The aim of the paper is to problematize the dichotomy between nature and technology that has marked a substantial part of the philosophy of the twentieth century. In particular, the intention here is to show the need for a theoretical model that allows to rearticulate the relationship between nature and technology. This model requires: 1. a deconstruction of the traditional dualism between nature and technology; 2. a conception of technology that is not antagonistic to nature; 3. a process of denaturalization of nature.
What is meant to be emphasized is that a process of naturalization of technology requires the development of a conception of nature that is homelike to all those concepts (subject, freedom, normativity) that are classically conceived in opposition to nature. This notion of nature is what is referred to here in the terms of a denaturalized conception of nature.