By Majka, Wojciech; Whitman, Walt
Surely Walt Whitman is without doubt one of the so much philosophical poets. His writings are soaked with conceptions that variety from the Presocratics to Hegel. however, the philosophical point of the his paintings has been overlooked via feedback with students gratifying themselves with making unfastened allusions to transcendentalist principles which are stated to breathe in his writings. hence, our realization has been interested in the relationship of his poetry with philosophy (phenomenology), when you consider that as Emanuel Levinas as soon as said, the complete of philosophy is just a meditation of Shakespeare. consequently, the booklet throws the Whitmanesque self right into a more often than not phenomenological context silhouetting the proposal of selfhood opposed to the perspectives of Martin Heidegger, Maurice Merleau-Ponty and Emanuel Levinas. in addition, the e-book differentiates among the general realizing of subjectivity and selfhood. the previous corresponds to the consultant capacities of the Cartesian cogito which in itself is indifferent from the area of lifestyles. nonetheless, selfhood is outlined even though the assumption of dedication to the final mattering of the realm which in itself isn't really decreased to the materialist or idealist knowing. relatively, the realm is what phenomenology - following Husserl - calls Lebenswelt which corresponds to the overall method during which the self unearths itself attuned to the horizon of its lifestyles
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On what exactly is meant by the concept, for the idea itself does not serve as an umbrella term for being. e. the self’s practical bound-up-ness with things in its being-in-the-world. Looking at the world from a scientific perspective to which we are so accustomed 97 Jean Paul Sartre, The Philosophy of Jean-Paul Sartre. ), (New York: Vintage Books, 2003), p. 138. 98 Walter Jost, “Philosophy and Literature – and Rhetoric: Adventures in Polytopia,” in: A Companion to the Philosophy of Literature…,p.
In the practical mode of being the self makes itself the measure of all existents, whereas science is quick to affirm that the self is not the measure but just one of the elements of the universe of being. ”101 Emerson, therefore, seems to be maintaining that the perspective of science is in no way superior to that of the humanities, since just like the latter science is also the reflection of the completeness of the self’s knowledge of being. Of course, this is the view that was popularized by Thomas S.
Mattheissen, American Renaissance…, p. 554. 64 Gary L. Hagberg, “Literature and the Constitution of Personhood,” in: A Companion to the Philosophy of Literature…, p. 122. 65 Peter Kivy, “The Experience of Reading,” in: A Companion to the Philosophy of Literature…, p. 117 61 Introduction to Methodology, Terminology and Poetics 25 The difference between criticism and performance is that the latter is shown and not expressed in writing. Nevertheless, performances are in themselves always interpretations; in this way, the interpretation must precede the performance, in short the performance must be prepared.
Idioms of ontology : a phenomenological study of Whitman by Majka, Wojciech; Whitman, Walt