Jacques Derrida first dwelled on a right to philosophy in his Du droit à la philosophie, 1990. Since that book, inside the philosophical practices movements, many things have changed: philosophy is not only a school discipline but it is also a practice that is performed in many places, even unexpected, such as prisons, municipalities, hospitals, children gardens and primary schools and the idea of the existence of the right to philosophy has been growing up. We usually ask for a right when we think it is denied without a reason. Is there anyone who denies this right? And what has now become the so “popular” and “hyper-specialized” philosophy? What would we expect the philosophy to be in the next years? How could philosophical dissemination reach a sharing elaboration of philosophizing? What are the risks and the benefits of this process? Chapters in English, Italian, Spanish and Portoguese. All the abstracts are in English.
|Titolo:||Il diritto alla filosofia. Quale filosofia per il terzo millennio?|
|Autori interni:||CANDIOTTO, LAURA|
|Data di pubblicazione:||2016|
|Serie:||Filosofia del presente|
|Appare nelle tipologie:||5.1 Curatela|
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