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Book chapter

Страсти по субъекту: пассивная субъективность в феноменологии Мишеля Анри

С. 212-230.

Michel Henry’s project of the passive or “pathetic” subjectivity is based on a presupposition that the essence of the self is constituted within the process of the self-affection of Life. The self is given to itself primarily not in reflection or theoretical thinking, but rather in passion, in undergoing emotional states. We argue that Henry’s claim of identity between passion and true thought is to be understood in the context of philosophical praxis, for example, of spiritual exercises or prescriptive meditations, rather than as a scientific description of the reality of the self.

In book

Страсти по субъекту: пассивная субъективность в феноменологии Мишеля Анри
Edited by: А. В. Михайловский М.: Издательский дом НИУ ВШЭ, 2012.