A philosophical inquiry into the moral sense of nature and artifacts
These inquiries do not diminish or overshadow the power and importance of the gift that isThe Embers and the Stars. It must be counted among the richest, most eloquent, original, and challenging new works of philosophy to appear in recent years, standing alongisde the best of the authors Kohák admires most, like Marcel and Ricoeur. It must be read. Moreover, we must press Kohák for both the philosophical theology and philosophical inquiry into the moral sense of artifacts toward which this work points. Once there was a man, once there was a raccoon, once there was a work. That is the miracle, that is the point.
Johnson, G.A. (1986). A philosophical inquiry into the moral sense of nature and artifacts. Man and World 19 (1), pp. 103-118.
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