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Recognition As The Social Grammar Of Species Being In Marx

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This chapter discusses three important, distinct phenomena. One is common knowledge of co-presence. Another is mutual recognition. The third phenomenon is joint attention. As we shall see, common knowledge of co-presence is essential to mutual recognition; this, in turn, is essential to joint attention. The phrase mutual recognition is often associated with Hegel. So it is worth saying at the outset that my discussion will not attempt to engage with his work. The chapter then specifies the phenomena in question, to emphasize their distinctness and to discuss some of the relations between them.

Keywords:Hegel; joint attention; mutual recognition



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