Contesti di giustizia e culture nella società tecnologica globale

Ragion Pratica: Rivista semestrale 40 (1):137-148 (2013)

Abstract

The encounter of different cultures characterizes liberal-democratic societies in the era of economic and technological lobalization. The interference of new technologies and the relationship between them and the diverse cultures could give rise contrasting ways of giving and doing justice. The fundamental thesis, which I intend to put forward, is that the relation between culture and justice within the «Global Technological Society» is quite profound and requires the adoption of contemporary forms of normativity, both thin and thick,in such way as to allow the recognition of those cultural and intercultural elements, which are present in the concept of justice.

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