Thursday, February 01, 2007

Ens Amans

See Eric Mohr's post on Intentionality in Early German Phenomenology.

Does Scheler's idea of an ens amans (loving being) upset a received notion of ontology, or was this already going to be upset anyway by the idea of intentionality? In what sense are phenomenology or existential phenomenology not anthropologies? Just rambling.

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