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Any encounter between Strauss and Stiegler requires critical elucidation of the notions of polis and nomos as central to classical political philosophy and the ways in which both have been transformed by technology. We must ask with Stiegler what kind of new geopolitical configuration is possible in our time, in the digital age, and in the Anthropocene.

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Hui, Y. For Dialogue Between Strauss and Stiegler. Nanoethics 16, 339–342 (2022).

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