Homo natura is a Nietzschean expression which points at a new way of putting humanity in relation to Nature. Heidegger and Deleuze can be regarded as two philosophers who re-articulate the bond between Nature, lògos and humanity in a way that puts an end to post-renaissance anthropocentrism. The Heideggerian discussion of the early Greek comprehension of ph ý sis and the Deleuzian project of a schizoanalysis inaugurate a new task of experience, in which the lack of limits of Nature becomes History, out of the frame of any theological and dialectic mediation

Homo natura. Heidegger/Deleuze

TUPPINI, Tommaso
2015-01-01

Abstract

Homo natura is a Nietzschean expression which points at a new way of putting humanity in relation to Nature. Heidegger and Deleuze can be regarded as two philosophers who re-articulate the bond between Nature, lògos and humanity in a way that puts an end to post-renaissance anthropocentrism. The Heideggerian discussion of the early Greek comprehension of ph ý sis and the Deleuzian project of a schizoanalysis inaugurate a new task of experience, in which the lack of limits of Nature becomes History, out of the frame of any theological and dialectic mediation
Heidegger, Deleuze, Nietzsche, anti-umanesimo, natura
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