Toward a Philosophy of the Everyday Life. From the Maze of Isolation to the Network of Relations


The article focuses on a constellation of texts written by some of the most influential social analysts, philosophers, and political scientists of this and the past century. It proposes a socio-cultural analysis of the impact of the new technologies and of the world economic crisis on the (post)modern western societies. As a result the Author presents a new ethical and organizational model for the new century resignifying, among others, concepts such as work, cure, and happiness.