In this article we will try to show to what extent and in what sense Orteguian philosophy can be considered a form of philosophical anthropology, explaining how its treatment of technology forms the differential point with respect to the rest of the proposals of this current. To this end, we will present some of Ortega's own ideas on the subject, contrasting his intellectual evolution with that of the field of philosophical anthropology itself; a field whose problematic nature adds various degrees of difficulty to this analysis. We will conclude that Ortega's "anthropo-technical" proposal constitutes, at the same time, a faithful reflection of the discussions of his time -with Scheler and Heidegger at its lead-; but, also, a unique conception due to its specific treatment of technology and the place given to this dimension.
|Translated title of the contribution||Philosophical anthropology and its relation with Ortega y Gasset's anthropo-technical proposal|
|Number of pages||23|
|State||Published - Aug 2021|