V. 13 N. 1 (2020): The Future as a Problem. Between Philosophy and Cultural Studies

What can philosophy say about future and what is future of philosophy itself? This issue deals with the problematic nature of futurity on ontological, epistemological, ethical, and aesthetical levels. From analyzing the contemporary takes on the future to re-evaluating classic and modern traditions of thought about what is to come, the contributors engage in a rigorous discussion which often calls for an interdisciplinary approach as well as urges for openness of thought. Although different in their topics, objects, and methodology, the contributions to this special issue prove once again that raising the question of the future in philosophy leads to rethinking the future of philosophy itself, be it in the form of novel philosophical movements or in re-conceptualizing the traditional ones.

Pubblicato: 2020-05-01

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