Philosophiques 23 (2):253-264 (1996)

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Le but de cet article est de repérer dans la Doctrine du droit, première partie de la Métaphysique des moeurs de Kant, ce qui peut bien être considéré comme une conceptualisation de la nature, et du rapport des humains à la nature, que la critique écologique contemporaine place au coeur même de la modalité pratique de la science et de la technologie modernes. Nous faisons en particulier référence au rapport d'appropriation de la nature dont la propriété n'est, chez Kant, dans ce contexte, qu'un corollaire et à la constitution du monde comme altérité absolue de la chose privée de tout droit, par rapport à laquelle il n'y a donc point d'obligation.The aim of this article is to identify in the Doctrine of Right of Kant's The Metaphysics of Morals the elements of what may be considered a conceptualisation of nature, and of the human relation to nature arguing that such a conceptualisation is precisely the object of contemporary ecological critique insofar as it animates modern scientific and technological practices. Particular reference is made to the relation of appropriation of nature of which private property is, in the context, but a corollary and to the constitution of the world as absolute otherness in relation to which there can be no question of obligation
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