The aim of this brief reply to Rengger's paper is to develop a critique of the so-called 'code fetishism' in the moral, social, and political sphere. After a brief analysis of the debate between Charles Taylor and Bernard Williams, I focus, first, on Taylor’s reflections on Ivan Illich's interpretation of the parable of the Good Samaritan. Then, I analyze the challenges that emerge from such interpretation, particularly those concerning identity and citenzship. Finally, I consider some questions about the link between nomolatry and political power.

Gerolin, A., Oltre il ‘feticismo del codice’: per quale visione dell’identità e della cittadinanza?, <<RIVISTA DI FILOSOFIA NEOSCOLASTICA>>, 2015; CVII (1-2): 383-388 [http://hdl.handle.net/10807/69799]

Oltre il ‘feticismo del codice’: per quale visione dell’identità e della cittadinanza?

Gerolin, Alessandra
2015

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The aim of this brief reply to Rengger's paper is to develop a critique of the so-called 'code fetishism' in the moral, social, and political sphere. After a brief analysis of the debate between Charles Taylor and Bernard Williams, I focus, first, on Taylor’s reflections on Ivan Illich's interpretation of the parable of the Good Samaritan. Then, I analyze the challenges that emerge from such interpretation, particularly those concerning identity and citenzship. Finally, I consider some questions about the link between nomolatry and political power.
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Gerolin, A., Oltre il ‘feticismo del codice’: per quale visione dell’identità e della cittadinanza?, <>, 2015; CVII (1-2): 383-388 [http://hdl.handle.net/10807/69799]
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