The ecological epoché

  • Michael Barber Saint Louis University
Palavras-chave: Mundo de trabalho. Epoché. Sustentabilidade. Realidades múltiplas. Empatia.

Resumo

***A epoché ecológica***

Na discussão de Afred Schutz sobre o mundo da vida cotidiana, que difere de outras realidades múltiplas, apesar de todas essas realidades pertencerem ao mundo da vida que antecede a implementação da redução fenomenológica completa, ele enfatiza que o mundo da vida cotidiana é um mundo de trabalho. Nesse artigo, descreverei o que é trabalhar e seu potencial para prejudicar/comprometer nossas relações com os animais e impactar de forma negativa a sustentabilidade ecológica. Então, sugerirei dois recursos da tradição fenomenológica para desafiar o potencial de tal comprometimento: a noção de empatia de Husserl, que atinge os animais, e a ideia de realidades múltiplas de Schutz, a qual, como argumentarei, poderia incluir uma atitude ecológica distinta iniciada por uma epoché ecológica.

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Biografia do Autor

Michael Barber, Saint Louis University

PhD in philosophy (Yale University, New Haven, Connecticut, USA), professor at the Department of Philosophy, Saint Louis University, St. Louis, Missouri, EUA. Member of the executive council of the International Alfred Schutz Circle for Phenomenology and Interpretive Social Science, and author of The participating citizen – abiography of Alfred Schutz (New York: Suny, 2004)

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Publicado
2017-12-15
Como Citar
Barber, M. (2017). The ecological epoché. Civitas - Revista De Ciências Sociais, 17(3), 456-466. https://doi.org/10.15448/1984-7289.2017.3.27867
Seção
Sociologia e Fenomenologia