Emanuela Susca, Ambivalence beyond modernity. Rationalization and morality in Bauman’s social theory

This article focuses on Bauman’s theorisation of ambivalence, with particular reference both to the link established between modernity and ambivalence itself and to the Baumanian conception of morality. Both of these thematisations are considered in relation to the ideas of the human being and humanity as a whole, which in turn are seen as historical and social categorisations at least potentially capable of opening up new possibilities for recognising the other.

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