This essay is an attempt to highlight an aspect of Sergio Cotta’s philosophy of law and, in particular, it focuses on the relation between law and anthropological dimension as developed by Cotta. The attention paid to the anthropological research (especially but not only Lévi-Strauss), in combination with an original re-interpretation of classical perspectives and phenomenological orientation as well, allows Cotta to elaborate an existential-structural anthropology which is based on the idea of “universal (constant) dimensions”. According to this model the anthropological point of view becomes a philosophical anthropology as a whole: within it law, identified as regards its methodological-epistemic autonomy and different from other ambits (for instance politics), represents an inescapable anthropological-philosophical category. Finally: law is an anthropology.
|Titolo tradotto del contributo||[Autom. eng. transl.] "Anthropologist" crush. Cultural-structuralist anthropology, structural-existential anthropology (ontology), philosophical anthropology|
|Numero di pagine||16|
|Stato di pubblicazione||Pubblicato - 2017|
- Diritto, Antropologia strutturale, Antropologia filosofica
- Law, Structural Anthropology, Philosophical Anthropology