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Between nature and technique: a matter of tact

By Velentina Bulo

Abstract

Hay dos frases que quisiera comentar aquí: “No hay naturaleza”, de Jean-Luc Nancy, y “el ser es el Capital”, de Frédéric Neyrat. La intersección de ellas pasa por Heidegger y su idea de Gestell. No es objetivo de este texto hablar “sobre la naturaleza”, como lo hicieron los primeros griegos, ni hacer una historia del concepto; más bien intentaremos realizar un trazoentre naturaleza y técnica utilizando los conceptos de Gestell, Ecotecnia y consumación, de Heidegger, Nancy y Neyrat, respectivamente. Este “entre” (al estilo heideggeriano) indicará una figura epocal: uno de los trazos de nuestro mundo globalizado marca esta fusión de naturaleza y artificio. There are two phrases that I would like to comment: “There is no nature”, from Jean-Luc Nancy, and “the being is the Capital”, from Frédéric Neyrat. The intersection between both of these concepts passes through Heidegger and his idea of Gestell. It is not an objective of this text to talk “about nature”, as the first Greeks did, neither to carry out a history of the concept; rather, what we will try to do is to draw a line between nature and technique using the concepts of Gestell, Ecotecnia and consummation, from Heidegger, Nancy and Neyrat, respectively. This “between” (in Heideggerian style) will indicate an epochal figure: one of the lines of our globalized world marks this fusion of nature and artifice.  

Publisher: Universidad de Chile. Facultad de Filosofía y Humanidades
Year: 2012
OAI identifier: oai:ojs.revistas.uchile.cl:article/25336

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