The essay moves from a conceptual dramatization of the ‘otherification’ of the human being towards the tentative solution of all the habitual juxtapositions created by modern rationality between human/non-human, organic/inorganic, life/death, natural/artificial, animate/inanimate. A new possible vision, substantiated by literature and supported by a philosophical critical thought, transfigures the same idea of matter, opening the way to a new form of materialism which acknowledges the vitality, the liveliness of the stuff and accepts infinite bio-possibilities. The horizon of a possible ‘humanistic inhumanism’ is explored through the paradigmatic and performative representation offered by Ali Abbasi’s wonderful film ‘Border’, where montage becomes a philosophical tool to question not only the concrete potentiality of a completely reversed post-human semiotic order, but also the current normalization of ethical behaviour. All these arguments foster an articulated reflection on the transformations needed to provoke a ‘regenerative apocalypse’ of Politics and Governance for the promotion of a counter-ethic of interconnectedness.
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