Immanentism and political atheism

Author:

Giovanni Turco

Location:

Espíritu: ISSN 0014-0716, Year 68, Issue 157, 2019, pages 25-59

Language:

Italian

Abstract:

The text proceeds from the analysis of the correlation between the idea of rationality and the affirmation-negation of God. Therefore it considers the epistemological premises of modern atheism, identified in the unfolding of the principle of immanence. It subsequently goes on to examine both the political atheism of modernity and that of post-modernity. The first, presents itself vividly in the theory of the State as the arbiter of justice and injustice, as of good and evil, while the latter is expressed as an active, positive or deconstructive negation of being (of politics) in its determinacy. On these assumptions, atheism coincides with the anti-ontology of politics, and this is resolved in the post-ontology. Such “immanentization” vacates order in organization and power in effectiveness.

Key words:

political atheism, immanentism, transontology, theonoetic.

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