DIVENIRE. PICCOLO LESSICO FILOSOFICO DELLA TRASFORMAZIONE

Giacomo Pezzano

Abstract


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.

Keywords


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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