Risonanza come concetto chiave della teoria sociale
This essay shows the efficacy of resonance as founding concept of the sociology of the relationship with the world. After the delineation of the modern imperative of progress, the inclination to take over always wider parts of the world and the consequent fear of the reification of the relationship with the world, it is shown how efficiently a critical theory of the relationships of resonance established by the society (the relationships of mutual transformation between the subject and the world) puts in light the actual crisis of resonance and gives importance to a relationship based on the “transformative connection” with the world rather than on the possession of the world.
Resonance; Self-efficacy; Unavailableness
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