Il dominio della crisi in Europa
Piroddi, C. (2018). Il dominio della crisi in Europa. Philosophical Readings, 10(1), 70-77. https://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.1198608
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© 2018 Corrado Piroddi
The paper seeks to interpret the European crisis following the critical-pragmatic approach that has been developed by the French sociologist Luc Boltanski. In this respect, the essay aims to achieve two main objectives. The first one is to show how the current crisis can be described not only focusing on its systemic, structural nature, but also taking into account the critical claims of social actors. In this respect, it will be argued that the European crisis can be seen as a form of institutional disorder, i.e. a lack of legitimacy of supra-national European institutions, which is grounded on the distrust of both European citizens and international markets. The second purpose is to explain how such a condition of crisis can foster and support the affirmation of a «regime of complex domination», namely a non-planned, unintended form of oppression.
PublisherUniversità Ca’ Foscari
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