VIEWING THE ANIMAL DE-ONTOLOGIZING THE ANTHROPOLOGY OF OTHERNESS

VINOLO STEPHANE

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Resumen

Contemporary anthropology has experienced an ontological turn and therefore a reconfiguration of many of its concepts. Yet the authors show that because ontology keeps thinking otherness as a category, the limits of alterity cannot be extended as far as they should. Through the phenomenology of Jean-Luc Marion, it is possible to think otherness and its counter-intentionality not as a type of phenomenon, always already limited because of its constitution by a transcendental subject, but as a possible interpretation of any phenomenon, as long as the subject accepts its givenness. Thus, otherness does not have to be described but declared.
Idioma originalInglés
PublicaciónVISUAL REVIEW. INTERNATIONAL VISUAL CULTURE REVIEW
EstadoPublicada - 4 feb. 2022
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