Oltre il trascendentale, il trascendentale. In dialogo con E. Husserl, J. Patoĉka, M. Henry, J.-L. Marion e C. Romano

  • Claudio Tarditi Università degli Studi di Torino


In this text I intend to deal with the question whether phenomenology is to be uniquely developed as a transcendental philosophy. From a historical standpoint, a number of post-Husserlian phenomenologists aimed at overcoming Husserl's phenomenology through an overthrow of the transcendental subjectivity. For instance, this is the case for Patôcka's a-subjective phenomenology, Henry's phenomenology of life, Marion's phenomenology of givenness, and Romano's phenomenology of the event. Once synthetically sketched their views, I discuss their projects of a non-transcendental (or over-transcendental) phenomenology. My core thesis is that, beyond all transformations and relocations, the transcendental always returns as the impassable framework for any phenomenological endeavour.

Biografia autore

Claudio Tarditi, Università degli Studi di Torino
Dipartimento di Filosofia