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  • Re: Recognition in the Phenomenology

    Hi Alan, Community and individual are necessarily made out of each other, but each, at the same time it must give away to the other must also assert itself

    vascojoao2003 7 hours ago
  • Re: Recognition in the Phenomenology

    I think one of Zizek's examples is the modern political tension between individualism and communitarianism. If this is a necessary tension then it is not

    ponikvaraj 8 hours ago
  • Re: Recognition in the Phenomenology

    ... I meant : "on the one hand it recollects the recognized NECESSITY on the other will mark the difference within this necessity itself between being and not

    vascojoao2003 9 hours ago
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