著者
藤田 祐
出版者
日本イギリス哲学会
雑誌
イギリス哲学研究 (ISSN:03877450)
巻号頁・発行日
vol.27, pp.39-54, 2004-03-20 (Released:2018-04-25)

In his ‘Evolution and Ethics’ T. H. Huxley formulates the antagonism between nature and art. In this formulation, human beings and society have in themselves both natural and artificial aspects, to which he attaches ambiguous values. This view is closely connected with his political argument in ‘The Struggle for Existence in Human Society’, which seeks the middle course between ‘Anarchic Individualism’ and ‘Regimental Socialism’. In his formulation, the antagonism between individualism and socialism is parallel to that between nature and art. It can be argued, therefore, that his middle-of-the-road politics is based on his ambiguous attitudes to nature and art.

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藤田祐「自然と人為の対立とその政治的含意——T・H・ハクスリーの進化社会理論」『イギリス哲学研究』27 (2004): 39–54. https://t.co/keNTOCbz2l
(多くの反応をいただいているので補足すると)「文系/理系」という対立図式で何かを語ることにあまり意味を見いだせませんし、科学や学問に根ざした言明とも思えませんが、科学とイデオロギーの関係について書いた論文を、もしよろしければ。 https://t.co/keNTOCbz2l

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