Narrative identity: Establishing of the subject in a radical phenomenology of Michel Henry

Sabina Kruszyńska 1
1 - Uniwersytet Gdański, Instytut Filozofii, Socjologii i Dziennikarstwa
2016; 17 (2):
ICID: 1224625
Article type: Original article
IC™ Value: 3.00
Abstract provided by Publisher
Hermeneutics as it is widely understood – (hermeneutics of P. Ricoeur, M. Heidegger,
H. Gadamer or the specific hermeneutics of M. Foucault) – is a strategy that effectively
allows avoidance of a trap as set by binding the modern principle of philosophical correctness.
According to this principle, philosophers should not create descriptions of subjectivity
with substantial terms such as durability and identity. The aim of the article is to
present a strong counterpoint to the principle “philosophy of the subject without the subject”,
referring to the standpoint represented by French phenomenologist Michel Henry.

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