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Self-Attestation and Dissymmetric Mutuality in Ricoeur’s Theory of Recognition

  • Roberta Picardi
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Part of the Springer Reference Geisteswissenschaften book series (SPREFGEIST)

Abstract

The article moves from a synthetic overview of the multiple threads that feed Ricœur’s reflection on recognition from the 1950s, in order to shed light on the inner conceptual articulation between the three moments of the “broad theory of recognition” developed in his last published work Parcours de la reconnaissance – i.e., identification, self-attestation and mutual recognition – and to grasp the distinctive features of his notion of mutual recognition both with regard to Hegel and to Honneth.

Keywords

Selfhood Otherness Attestation Dissymmetry Mutuality 

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Università degli Studi del Molise (UNIMOL)CampobassoItalien

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