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2014 | 69 | 7 | 558 – 568
Article title

ĽUDSKÉ AKO OTVORENÁ A RYTMICKÁ JEDNOTA. HENRI MALDINEY

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Human as an open and rhythmical unity. Henri Maldiney
Languages of publication
SK
Abstracts
EN
In his work, recently departed French philosopher Henri Maldiney, examines the forms of the human experiencing on formal level of openness to the world. According to him the fundamental modes of human experiencing in real sense are aesthesis and kinesis, what means certain formal emptiness, and at the same time a transformation. The transformation as a modification and pass-over is the essence of shaping the form. This contribution is concentrated on some of the constitutive elements of the human on pathic level. For as much as perception is not just a pure receptivity, absorbing information through our five senses, it is a manifestation of the self with regard to something what is not in the world yet, and simultaneously an incursion of the world, whose movement points to the other part of human self. The basic moment of becoming the self is an ecstatic openness of Emptiness, which is for Maldiney a measure of distance and spacing. Existence is thus just an open development of a closeness-distance of being.
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Volume
69
Issue
7
Pages
558 – 568
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  • Inštitut filozofie a etiky FF PU, Prešov, Slovak Republic
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