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  • Philosophy Kitchen Università degli Studi di Torino

Abstract

It does not take much theoretical effort to show how philosophy can be done without resorting to the notion of "transcendental" – or, in a more profound way, without assuming the transcendental position. The history of twentieth-century philosophical thought shows clearly this fact. From analytical philosophy to hermeneutic philosophy approach, the philosophical traditions that made persuasive the idea according to which the philosophical question could – and, indeed, should – be articulated without repeating the founding gesture...