Tecnica, linguaggio e autopoiesi dell'umano. Un dialogo con Paul Alsberg

Elena Nardelli, Università Degli Studi Di Trieste
Paul Alsberg's anthropology could support the reform of Husserlian phenomenology conducted by Carmine Di Martino in his Viventi umani e non umani, not only showing the autopoietic effects of the human technological activity with the principle of body-liberation, but also understanding language as a particular tool. This paper investigates technology and language as crucial factors employed to draw the line between human and non-human living being in a discontinuistic evolutionary perspective.
doi:10.13137/1825-5167/28367 fatcat:mesf65drjvcr5l3lvetpn7go6a