Multinaturalism shouldn’t be viewed solely as the paradigmatic existence of multiple natures in different cultures – or “ontologies” as Descola refers to them – but also and most importantly as the syntagmatic presence, and the resulting contrast, of various ontologies within the same culture. From a semiotic point of view, then, the so-called ontologies are considered to be effects of meaning derived from precise discursive dispositifs. Describing such dispositifs is the aim of this paper.

MArrone giovanni (2018). Bestiality: Animal Cultures. In G. Marrone, D. Mangano (a cura di), Semiotics of Animals in Culture (pp. 121-134). Cham : Springer [10.1007/978-3-319-72992-3_9].

Bestiality: Animal Cultures

MArrone giovanni
2018-01-01

Abstract

Multinaturalism shouldn’t be viewed solely as the paradigmatic existence of multiple natures in different cultures – or “ontologies” as Descola refers to them – but also and most importantly as the syntagmatic presence, and the resulting contrast, of various ontologies within the same culture. From a semiotic point of view, then, the so-called ontologies are considered to be effects of meaning derived from precise discursive dispositifs. Describing such dispositifs is the aim of this paper.
2018
Settore M-FIL/05 - Filosofia E Teoria Dei Linguaggi
MArrone giovanni (2018). Bestiality: Animal Cultures. In G. Marrone, D. Mangano (a cura di), Semiotics of Animals in Culture (pp. 121-134). Cham : Springer [10.1007/978-3-319-72992-3_9].
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