Giacomo Pezzano


This paper suggests that philosophy tells us something about and of the world, mostly of our contemporary world, if we see it as a metamorphic world. Thus, in order to understand our world, I claim that philosophy needs to pose as an explicit question the problem of transformations, or of processes: in this way, transformation can be properly conceived. Then, my contribution aims to present a first “transformative” definition of five concepts or actions, as of some of their main implications or elements: to have an idea (Objective Idea, Subjective Idea, Invention-Idea); to express (to effectuate, to translate); to make experience (to sense, to feel, to imagine); to endeavor (to reorient, to persist); to conceive (to envision, to share). As an appendix, I give also a graphic representation of these five concepts.


Transformation; Ideation; Expression; Making Experience; Process Philosophy; Conceiving; Relations.

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.13136/thau.v4i0.81

DOI (PDF): http://dx.doi.org/10.13136/thau.v4i0.81.g73


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