The Utopian Human Right to Science and Culture: Toward the by Anna Maria Andersen Nawrot

By Anna Maria Andersen Nawrot

This booklet explores the query of even if the suitable correct to technological know-how and tradition exists. It proposes that the human correct to technology and tradition is of a utopian personality and argues for the need of the lifestyles of the sort of correct through constructing a philosophical undertaking positioned in postmodernity, in line with the idea of 'thinking by way of excendence'. The ebook brings a unique and significant method of human rights usually and to the human correct to technology and tradition specifically. It deals a brand new frame of mind approximately entry to wisdom within the postanalogue, postmodern society. encouraged via twentieth century serious theorists equivalent to Levinas, Gadamer, Bauman and Habermas, the e-book starts by utilizing excendence as a manner of brooding about the person, speech and textual content. It considers paradigms coming up from postanalogue society, revealing the ignored normative content material of the human correct to technology and tradition and proposes a morality, dignity and unity positioned in a postmodern context. eventually the booklet concludes by means of responding to questions about happiness, dignity and that that's social. together with an Annex which provides the author's deepest venture with regards to considering within the context of the adventure from 'myth to reason', this publication is of curiosity to researchers within the fields of philosophy and the speculation of legislations, human rights, highbrow estate and social concept.

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There you find huts; in Paul a church. There all men are equal and God himself is a man; in Paul there is already something of a hierarchy; honours and official positions’. E. Løgstrup, The Ethical Demand. Introduction by Hans Fink and Alasdair MacIntyre (University of Notre Dame Press, Notre Dame and London 1997), p. 1. See also K. Løgstrup, Beyond the Ethical Demand (University of Notre Dame Press, Notre Dame 2007). 26 S. Andersen and K. E. Løgstrup (Notre Dame, University of Notre Dame Press 2007), pp.

The Face fails to appear as a qualitative datum which forms a synthesis of images of the others encountered in specific experiences (as one can experience the presence of another man but not see his face). The Face inspires, provides food for thought. However it is not thinking of something or someone. It is a particular thinking: thinking for, thus the thinking which is not knowledge but surrender. The surrender calls into question me, that is the Individual himself. 99 In such a joint filling of time the collective morality becomes an achievement of a number of moral Individuals.

See also in this context cited by B. Wojciechowski: A. Honneth, Kampf um Anerkennung. Zur moralischen Grammatik sozialer Kämpfe (Frankfurt am Main 1994), p. 209. 22 The Utopian Human Right to Science and Culture which literally nothing is of significance to us. This philosophy is referred to by the outstanding Polish scholar as ‘philosophy without responsibility’, one with no beliefs. 11 We are becoming a society of an indifferent majority (and, what follows, a civilization accepting fanatics) and a society in which everything can be perceived as a play or even a jest.

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