Friday, January 26, 2018

Julio Cabrera on an antinatalist ontology.
In the first part of this book, called “On the road for a morality of non-being”, I present some basic ideas about ontology concerning the relations between being and not-being, and the place of values in ontology. These ideas are developed around a critical interpretation of Heidegger’s valueless or “apatic” ontology, which was exclusively concerned with the sense of being, without exploring the question of its value. I intend here a sort of negative appropriation of ontological difference, establishing the domain of being itself as the more appropriate to put the question of the value of a human life, and not merely the domain of beings within the world. (Not to be pessimistic just because the immediate things of life did not work today, but for structural reasons).
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