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Le concept de personne chez Husserl

Abstract : This dissertation aims at studying and developing a definition of the concept of “person” as it was conceived by Husserl. The personal ego being irreducible to any other subjective form discussed in Husserl’s phenomenology — the pure ego, the animal ego and the “I as man” —, it will be our goal to determine the fundamental structure of such distinctive form of conscious subjectivity. Starting from the birthplace of this concept, as it were, i.e. Ideas II. Studies in the phenomenology of constitution, in which different modes of constitution corresponding to each ontological region of the world are unveiled, we will focus on the concept of “person” as describing the relevant form of subjectivity proper to the spiritual world, while, at the same time, emphasizing its sub-structural relation with the natural world. As a result, the present work will intersect not only the fundamental concepts related to the sphere of the Geist (such as “personalistic attitude”, “surrounding world”, “motivation” and “comprehension”), but also those of sphere of Natur (such as “thing”, “animal”, “Leib” and “empathy”). Discussing the concept of “person” should therefore allow us to consider the internal questions proper to spiritual phenomena and thus approach the personal intersubjectivity, which is outlined in the third part of this work as a condition of any constitution of a personal subject.
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Sara Brunet. Le concept de personne chez Husserl. Sciences de l'Homme et Société. 2019. ⟨dumas-02374348⟩

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