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Mutual Recognition And Some Related Phenomena

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The problem this chapter intends to deal with is, in particular, the following: if we take these manners of speaking seriously, then should we not maintain that they speak to us of the mode of being of some phenomena, that is, of how determinate aspects of their ontology are constituted through interaction? It introduces a distinction between three axes or dimensions of recognition that converge in part with Paul Ricoeur's study. The chapter then explores the hypothesis that an expressivist model of recognition, if adequately conceived, can contribute to solving the paradox.

Keywords:ontology; recognition

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