and Loss of Autonomy of Art [Testo integrale] Polona Tratnik
      On Form and Structure: Umberto Eco and the Basis for a Positive Philosophy of the Arts [Testo integrale] Davide Dal Sasso
      Per un catalogo geografico universale. Ontologie ibride, rappresentazioni cartografiche e intersezioni geo-informatiche [Testo integrale] Timothy Tambassi
      PubDate: 2021-05-01
  • 75 2020 – Ethics of the Environmental Crisis

    • Abstract: RdE75-couverture Few would deny that we are currently experiencing an environmental crisis of unprecedented magnitude and severity. Yet, much less clear is what phenomena the environmental crisis refers to and why they are particularly unjust. For instance, one might wonder whether the environmental crisis is unjust because it impinges on the intrinsic value of the environment, or because it severely affects humans and their human rights in particular. Equally, it is far from clear who should bear the responsibility to remedy the environmental crisis and to what extent.
      This issue of Rivista di Estetica addressees these questions with the aim of clarifying what the environmental crisis is and involves, as well as how we should frame it from a justice-based perspective. It accomplishes this in four sections. The first section investigates what the environment is. The second section addresses the environmental crisis through the normative lenses of the concept of responsibility. The third section analyses the environmental crisis through a human-rights perspective. Finally, the fourth section introduces some new paths that the literature may and perhaps should take. This issue will appeal to anyone interested in the environment and its crisis.
      The Environmental Crisis and Its Injustice. An (Inevitably Short) Introduction [Testo integrale] Carlo Burelli e Davide Pala
      ontological reflections on the environment
      Climate issue: the principle of transgenerational responsibility [Testo integrale] Tiziana Andina
      Common-surrounding world and qualitative social ontology – phenomenological insights for the environment and its crisis [Testo integrale] Francesca De Vecchi
      responsibility for the environment
      Organismality grounds species collective responsibility [Testo integrale] Davide Vecchi
      Reasons for Agreeing, Reasons for Complying: The Paris Agreement and the Compliance Issue [Testo integrale] Silvia Bacchetta
      the environment and human rights
      Human Dignity: Final, Inherent, Absolute? [Testo integrale] Sebastian Muders
      On tackling the environmental crisis through human rights [Testo integrale] Markku Oksanen
      new problems and perspectives
      Ontological Frameworks for Food Utopias [Testo integrale] Andrea Borghini, Nicola Piras e Beatrice Serini
      Tying Climate Justice to Hydrological Justice [Testo integrale] Sue Spaid
      The Ontology of Landscapes [Testo integrale] Adam Andrzejewski e Mateusz Salwa
      Filosofia e Border Studies. Dal confine come “oggetto” al confine come “dispositivo” [Testo integrale] Ernesto C. Sferrazza Papa
      PubDate: 2021-02-02
  • 74 2020 – Rethinking Schelling. Nature, Myth, Realism

    • Abstract: RdE74-Couverture  The international debate around realism, revitalized today by the emerging “new realism”, meaningfully interweaves with a renewed interest in Schelling’s philosophical positions, an author who, right in the midst of the philosophical project of German Idealism, forcefully insinuated the natural-realistic objection introducing a breach within the modern rationalism. On the one hand, philosophy of nature represents a line of continuity along which the whole Schelling’s philosophical journey develops in its various phases; on the other hand, the relevance of Schelling’s philosophy of nature to the contemporary debates cannot be properly understood but in the wider context of that entire journey.
      This issue of “Rivista di Estetica” has two main aims: examining how and to which extent the contemporary international debate on New Realism brought to the forefront Schelling’s Naturphilosophie; and exploring the value of Schelling’s Naturphilosophie as a theoretical resource for several fields of research such as the contemporary philosophy of nature and the ontology of powers, the concept of identity and the mind-body problem, the speculative realism and the metaphysical issue of the ground.
      Schelling again [Testo integrale] Emilio Carlo Corriero
      Schelling’s Dante [Testo integrale] Massimo Cacciari
      «All the principles of being and becoming»: Schelling’s ontogenetic hypothesis [Testo integrale] Iain Hamilton Grant
      Beyond the Process After Schelling. Freedom and Creativity [Testo integrale] Emilio Carlo Corriero
      Hysteresis - Metaphysics of the Web [Testo integrale] Maurizio Ferraris
      The Consciousness of the Real and the Reality of Consciousnes [Testo integrale] Matteo Vincenzo d’Alfonso
      The Realism of Purposes: Schelling and Hegel on Kant’s Critique of Teleological Judgement [Testo integrale] Luca Illetterati e Andrea Gambarotto
      Preformation vs. Epigenesis: Inspiration and Haunting Within and Outside Contemporary Philosophy of Biology [Testo integrale] Elena Casetta
      The Paradox of the Living: Jonas and Schelling on the Organism’s Autonomy [Testo integrale] Francesca Michelini
      Entanglement, Agency and Phenomena. Quantum Physics and Philosophy after Schelling [Testo integrale] Germana Pareti
      Who is Schelling’s Bruno? [Testo integrale] Jason M. Wirth
      Goethe, Schelling and the Melancholy of Nature [Testo integrale] Federico Vercellone
      Aesthetical Ontology, Ontological Aesthetics: Rethinking Art and Beauty through Speculative Realism [Testo integrale] Mario-Teodoro Ramírez
      PubDate: 2021-02-01
  • 73 2020 – New Ontologies of Art

    • Abstract: RdE73-Couverture  Ontology of art is flourishing, with a plethora of research papers and monographs dedicated to this area appearing each year. It is commonly believed that ontology of art is one of the main fields in aesthetics. This is not surprising since many, if not all, aesthetic questions presuppose some level of ontological inquiry. Sadly, lasting achievements in ontology of art have proved elusive. The vast number of existing, mutually exclusive positions within the area suggests that there is a hidden possible solution within it that has not been elaborated so far. For philosophers and art theorists it is evident that the art world constantly brings forth new art objects and practices that undermine established ontological categories and concepts. This indisputable fact is a trigger for brave and novel investigations within and beyond much of the work in ontology of art, traditionally understood. The papers collected in this issue of Rivista di estetica represent different styles and methodologies of philosophical inquiry. Thanks to this fact we can call them “new ontologies of art”, since research into artworks and their relation to humans calls for insights from several perspectives.  
      Prima pagina [Testo integrale] Maurizio Ferraris
      Introduction [Testo integrale] Adam Andrzejewski
      Improvisation and ontology of art [Testo integrale] Alessandro Bertinetto
      Tv series and their boundaries [Testo integrale] Iris Vidmar Jovanović
      Towards an ontology of digital arts. Media environments, interactive processes and effects of presence [Testo integrale] Andrea Giomi
      Paul Ricœur’s hermeneutics as a bridge between aesthetics and ontology [Testo integrale] Sanja Ivic
      Rhythm ’n’ Dewey: an adverbialist ontology of art [Testo integrale] Carlos Vara Sánchez
      Narciso nel Quattrocento: percezione, conoscenza, arte [Testo integrale] Elena Filippi
      Estetica aromatica [Testo integrale] Elena Mancioppi e Nicola Perullo
      Tragedia attica e filosofia. Osservazioni sulla funzione cognitiva dell’arte tragica [Testo integrale] Antonio Valentini
      Vincoli biologici e regole fenomenologiche. Osservazioni sulla percezione del suono [Testo integrale] Nicola Di Stefano
      Pietro Montani, Dario Cecchi, Martino Feyles, Ambienti mediali [Testo integrale] Filomena Diodato
      PubDate: 2021-02-01
  • 72 2019 – Briding traditions. Chinese and Western philosophy in

    • Abstract: RdE72-couverture première For centuries, Western and Chinese thought have developed along parallel and sometimes opposite paths. One of the main issues of comparative philosophy is whether the distance between them can be overcome and what this reconciliation might imply.
      This issue of Rivista di Estetica will inquire into the possibility of a philosophical commensurability between Chinese and Western thought, through the study of the differences and the possible commonalities between their metaphysics, ethics, methodologies and ontological conceptions of nature and the human being, as well as through the analysis of how cultural traditions migrate from the East to the West and vice versa.
      Introduction. The unbalanced relationship between the study of Western philosophy in China and that of chinese philosophy in the west [Testo integrale] Erica Onnis e Xiao Ouyang
      Anecdotes and thought experiments in Zhuangzi and Western philosophy [Testo integrale] Monica Link
      Significance or presence: re-conceptualizing Pluralism from a confucian perspective [Testo integrale] Peng Feng
      Pittura, soggettività e storia. Forme estetiche e attraversamenti ermeneutici fra Cina ed Europa [Testo integrale] Alberto Giacomelli
      Sexual difference and self-understanding – a comparative perspective on the liberation of bodily conditioned human beings [Testo integrale] Li Jianjun
      Il ceppo e l’intaglio. Riflessioni metafisiche sul Daodejing [Testo integrale] Erica Onnis
      Man from Mars – the Western Reader [Testo integrale] Hyun Höchsmann
      Towards moral teleology — a comparative study of Kant and Zhu Xi [Testo integrale] Ouyang Xiao
      The Manifesto of 1958: a discourse on Confucian Rationalism [Testo integrale] Alice Simionato
      Abel-Rémusat e Hegel: sinologia e filosofia nell’Europa del XIX secolo [Testo integrale] Anne Cheng
      Frammenti di un’estetica cinese del vuoto [Testo integrale] Wolfgang Kubin
      Et in academia ego [Testo integrale] Ugo Nespolo
      PubDate: 2020-03-11
  • 71 2019 – The science of futures. Promises and previsions in
           architecture and philosophy

    • Abstract: RdE71-couverture Future Studies are a field of research which has expanded over the last few years; their goal is to extend to social reality the possibility of making previsions. Future studies investigate the manifold images of the future in order to promote present actions. In the field of architectural design, the problem of the future is nested in the activity of all architects’ practices: they design something that does not yet exist, and maybe never will. Architects produce new conditions which will affect the future, so they need both to predict and to promise future effects through their projects. Parallelly, philosophers have explored the future – its ontological consistencies, for instance – in the philosophy of time, and future as a ‘prevision of state of affairs’ is a recurring theme in the philosophy of economics. Furthermore, philosophers usually aim to describe and possibly predict the future, rather than constructing it.
      Prefazione. Documanità [Testo integrale] Maurizio Ferraris
      Introduzione. Conoscere il futuro: invenzioni, programmi e progetti [Testo integrale] Alessandro Armando e Giovanni Durbiano
      Il disegno come teoria [Testo integrale] Franco Purini
      Il futuro tra le parole degli architetti [Testo integrale] Michela Rosso e Andrea Ronzino
      Futuri anteriori: il tempo del progetto [Testo integrale] Gabriele Pasqui
      Fleeing with one’s back turned: toward feminist futures [Testo integrale] Hélène Frichot
      Immaginare il futuro prossimo: costruire mondi attraverso la fantascienza audiovisiva [Testo integrale] Lucio Spaziante
      The acts of project(ion) / project acts or projacts [Testo integrale] Petar Bojanić
      The concept: a map for generations [Testo integrale] Snežana Vesnić e Miloš Ćipranić
      Filosofia e progetto. Breve storia di una vicenda attuale [Testo integrale] Edoardo Fregonese
      L’avventura del progetto e il destino dell’uomo [Testo integrale] Nicola Marzot
      Dar luogo a ciò che non ha luogo: utopia e prototyping [Testo integrale] Ramon Rispoli e Ester Jordana Lluch
      Il filo e la marionetta [Testo integrale] Carlo Deregibus e Alberto Giustiniano
      Designing a pension system [Testo integrale] Vincenzo Galasso
      Facing urban uncertainty with the strategic choice approach: the introduction of disruptive events [Testo integrale] Isabella M. Lami e Elena Todella
      L’incarnazione dell’idea nello spazio della scrittura [Testo integrale] Renato Boccali
      Il lettore esemplare Fenomenologia della lettura ed estetica dell’interazione [Testo integrale] Dario Cecchi
      PubDate: 2020-03-02
  • 70 2019 – Philosophy and Literature

    • Abstract: Rde70-Philosophy and Literature-cover
      First Variation. Philosophy and Literature: a Hypothetical Comparison between different Approaches [Testo integrale] Carola Barbero
      Second Variation. Philosophy and Literature: a Hypothetical Comparison between different Approaches [Testo integrale] Micaela Latini
      Dalla letteratura alla filosofia. Il Proust di Deleuze [Testo integrale] Daniela Angelucci
      Incomprensibilità e ironia. Filosofia e letteratura in Friedrich Schlegel e Paul de Man [Testo integrale] Michele Cometa
      Musil in a loop: the other condition and the extended mind [Testo integrale] Elvira Di Bona e Stefano Ercolino
      Amleto, ovvero le speranze infrante sul non-senso del mondo [Testo integrale] Giuseppe Di Giacomo
      Natura multimodale e creatività del linguaggio poetico [Testo integrale] Francesca Ervas
      Like giants immersed in time. Ontology, phenomenology, and Marcel Proust [Testo integrale] Maurizio Ferraris e Enrico Terrone
      Engaging with works of fiction [Testo integrale] Wolfgang Huemer
      Valéry e la filosofia della letteratura [Testo integrale] Danilo Manca
      Literature and action. On Hegel’s interpretation of chivalry [Testo integrale] Giovanna Pinna
      Rethinking the philosophy – literature distinction [Testo integrale] Iris Vidmar
      Una filosofia dell’intermedio. Ricordo di Mario Perniola [Testo integrale] Giuseppe Patella
      Patrick Hayes and Jan Wilm, Beyond the Ancient Quarrel. Literature, Philosophy, and J.M. Coetzee [Testo integrale] Viviana Vozzo
      Lorenzo Bravalle, Evoluzione e cultura [Testo integrale] Elena Casetta
      Richard Joyce, Essays in Moral Skepticism [Testo integrale] Paolo Stellino
      PubDate: 2020-02-07
  • 69 2018 – empirical evidence and philosophy

    • Abstract: RdE69-Empirical evidence and philosophy-1ere couverture
      Conceptual Analysis and Empirical Data [Testo integrale] Petar Bojanić, Samuele Iaquinto e Giuliano Torrengo
      Metaphysics as Logic [Testo integrale] Andrea Strollo
      Is beauty in the folk intuition of the beholder? Some thoughts on experimental philosophy and aesthetics [Testo integrale] Emanuele Arielli
      Art, Moral Understanding, Radical Changes [Testo integrale] Elvio Baccarini
      The Complexity-based Explanatory Strategy, Biological Levels, and the Origin of Life [Testo integrale] Slobodan Perović
      Agency Evidentialism: Trust and Doxastic Voluntarism [Testo integrale] Snježana Prijić-Samaržija
      Fact of Reason, Social Facts, and Evidence [Testo integrale] Petar Bojanić e Igor Cvejić
      Public reason, civic trust and conclusions of science [Testo integrale] Nebojsa Zelic
      Mario’s Studio [Testo integrale] Zhou Xian
      Forma e immagine: una lettura critica [Testo integrale] Filippo Contesi
      PubDate: 2019-03-20
  • 68 2018 – trusting institutions

    • Abstract: RdE68-trusting institution-1ere couverture Are you rational if you trust your bank? Does the healthcare system deserve your trust? How should a state earn citizens’ trust? In which sense do certain institutions need public trust in order to function properly? Is there a basic notion of trust common to both interpersonal and institutional dealings? How should we understand the so-called ‘crisis of trust in institutions’? In Trusting Institutions, analytic philosophers address these and similar questions, which have been of central concern for social scientists for a while and are now increasingly at the centre stage in public debate. Careful conceptual scrutiny should clarify what it is to trust institutions and how this can be rational.
      Trusting Institutions [Testo integrale] Jacopo Domenicucci
      Part I: Trust and institutions
      Harmonic and Disharmonic Views of Trust [Testo integrale] Laurent Jaffro
      Istituzioni e pratiche. Le due sfere della realtà sociale [Testo integrale] Enrico Terrone
      Part II: Trusted institutions. Appropriatness and rationality of trust in institutions
      Why (and how to) trust Institutions? Hospitals, Schools, and liberal Trust [Testo integrale] Pierre Lauret
      Trusting anonymous institutions [Testo integrale] Jens van ‘t Klooster
      Part III: crises of trust. Democratic and healthcare system
      Trust, discretion and arbitrariness in democratic politics [Testo integrale] Patti Tamara Lenard
      Trust in health care and vaccine hesitancy [Testo integrale] Elisabetta Lalumera
      Post Script
      States and Intergenerational Bonds [Testo integrale] Tiziana Andina e Jacopo Domenicucci
      The Development of the Sense of ‘the End of Art’ in Arthur Danto [Testo integrale] Raquel Cascales
      PubDate: 2019-03-11
  • 67 2018 – cultural exclusion and frontier zones

    • Abstract: RdE67_1ere couverture The functioning of cultural memory is always accompanied by the emergence of suppression zones covering the experiences and phenomena which were excluded, for some reason or another, from conventional cultural practices. The scope of excluded phenomena is as broad as possible and reaches from inconvenient events, works of art, historical or cultural figures to certain forms of expression, gestures, emotions, material objects, attitudes, discourse frameworks and narration patterns. Being repressed as they are, they, however, still influence the drawing of cultural borderlines and the processes of identity construction. Such dialectics of repression and (re-) actualization can be best characterized through the notion of “cultural exclusion zones” (similar to Chernobyl exclusion zone). In the current issue of “Rivista di Estetica” we thus try to discover and to describe those exclusion zones, the mechanisms of their formation and their multifold impact upon the contents of culture in different social, historical, epistemological and cultural contexts.
      Cultural Exclusion and Frontier Zones
      An Introduction to Russian and International Studies of Cultural Exclusion Zones [Testo integrale] Zhanna Nikolaeva e Sergey Troitskiy
      Logic lessons for Russia [Testo integrale] Alexander Brodsky
      Discourse of Nature in Gregory Skovoroda’s Teaching [Testo integrale] Alexey V. Malinov
      Ethics and ideology in Russian culture during the 18th and 19th centuries [Testo integrale] Elena Ovchinnikova
      Repetition and Chance: The Two Effects of Revolution [Testo integrale] Kseniya Kapelchuk
      What is a wall? [Testo integrale] Ernesto C. Sferrazza Papa
      Re-actualizing a cultural exclusion zone [Testo integrale] Alexander Chertenko
      Actualization and Deactualization in Art Studies [Testo integrale] Anna Troitskaya
      Cataleptic consciousness [Testo integrale] Natalia Artemenko
      From Geographical Lines to Cultural Boundaries [Testo integrale] Timothy Tambassi
      The problem of terminological precision in studies on cultural exclusion zones [Testo integrale] Sergey Troitskiy
      Eliminativismo semantico e competenza lessicale [Testo integrale] Fabrizio Calzavarini
      Le metamorfosi del classico: corpi naturali, artefatti materiali e nuove pseudomorfosi [Testo integrale] Chiara Cappelletto
      L’ermeneutica giuridica come tecnica [Testo integrale] Angela Condello e Maurizio Ferraris
      Alessandro Armando e Giovanni Durbiano, Teoria del progetto architettonico. Dai disegni agli effetti [Testo integrale]
      PubDate: 2018-06-19
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