Natura o tecnica? Sars-Cov-2, nuovi materialismi e critica dell’Antropocene

Titolo Rivista: SOCIOLOGIA URBANA E RURALE
Autori/Curatori: Luigi Pellizzoni
Anno di pubblicazione: 2022 Fascicolo: 127 Lingua: Italiano
Numero pagine: 13 P. 94-106 Dimensione file: 284 KB
DOI: 10.3280/SUR2022-127008
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La pandemia del Sars-CoV-2 sollecita la sociologia dell’ambiente a interrogarsi sugli approcci adeguati a renderne conto. A lungo la disciplina è stata dominata dal dibattito tra realismo e costruttivismo, de facto privilegiando quest’ultimo. La "svolta ontologica" nelle scienze sociali e umane ha portato alla ribalta materialismi anti-dualisti, idonei sulla carta a confrontarsi con un ibrido socio-materiale quale il Sars-CoV-2. Tuttavia, le implicazioni emancipative tratte dalla critica dei dualismi moderni non hanno riscontro in una situazione in cui l’estrazione di valore coincide sempre più con la negazione della distinzione tra natura e tecnica. Il dibattito sull’Antropocene offre una prospettiva utile a fare chiarezza.

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Luigi Pellizzoni, Natura o tecnica? Sars-Cov-2, nuovi materialismi e critica dell’Antropocene in "SOCIOLOGIA URBANA E RURALE" 127/2022, pp 94-106, DOI: 10.3280/SUR2022-127008