“Philosophy of Posthuman Art.” Stefan Lorenz Sorgner, 2022, Schwabe Verlag.

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https://doi.org/10.55613/jeet.v32i1.113

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Sometimes I feel that Sorgner's ideas can foresee the questions I can ask about his philosophy. But I cannot claim that he is a prophet of Apollo. Instead, his latest work continues to embrace a Dionysian constant, showing the reaches of an ontology of per-manent becoming and putting into practice his own understanding of philosophy, namely an "Intellectual War of Values" (2017; 2022a, 43-49). Such a statement is Hera-clitean and, therefore, also Nietzschean. In this sense, Philosophy of Posthuman Art is not a work independent of the author's other works, but a necessary consequence of his global intellectual production.

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Sorgner, Stefan L. (2017). Philosophy as “Intellectual War of Values”. In R. Blackford y D. Broderick (eds.), Philosophy’s Future (pp. 193-200). Wiley Blackwell.

Sorgner, Stefan Lorenz. (2022a). Philosophy of Posthuman Art. Schwabe Verlag.

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2022-08-31

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Rojas Cortés, N. A. (2022). “Philosophy of Posthuman Art.” Stefan Lorenz Sorgner, 2022, Schwabe Verlag . Journal of Ethics and Emerging Technologies, 32(1), 1–5. https://doi.org/10.55613/jeet.v32i1.113