Gli invarianti storico-antropologici in una prospettiva fenomenologica. Per una fondazione trascendentale dell’impersonale

  • Giovanni Leghissa Università degli Studi di Torino

Abstract

The idea that individual acts, no matter whether they possess an ethical or a cognitive significance, emerge from an impersonal background, which is related to the intersubjective structure of human action, is not alien to the phenomenological tradition. The peculiarity of the latter consists in conceiving of the relation between any individual performance and the impersonal dimension that precedes it in terms of the relation between the transcendental and the empirical sphere.

Sezione
A. L'impersonale. Oltre i confini del soggetto