Geminello Preterossi

Political philosophy and critical thought

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The essay demonstrates that certain, now popular, reconstructive frames of the Modern are not neutral nor innocent, not even for theory. End of the State, post-political globalism, delegitimation of the modern right and of the very notion of normativity have become ideological and misleading common places, unable to perform a comprehension of the contemporary late-modern 'infinite transition'. The author states that in order to practice critical thought one cannot passively assume the deformation of the Modern, but instead position oneself in a critical position internal to its predicaments.


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