Written by one of the foremost Italian philosophers of the 20th century, Emanuele Severino’s Law and Chance (Legge e Caso) explores the metaphysical categories that underpin the theoretical and practical domination of contemporary science. According to Severino, it is only by tracing the origin of the power of science to the Greek meanings of being and nothingness that it becomes possible to understand not only how science succeeds in achieving its aims, but also how it establishes the very meaning of its own success and power.
Severino is increasingly being recognised as a truly foundational thinker in the formation of contemporary theory. The first English translation of this important work, Law and Chance (Bloomsbury 2023) is crucial reading for anyone engaged with the intersection between philosophy and science.
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