Aporia della contemporaneità e medievalità

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This paper that begins here is likely to be accidental and just ornamental in the architecture of a gesture that takes the urgency and depth from the memory, for a simple freedom of feeling and thinking. The subject of discussion is the relationship between contemporaneity and medievality. This speech accepts the necessity of assigning the mediation -between the two terms- to the aporia. Thus, the philosophy as a historically determined act of thinking is questioned peremptorily about its origin and its historical path, exposing itself as an act of initial oppositio. The author addresses all those who were and are for Nunzio Incardona "my pupils, hosàytos and not". Moreover, he entrusts to them in primis this gloss as an isagoge for any additional concomitant quaestio about the relationship between medievality and vicariousness of the philosophy with respect to itself. Indeed, "philosophy begins if it is, hosàytos, in the same way, controfilosofia, because it is against its act of letting generate itself in that way".
Lingua originaleItalian
pagine (da-a)545-562
Numero di pagine18
Stato di pubblicazionePublished - 2014

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