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From the Emergency Crisis to Resilient and Transfigurative Ethics Mostra a grandezza intera



From the Emergency Crisis to Resilient and Transfigurative Ethics

Marco Ettore Grasso

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The emergency crises which strike humanity have often been caused by the same men who, in order to acquire more and more power, are willing to deny and subdue their own brothers. Therefore, fear and vulnerability grow within this pathological condition, which sees the financialized economy as an absolute god. Emergency crises, therefore, require justice and responsibility, as well as a new critical anthropological form of truth.
The resulting resilience is something which touches different spheres, so much so that this work will take some particular forms of ethics into consideration (“pre-resilient ethics”, “patiendi ethics”, “already measured ethics” and “closeness ethics”). These anticipate the transfigurative path, which – thanks to “critical consciousness”, “trust”, and “dignitary justice” – transfigure critical/emergency oblivion into luminous and free “Love”.

Note sull'Autore

Marco Ettore Grasso (Ph.D. in Philosophy of law) collaborates on the subjects of Theoretical Philosophy and Philosophy of Sustainable Development at the University of Macerata (Department of Humanities). He has written some books and papers on resilience and sustainability ethics.

Table of Contents

Section 1. Emergency, Crisis and Catastrophe Ethics
1. Emergency Ethics: Which Form of Sustainability?
1.1. The Theoretical Foundations of Emergency Ethics
1.2. The Concept of “Risk”
1.3. What is a Catastrophe?
1.4. Responsible Catastrophism Ethics

2. Crisis Ethics
2.1. Crisis as an Entropic-Nihilistic Pathology: Epistemology of Power
2.2. Entropic and Nihilistic Abstraction
2.3. Economy and Death

3. What type of “Humanism”?

4. Which Technoscience?

5. Fear

6. Vulnerability

7. Survival Ethics

8. Future and Social Justice

Section 2. Resilient and Transfigurative Ethics

9. Resilient Ethics

10. Resilience and Vulnerability: Two Sides of the Same Coin

11. Main Theories of Resilience

12. Post-Constructivist Ethics

13. Pre-Resilient Ethics
13.1. Fortitude
13.2. Hope

14. “Patiendi” Ethics
14.1. Patience
14.2. Empathy
14.3. Compassion

15. Closeness Ethics: Proximity and Solidarity
15.1. Proximity
15.2. Solidarity

16. Readily Measured Ethics
16.1. Temperance
16.2. Vigilance

17. Transfigurative Ethics: Trust, Conscience and Dignitary Justice
17.1. Trust
17.2. Consciousness

18. Justice
18.1. Dignity as Human Justice

19. An Ontology of Love: For a “True Human Justice”

20. Phenomenology of Light

21. Conclusions

In copertina: “Metamorphosis” di Stefania Grasso ©2022

  • Codice ISBN (print) 978-88-6056-837-3
  • Codice ISBN (PDF) 978-88-6056-838-0
  • Numero pagine 130
  • Formato 14x21
  • Anno 2022
  • Editore ©2022 eum edizioni università di macerata

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