H. Arendt‘s interpretation of natural and artificial in the political phenomenology of the human condition / H. Arendt natūros ir artefakto interpretacija žmogaus būklėspolitinėje fenomenologijoje

@inproceedings{Kovcs2012HAI,
  title={H. Arendt‘s interpretation of natural and artificial in the political phenomenology of the human condition / H. Arendt natūros ir artefakto interpretacija {\vz}mogaus būklėspolitinėje fenomenologijoje},
  author={G{\'a}bor M. Kov{\'a}cs},
  year={2012}
}
Modernity, in philosophical and sociological literature, has “traditionally” been presented as the age when artifacts supplant nature and destroy the originally given natural environment. The process of modernization, from this point of view, is the process of de-naturalization. This widely shared conviction has basically been questioned by Hannah Arendt. During the centuries of modern age, in the detriment of the commonly created and uphold human world, process of re-naturalization has been… CONTINUE READING