2010https://doi.org/10.3917/vrin.dufou.2010.01.0241 [Citations: 0]
Although Ernst Kapp is unquestionably the founder of the philosophy of technology, his concept of organ projection, however, is usually only received in the view of the later prosthesis theory. In this anthropological perspective, the epistemological dimension of his approach has largely fallen into oblivion, which consists in the attempt to understand technology not only from the viewpoint of its application, but as a theoretical practice. In this sense, the paper focuses on the reconstruction of the philosophical premises of Kapp's technical-philosophical approach and tries to understand it as a modernization of the Aristotelian philosophy of nature.
|Der Weltgeist in Texas Kultur und Technik bei Ernst Kapp | Leander Scholz||1|