Nascita naturale e «seconda nascita» in Hegel
| RIVISTA DI FILOSOFIA NEO-SCOLASTICA - 2018 - 4
Hegel represents a significant exception to the dominant absence of theoretical reflections on birth, an absence which, in the twentieth century, was denounced in particular by Hannah Arendt, Hans Saner and Peter Sloterdijk. Hegel’s theoretical proposal focuses on three fundamental aspects of birth. Firstly, the relationship between mother and unborn child in intra-uterine life and shortly after birth, with the related issue of the ontological status of the embryo...