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A fairer criticism might be that Sartre failed to acknowledge that the responsibility implied by freedom only makes sense in relation to the other. Exteriority without interiority Let us begin by asking: In this second meaning, and despite considerable oscillation in its debate which falls beyond the scope of this paperthe interior may correspond to that which in the field of philosophy of mind is commonly called qualiain contrast with external perceptai.

Far from being the physical expression of inner feelings, as if the latter preceded the former such is how the relation between emotions and feelings is most intuitively construedemotions are in fact what feelings expressprecisely while consciousness of emotions. Amazon Inspire Digital Educational Resources.

This he achieves in the study of certain neurological pathologies, in cases where the inexistence of conscious life is evident, yet mental experiences unmistakably continue.

Either way, a part of interiority as understood in the first meaning shifts towards exteriority as understood in the second meaning. Please click the link in that email to activate your subscription. The naked face uncovers me and engages me as sensibility, vulnerability, exposure.

And this obviously is not the meaning of the Said, but the Sayingof the signifiers. Get to Know Us. We never store sensitive information about our customers in cookies. Kluwer Academic, p. Find it on Scholar. But the problem of otherness, of the genuine experience of the other, is initially formulated in the 5th of the Cartesian Meditationsa landmark of phenomenology.

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First, there is an exterior that contrasts with the interior in the sense that the physical, externaland publicly accessible domain is different from the psychical domain, the latter being only innerly accessible. Top Reviews Most recent Top Reviews. Indeed, beyond objectivity and subjectivity, we find an experience which is prior to intentionality and even to consciousness. As regards the coupling by resemblance which makes us constitute an alter ego, a second line of reasoning reveals a difficulty.


Ética E Infinito

This brings us to the third meaning of exteriority which I outlined at the beginning of this analysis. This article has no associated infinitk. Hence the title proposed for this essay: It is the meaning that pushes further the boundary with an interior, precisely because after it there is no further interior, there is no further land of comfort.

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For example, at loot. Is there such a thing as experience without consciousness or intentionality? The levinss is only apparent: Amazon Global Store UK International products have separate terms, are sold from abroad and may differ from local products, including fit, age ratings, and language of product, labeling or instructions.

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In these notes we find a deep consideration on the experience of the metaphorical meaning, in such a way that Levinas even says that God would be the etoca of all metaphors. There is another reason for such an affinity. In other words, we find experience as radical, sensitive exposure, or susceptibility, vulnerability.

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First, I will discuss otherness as experienceexperience of the other, but non-perceptive, pre-intentional experienceprior even to the difference between consciousness and unconsciousness. Invinito, an unfair criticism of Sartre should be noted: As such, there appears to be a paradox. Returning to qualitative feeling, or to auto-affective inner life, rich in metaphorical meaning, is in fact to remain in the realm of recognition and of apperception, thus in the sphere of the theoretical and of its logic of sameness.


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All this makes clear that Husserl did not claim this analogical appresentation of the infiniti to be a genuine experience of the other.

The other does not present itself in the flesh. Third, there is an exterior which contrasts with the interior in an entirely different sense from those I have just mentioned, and stands even in opposition to them. That way, the self only has access to its own living body.

In short, the expressive source lies in an exteriority of which interiority is consciousness, and not the other way around. In Totality and Infinityit is not an Ego, already consciousness and intentionality, that finds the other as an alter ego.

Levonas Submit to Film Festivals. Besides this natural exteriority, there is an exterior that contrasts with the interior in the sense that I am able to distinguish that which transcends me, that which I am not, from that which does not transcend me or is immanent to me.