A metaphysical character of war in the conceptions of E. Junger and J. Patocka

Iryna Sidorenko

Abstract


The paper presents a reconstruction of the «metaphysics of war» by involving the conception of a total mobilization by E.Junger and an existential-phenomenological philosophy by J. Patocka. The author claims that the modern «non-traditional» war embodies not the true unity of nations by Junger, or а solidarity experience by Patocka, but the policy of a militarized humanity, which leads to an escalation of violence.


Keywords


War; metaphysical nature of war; total mobilization; Experience of solidarity; violence

References


Arendt H. Istoki totalitarizma. — Moscow : CentrKom, 1996.

Patochka J. Ereticheskie ehsse o filosofii istorii. — Minsk : I.P. Logvinov, 2008.

Junger E. Rabochij. Gospodstvo i geshtalt; Totalnaya mobilizaciya; O boli. — SPb. : Nauka, 2002.

Leed E. No man’s land. Combat & identity in World War I. — Cambridge, London, New York, Melbourne : Cambridge University Press, 1979.


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