Petrov K.A. SUBJECT, HUMAN, CORPORALITY IN THE PHILOSOPHY OF PETER SLOTERDIJK

Petrov Kirill Alekseevich
Postgraduate student, Department of Philosophy, Volgograd State University
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Abstract: In this article the author researches Peter Sloterdijk's, one of the most famous German philosophers, theory of subject. The reduction of human to its corporality is the condition of transparence of subject in the postmetaphysical philosophy. This representation of the corporality is based on the analysis of prenatal states of human beings and series of "technological explications" of its relation to the environment. In other words, the transparence of subject in Sloterdijk's philosophy is the consequence of technological interpretation of human.

Key words: subject, object, human, corporality, metaphysics, technique, postmetaphysical philosophy.

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