One or Two: A Surrejoinder to Professor Frings
I am grateful to Professor Frings, as I have often been grateful to writers in the phenomenological tradition, not only for drawing attention to the quality of our immediate experience of people (which is, after all, not only interesting in itself, but also a starting-point for philosophical inquiry), but also for drawing attention to it in so articulate, highly-wrought and thought-provoking a fashion.
KeywordsReflective Criterion Human Person Phenomenological Tradition Cartesian Dualism Focal Awareness
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