Husserl and Scheler, contrary to what usually presumed, start their perception theories of the other from a common premise: nobody can re-experience a personal Erlebnis in the same way as the directly concerned experiences it. However, while for Husserl the uniqueness of the monad is the starting point, for Scheler the uniqueness of the person is the result of an individual formation process; according to Scheler, therefore, the «immediate» perception can eventually take place only on the unipathic level, as affective contagion, where the individuals can refer to a universal grammar of the life. On the personal level instead the experience of the other is possible only in terms of participation in the expressive process of the other. Perceiving the other on the personal level thus develops from an epistemological into a formative and ethical question.

Unipatia ed espressività nel "Sympathiebuch" di Max Scheler

CUSINATO, Guido
2012

Abstract

Husserl and Scheler, contrary to what usually presumed, start their perception theories of the other from a common premise: nobody can re-experience a personal Erlebnis in the same way as the directly concerned experiences it. However, while for Husserl the uniqueness of the monad is the starting point, for Scheler the uniqueness of the person is the result of an individual formation process; according to Scheler, therefore, the «immediate» perception can eventually take place only on the unipathic level, as affective contagion, where the individuals can refer to a universal grammar of the life. On the personal level instead the experience of the other is possible only in terms of participation in the expressive process of the other. Perceiving the other on the personal level thus develops from an epistemological into a formative and ethical question.
Intersubjectivity; Scheler; Husserl; Person; Bildung.
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