Starting from the contrast between land and sea as historical forces, the article uses Carl Schmitt's categories for a philosophical analysis of the concept of space, from antiquity to the global age. The text reconstructs the historical-political dynamics of the transformations that took place in modern times in the relationship between land and sea, in a comparison with the philosophical roots of ancient Greece and with the imploding of globalization processes. In the context of the planetary context, the path of rise and decline of the powers is traced according to the relationship with the maritime forces and with the land forces. The current scenario is affirmed as an area in which the outcome of this opposition can reveal the decisive pivot points for the future world political order

Dialettica degli elementi: mari, spazi, poteri

Filippo Corigliano
2022-01-01

Abstract

Starting from the contrast between land and sea as historical forces, the article uses Carl Schmitt's categories for a philosophical analysis of the concept of space, from antiquity to the global age. The text reconstructs the historical-political dynamics of the transformations that took place in modern times in the relationship between land and sea, in a comparison with the philosophical roots of ancient Greece and with the imploding of globalization processes. In the context of the planetary context, the path of rise and decline of the powers is traced according to the relationship with the maritime forces and with the land forces. The current scenario is affirmed as an area in which the outcome of this opposition can reveal the decisive pivot points for the future world political order
dialectic, sea, space, power, Schmitt
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