Von der Phänomenologie zur Mathesis der Subjektivität
Vieldimensionalität der Lebenswelt und Komplexität von Lebensformen
Is it possible, after a century of scientific breakthroughs in Psychology, Anthropology, Ethno- Anthropology as well as after the radical critique to the idea of Subjectivity in Philosophy, to still look for a theory of subjectivity? The paper will put in question the idea of a unique “Self ” starting from the phenomenological approach (by Husserl) to the Life-world and claim the pluralizing of Forms of Life (Life-Forms) as by Wittgenstein. The claim of a plural multiple Self from the point of view of Phenomenology will lead to describe the invariant Dynamics of every Self-reference. Such Dynamics will bring together two elementary features of a phenomenological theory of subjectivity and experience: the structure of horizon and the Life-world. Once described the non-metaphysical and context-related structure underlying the formation of Self-references, the paper will further sketch the task of a general non-metaphysical Mathesis of Subjectivity as convergence between Phenomenology and issues of cognitive sciences on one side and as critique of every metaphysical Egology on the other side.
Fraisopi, F. (2017). Von der Phänomenologie zur Mathesis der Subjektivität: Vieldimensionalität der Lebenswelt und Komplexität von Lebensformen. AUC Interpretationes 7 (2), pp. 51-68.
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