Filosofia della civiltà (Italian Edition) by Albert Schweitzer

By Albert Schweitzer

Scritto e rielaborato da Schweitzer tra il 1913 e il 1917, Filosofia della civiltà offre un’impietosa critica della realtà e della cultura dominanti. Ma l’autore individua un’importante through di ricostruzione: solo il principio del “rispetto according to l. a. vita” può illuminare il cammino dell’umanità e condurla al vero progresso.
Il nostro pensiero filosofico – lamenta Schweitzer – ha smarrito l. a. sua dimensione elementare e anche l’etica sembra brancolare nel buio. los angeles vera filosofia deve muovere dalla constatazione più immediata della coscienza: «Sono vita che vuole vivere, in mezzo a vita che vuole vivere». A partire da questo punto di vista possiamo intessere una relazione spirituale con il mondo, prima ancora di dedicarci alla sua conoscenza. Schweitzer ci invita a sentirci partecipi della vita di ogni essere che ci circonda; solo così cuore e ragione si incontrano e si compenetrano perfettamente. l. a. visione di Schweitzer è di grandissima attualità. Molto prima della globalizzazione sviluppa l’idea dell’interdipendenza di tutti gli esseri viventi sulla terra, anticipando l. a. diffusione dei temi ecologici. Grazie alla sua attività umanitaria dimostra los angeles poliedricità di un uomo rinascimentale, che spazia tra assorted self-discipline sentendo su di sé l. a. responsabilità del cammino dell’uomo nel mondo.

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