Mondo e uomo: quale relazione?

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The essay, identifying in Wittgenstein, Schopenhauer and Nietzsche three opposing and symptomatic patterns of setting the relationship between world and man, traces back, through Husserl’s, Scheler’s and Heidegger’s refl ection, the fundamental features of a solution, endorsed by the phenomenological current, which does not refl ect so much about the ontological reality of the world, but puts primarily the question about the way in which man is in world and world is for man. The typical intentional opening of conscience, in its various modes of orientation, and the vision of the world as the ultimate horizon of meaning, which allows things to appear, without itself being a thing among others, establish an essential and constitutive connection, a polarity of co-membership: man and world reciprocally imply and the project of the world causes man’s decision, while signifying the plot of the ontological and categorical relationships between things.
Titolo tradotto del contributo[Autom. eng. transl.] World and man: what relationship?
Lingua originaleItalian
Titolo della pubblicazione ospiteEsporre ed esporsi al mondo dall'antichità alla contemporaneità. Atti della Summer School EXPOsizioni
Numero di pagine24
Stato di pubblicazionePubblicato - 2016


  • Anthropology
  • Antropologia
  • Fenomenologia
  • Husserl-Scheler-Heidegger
  • Man and Human Being
  • Mondo-uomo
  • Phenomenology


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