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hpd for OA week (II): Luca Illetterati, “Nature and Technology: Towards an Antinaturalistic Naturalism” («Pólemos», 2/2020)

The International Open Access Week is now entering its fourteenth year, and hegelpd is going to be part of it: from October 25nd to October 29th, we will be sharing with our readers at least an open access article a day.

What is Open Access (OA)? Open Access is the online, immediate, free of charge access to scholarly research material (journal articles, theses, book chapters etc.), free of most copyright and licensing restriction. (Click here for more information)


In occasione della Open Access Week, condividiamo con le nostre lettrici e i nostri lettori l’articolo di Luca Illetterati, Nature and Technology: Towards an Antinaturalistic Naturalism, apparso in open access in «Pólemos», 2021, pp. 15-33.

On the occasion of the Open Access Week, we are happy to share with our readers Luca Illetterati‘s article, Nature and Technology: Towards an Antinaturalistic Naturalism, appeared in open access in «Pólemos», 2021, pp. 15-33.

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