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2007 | 62 | 5 | 451-456
Article title

ON TOUCHING THAT DOES NOT GRASP

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SK
Abstracts
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If in the visual mode we speak about sparkling, in the experience of a touching we should speak about stroking. These forms of experience refer to a slight trembling, that disappears without clenching our fists. A decision not to possess, not to keep in the hands, not to use one's own power is a reflection of a subtle aesthetics of a tacit respect to the things. We move in the midst of the things, which are not influenced by our power, rather, they create a community with us. If we come closer to these things, we reach their deep and unknown surface. Yet the passing haptic sensation is really impressive. We are left with a feeling that for a moment, that is the Being itself, that we have in our hands. In this mood the author is moving in Renaud Barbaras's intellectual world, groping for his ideas.
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62
Issue
5
Pages
451-456
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ARTICLE
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  • A. Vydra, Katedra filozofie, Filozoficka fakulta Univerzity Cyrila a Metoda, Trnava, Slovak Republic
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07SKAAAA02595359
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bwmeta1.element.921c18fc-eb44-3a58-b0a4-c690d9f98a10
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