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LibraryThing members' description. a sexuality freed by thought from nature. The Sex Appeal of the Inorganic takes the reader on a radical, new tour of Western philosophy-from Descartes, Kant and Hegel to Heidegger, Wittgenstein and Sartre-to reframe our understanding of personal experience and the aesthetic, to examine how, if we are to remember how to feel, we must become a thing who feels, we.
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Contemporary sensibility has transformed the relations between things and humans. Sex extends beyond the act and the body. An organic type of sexuality is being replaced by a neutral, inorganic and artificial sexuality indifferent to beauty, age or form.
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Mario Perniola (20 May 1941, Asti – 9 January 2018, Rome) was an Italian philosopher, professor of aesthetics and author. Many of his works have been published in English. Mario Perniola was born in Asti, Piedmont. Perniola then published his book on the French writer George Bataille (George Bataille e il negativo, Milan: Feltrinelli, 1977; George Bataille and the Negative). The negative here is conceived as the motor of history. Contemporary sensibility has transformed the relations between things and humans.
Mario Perniola was born in Asti, Piedmont. He studied philosophy under Luigi Pareyson at the University of Turin where he graduated in 1965. While he was reading philosophy in Turin, he met Gianni Vattimo, Umberto Eco, who all became prominent scholars of Pareyson’s school. Il sex appeal dell'inorganico, Torino, Einaudi 1994, ISBN 88-06-16996-3. L'estetica del Novecento, Bologna, Il Mulino, 1997.
Many of his works have been published in English.