Aims and Scope
In these seven essays published from 1986 to 2008, philosophy is portrayed as an activity in which one gives an account of the experiences that one has and transmits through acting and speaking. A dialogical principle is an essential element of this account: in the „I-role," one acts and speaks, while in the „you-role," one passively experiences and understands. Only through learning from one another can the mutually dependent qualities of individuality and sociality gradually develop.
- v, 183 pages
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- Academics, Institutes, Libraries