Many authors, although they express very different positions on the use of public property in defending common goods, in any case consider juridical rationality to be a fundamental tool in pursuing this aim. Therefore, they undervalue the supremacy that economic rationality is exercising today both on juridical rationality and the predominant ways of dwelling in the world. In this regard, it is not simply a question of replacing common goods as things with the common as a political principle. Indeed, the movements that claim the collective or public ownership of certain "things" also shed light on the crucial crisis of our dwelling relationship with the common world, first of all as a material world. Main reference authors: Settis, Marella, Ostrom, Dardot, Laval, Arendt, Mattei.
|Titolo:||Beni comuni e ragione economica. Sulla proprietà e sull'abuso|
|Data di pubblicazione:||2020|
|Appare nelle tipologie:||1.1 Articolo in rivista|