The liberal interpretation of the Leviathan reduces the violence of the state of nature to a pre-moral and pre-political level. On the contrary, Schmitt shows, consistently with his political theology, that this violence is evil. Nonetheless, in Schmitt’s argument something appears to be missing: the ultimate roots of the concept of religion (and sociality) stand in a primary act of repeated reciprocity. In the Hobbesian state of nature, the sacri-ficium appears to be a necessary mediation which brakes the disruptive reciprocity of the mimetic violence. This Girardian reading, which was based on Durkheim, Mauss, and Lévi-Strauss, shows the roots of society, ethics, and politics. And, finally, it reveals the intrinsic paideutical nature of these roots.
|Titolo:||GENEALOGIA DELL’EDUCARE. IL SACRO TRA TEOLOGIA POLITICA, RECIPROCITÀ E VIOLENZA MIMETICA|
|Data di pubblicazione:||2016|
|Citazione:||Postiglione, R.M. (2016). GENEALOGIA DELL’EDUCARE. IL SACRO TRA TEOLOGIA POLITICA, RECIPROCITÀ E VIOLENZA MIMETICA. EDUCAZIONE, 5(1), 103-118.|
|Appare nelle tipologie:||1.1 Articolo in rivista|