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  1. Considerazioni Antropologiche E Spunti Etici Nel Momus di Leon Battista Alberti.Giovanni Alberti - 2015 - Annuario Filosofico 31:91-105.
    This article aims to show the ethical reflection wich is present in L.B. Alberti’s Momus. The essay also tries to identify its main characters. The model of the simulator, embodied by Momo, doesn’t respond to the ethical model theorized by Alberti. In the simulator some critics recognized the true meaning of the work. Howewer, this ethic model is expressly denied by Alberti. In a world always subjugated by fate, infact, a general ethical theory is simply ineffective. Now, analyzing the trends (...)
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  2. Epoché di Dio. Possibilità di Un Percorso Fenomenologico.Carla Canullo - 2015 - Annuario Filosofico 31:208-237.
    Where does it bring us, today, the question-God, which phenomenology has not ceased to discuss? What we can say is that this is a controversial issue, which has divided both who has tried to practise in first person phenomenology and who has carefully read Husserl’s works on the topic. If the question-God can be repeated today, it must be done according to Husserl’s gesture that starts any opening of new fields of knowledge, that is the reduction and the epoché. It (...)
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  3. Continuità E Limite: Hegel E la Trasformazione Del Reale.Gaetano Chiurazzi - 2015 - Annuario Filosofico 31:145-160.
    Hegel’s conception of becoming can be said to arise from his intense confrontation with the debates of his time on continuous and mathematical infinite, in which also the thesis about time and movement of Aristotle’s Physics converge. According to Hegel, mathematical infinite already includes the true infinite, which is essentially relation. Basing his insights on the Newtonian rather than on the Leibnizian theory of differential calculus, Hegel draws the idea that the quantum exists only as a ratio; as such, however, (...)
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  4. Violenza Della Religione? Dal Sacro Al Santo.Claudio Ciancio - 2015 - Annuario Filosofico 31:7-20.
    Among the major subjects allegedly responsible for social and political violence there is religion. It is true that religion can promote intolerance and violence when the divine is objectified, i.e. has the form of sacred. Without denying the symbolic dimension of religion, is necessary to purify it to access the divine in the form of the holy, the one for which it is configured as both absolutely transcendent and absolutely immanent. This thesis is illustrated here through an interpretation of the (...)
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  5. C'è Ancora Bisogno di Filosofia.Claudio Ciancio - 2015 - Annuario Filosofico 31:433-443.
    The risks of the two main trends of contemporary thought, the analytic and the continental one, are the following. For the first one, the risk of escaping the radicalism required to the philosophical thought, which imposes going to last problems and to problematization of itself, for the second one the risk of lapsing into the lack of rigour and into chatting. In both ways there is the risk of dissolving philosophy. That is why philosophy is now called to a more (...)
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  6. Una "Religione Civile": Il Vincolo E Il Legame.Alessandra Cislaghi - 2015 - Annuario Filosofico 31:33-48.
    The essay examines the theme of “Civil Religion”, through the double semantic of the wording: the expression designates the beliefs that support a social cohesion and preserve common values, but it may also be interpreted as a spiritual disposition fully respectful of the humanness versus an uncivil, barbaric and rude ideology, therefore inhuman. For the investigation’s purpose two concepts are compared: “bond” and “link”. The former has a negative valency,as meaning that religion as “bond” submits the vital needs and oppresses (...)
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  7. Il Rapporto Anima Del Mondo-Corpo Del Mondo Nel Pensiero di Giordano Bruno.Dall'Igna Antonio - 2015 - Annuario Filosofico 31:125-144.
    The present article discusses the relation between world soul and world body in the most significant works of Giordano Bruno. The analysis moves from the individuation of some differences in the concepts of soul and matter within Bruno’s works, recognizing a clear tendency toward immanence. Such tendency does not completely exclude the presence of a transcendent cause, establishing therefore two different conceptions: on the one hand, a conception resting upon immanence; on the other hand, a conception preserving a neoplatonic transcendence, (...)
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  8. Secolarizzazione Ed Essenza Della Religione. Per Un'ermeneutica Del Cristianesimo Nell'"Età Secolare".Giovanni Ferretti - 2015 - Annuario Filosofico 31:361-374.
    The aim of the essay is to dialogue with the new interpretation of secularization and, in a correlative way, of the essence of religion that Ugo Perone gives in his latest writings. As to secularization, in Perone one moves from an interpretation in a philosophical-theological key to an interpretation in a sociological-political key. As to the essence of religion, Perone individualizes it in a nucleus of resistance to every conceptual understanding of philosophical type as well as to every transcription in (...)
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  9. Arte E Messianismo Nel Pensiero di Hermann Cohen.Ezio Gamba - 2015 - Annuario Filosofico 31:177-207.
    “The Messiah [...] is the source of all religious art.” This statement, which we find in Cohen’s Über den ästhetischen Wert unserer religiösen Bildung, seems to be not fully consistent with the whole of Cohen’s aesthetics and with Cohen’s thought about the possibility of art having religious themes. In order to explain this statement and Cohen’s perspective about Messianism in art, in §§ 1-3 I examine Cohen’s reflections about this topic in his main works about art and religion; in § (...)
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  10. Warum Die Religion Oder Vielleicht Auch Ein Gott Gebraucht Werden. Aktuelle Einwürfe Zur Gottesfrage.Wilhelm Gräb - 2015 - Annuario Filosofico 31:375-388.
    This articles starts with the thesis developed by Ugo Perone that the secularization of modern societies doesn’t mean their loss of religion. Following Perone the challenge of theology and philosophy as well is to defend religion as belonging to the human existence. Referring to different other contemporary thinkers this article shows that an anthropological understanding of religion realizes that the finite human existence cannot find meaning without its religious self-interpretation. The final intention of the article is to support Ugo Perones (...)
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  11. «Unbeirrbar Ins Unumgängliche»: La «Refondation» du Philosopher Dans Überlegungen II de Heidegger.Jean Greisch - 2015 - Annuario Filosofico 31:238-255.
    The schwarze Hefte of Heidegger inaugurate a new and highly “critical“ phase of the reception of his thought. The present study, which is limited to Überlegungen II, dating from 1931, has the task to understand what kind of philosophical Prometheus Heidegger wanted to be, exposing himself at his own risk to advent of being in the hope of discovering a new opportunity to understand the being of man.
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  12. Ugo Perone Sulla Natura Del Bene.Enrico Guglielminetti - 2015 - Annuario Filosofico 31:405-432.
    Once, Ugo Perone defined memory as a form of “resistance against the never exorcisable threat of forgetfulness”, “a passionate resistance in favor of being and the good”. A tragic sentiment of the frailty of the finite, if not even an anxiety for annihilation, runs through Perone’s philosophy. After the caesura, reality is reduced to a “thin line”. The whole reality seems to have become victim of the little hunchback, to use Benjamin’s expression. It is as if we were left with (...)
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  13. Il Concetto di "Vicissitudine" Nella Seconda Metà Del Cinquecento. Louis Le Roy E Giordano Bruno.Thomas Leinkauf - 2015 - Annuario Filosofico 31:106-124.
    The article – dedicated to the concept of vicissitude – examines the work De la vicissitude ou variété des choses en l’univers by the French author Louis Le Roy and the Italian and Latin works in which Giordano Bruno uses this concept to explain natural dynamics, describing two different ways to interpret the processes supporting the perpetual mutation of res naturales. According to Le Roy the transformation is the result of a divine calculation that keeps together two heterogeneous components of (...)
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  14. Narrative Della Secolarizzazione Tra Riforma Ed "Eresia". Un Confronto Tra Charles Taylor E John Milbank.Graziano Lingua - 2015 - Annuario Filosofico 31:333-358.
    This essay aims to compare the genealogies of secularization proposed by Charles Taylor and John Milbank, two of the most relevant interpretations in the contemporary revival of the debate on this issue. It claims to show that they are not simply based on different historical perspectives, but also on divergent theoretical devices. Through a synthetic reconstruction of both this narratives of the secularization process, the author firstly highlights their common conviction that secularization is not the simple result of the dissolution (...)
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  15. L'escatologia in Età Ellenistica.Aldo Magris - 2015 - Annuario Filosofico 31:51-90.
    Afterlife is described in ancient Greek poetry and popular fancy as a waste, gloomy landscape where the souls wandering therein cannot bur regret their lost earthly existence. Only some outstanding individuals and heroes is granted to survive in a more pleasing location such as the “Blessed Islands”, or among the gods. The Eleusinian mystery cult and the Orphic sects were teaching, in opposition to the common view, that death far from being simply the end was rather the beginning of a (...)
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  16. Lévinas in Dialogo Con Jaspers, Kant E Nietzsche.Marzano Silvia - 2015 - Annuario Filosofico 31:256-284.
    ion, retreat of the Other, ethical difference, height, dissymmetry in Levinas and mediation of the ciphers, “metaphisical objectivity” in Jaspers; absolutely Other in Levinas, umgreifende in Jaspers. After “the death of God” the Infinite for Levinas stays not before his witness but in the passivity I express him. Consonance with the Kant’s sublime and with Nietzsche? The Levinas reference to other thinkers in this paper also concerns, critically interpreted, the One of the Neoplatonism and the biblical command of Exodus. In (...)
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  17. Oggetti di Responsabilità. Hans Jonas, Ágnes Heller E Paul Ricoeur in Dialogo.Giulio Panizza - 2015 - Annuario Filosofico 31:285-310.
    This paper presents the various aspects of the notion of responsibility within the contemporary philosophical debate. To this purpose, I distinguish between: i) an ontological dimension of responsibility, as found in the work Hans Jonas, where responsibility is understood as towards future generations through the preservation of the planet, and is based around the notions of care and ‘heuristics of fear’, as opposed to totalizing technical knowledge; ii) a functional and normative dimension of responsibility in the thought of Agnes Heller, (...)
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  18. La Reciprocità Impossibile? Un Saggio Sull'amicizia.Ugo Perone - 2015 - Annuario Filosofico 31:444-465.
    A large exposition of the different theories about friendship shows that there are two principal models about it: the first one stresses the reciprocity between friends, the second one bases reciprocity on the third element of shared values by friends. Four distinctive elements seem to be necessary for a friendship: two Subjects, a shared horizon of values, and common experiences of life.
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  19. Whitehead E la Teodicea.Giuseppe Riconda - 2015 - Annuario Filosofico 31:163-176.
    The article outlines the notion of God as an element of metaphysical hypothesis of A.N. Whitehead and his treatment of the problem of evil. A deeper investigation of the question in the “whiteheadian theodicy” worked out by D. Griffin is examinated as well as his discussion with John Hick who underlines shortcomings of the process theology, charging it of “elitism”. The main problem is the meaning of objective immortality in God and its possible religious relevance. How can be thought a (...)
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  20. In Interiore Homine Habitat Veritas. Im Inneren Menschen Wohnt Die Wahrheit. Die Wahrheit des Selbst Im Gefühl.Slenczka Notger - 2015 - Annuario Filosofico 31:389-404.
    It is a conviction shared by Heidegger and by Christian tradition that human beings are unable, in their explicit self-interpretation, to know themselfes properly. „Properly“ means: to interpret themselfes according to the way they know themselfes pre-consciously. The present essay follows a path from Heidegger’s analysis of „boredom“ via early Luther’s concept of „humility“ to Perone’s theory of „feeling“ and, by this, tries to show that this pre-conscious self-awareness consists in a feeling of self. In the paragraph on Luther, it (...)
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  21. Abitare l'Oikos. Per Una Continuità Tra Prossimi, Soci E Posteri: Hans Joas E Paul Ricoeur in Dialogo.Vendra Maria Cristina Clorinda - 2015 - Annuario Filosofico 31:311-332.
    In today’s era of globalization, humans are forced as never before to face a variety of challenges concerning the future of life on Earth such as climate change and environmental disasters. Through reference to Paul Ricoeur’s and Hans Jonas’ thought, my paper seeks to rethink the relationship between human being and nature focusing the attention on the notion of responsibility. The aim is to recompose a frame between the hermeneutical and phenomenological analysis of responsibility and the metaphysics of life. It (...)
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  22. Qui Est L'Homme?Miklos Vetö - 2015 - Annuario Filosofico 31:21-32.
    Man’s essence is not to be found in his belonging to a species, i.e. in his possessing of an essence. And our humanity is not to be defined according to our being “rational”: theoretical reason stands in a metaphysical continuity with sensation and perception, realities of the natural world. Man is, however, not a given, natural thing but a being existing in history. Our history’s principle and energy is freedom. Each of us receives a call to become and to act (...)
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