This article presents and discusses some theses elaborated by Emanuele Coccia in his recent book The life of Plants. A theme that seemed abandoned to the margins of philosophical conceptuality, the idea of nature, and in particular the idea of plant life, seems to have acquired a renewed interest by philosophers in recent times. Starting from the radical rethinking of some metaphysical categories (subject , object, immersion, life, form), the article discusses the possibility of giving back to the philosophy of nature the importance it deserves. As the book, the article closes with a reflection on the role of philosophy in the future university.

L'anima vegetale del pensiero

Pier alberto porceddu cilione
2019-01-01

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This article presents and discusses some theses elaborated by Emanuele Coccia in his recent book The life of Plants. A theme that seemed abandoned to the margins of philosophical conceptuality, the idea of nature, and in particular the idea of plant life, seems to have acquired a renewed interest by philosophers in recent times. Starting from the radical rethinking of some metaphysical categories (subject , object, immersion, life, form), the article discusses the possibility of giving back to the philosophy of nature the importance it deserves. As the book, the article closes with a reflection on the role of philosophy in the future university.
vita, piante, Coccia, natura, estetica, filosofia
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