between symptoms and pharmakon. Bernard Stiegler's Organology of Morality
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Pharmakon
symptoms
philosophy of technics
nihilism
stoics
pharmacology
organology
digital technology fármakon
síntomas
filosofía de la técnica
nihilismo
estoicos
farmacología
organología
tecnología digital farmakon
sintomas
filosofia da técnica
niilismo
estoicos
farmacologia
organologia
tecnologia digital

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Vignola, P. (2020). between symptoms and pharmakon. Bernard Stiegler’s Organology of Morality. Revista Colombiana De Bioética, 15(1). https://doi.org/10.18270/rcb.v15i1.2683

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Purpose/Context. This article explores Bernard Stiegler’s philosophy of technics, focusing on the moral dimension of the pharmacological perspective. Its purpose is motivated by the bioethical questions arising from the Stieglerian standpoint, particularly the phenomena of addictions to digital technology and the social and cognitive effects of the multimedia context.


Method/Approach. The methodological approach is Stiegler’s pharmacological perspective, whereby we can rethink the bases of ethics and morals in the digital realm.


Results/Findings. It makes a theoretical contribution to the debate on the adverse effects and benefits of adopting digital technology for all knowledge domains and social relationships, emphasizing attention disorders and symptoms of psychosocial distress.


Discussion/Conclusions/Contributions. It provides useful elements for a methodological rapproachement between the philosophy of technology and bioethics (from pharmacology and organology). Thus, the research and analysis of the Stieglerian corpus clarify the bioethical proposals that coexist from the pharmacological perspective.

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