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Attention et subjectivation. D’une réduction « contre-pathétique »

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Compared with Freud worked Henry threefold necessary Genealogy of affect as trauma out : a reduction of ideas, a reduction as the genesis of the libido and the ultimate reduction within the transmission event as a return to force reality of affect in the sense of “birth to life” in pain itself. the paper applies this methodological insights of reductive on analysis Dussel in relation to social phenomena of oppression. In these it is not only important to see to learn from the “periphery” itself, that is, the oppression of power with the eyes of the victims perceive themselves, but within the analysis, which is performed in critical intellectual work, a “compared pathic reduction “introduce. For seek remains an “attention to life” that affects the emotion in the social oppression than suffering itself. This can only succeed if the reflection itself a “self-limitation” (autolimitation) undertakes not to allow the proper attention as motif transcendental reduction exclusively in doxic-thematic opposite surgically, but as participation in the affections of the suppressed (invisible) emotion on the part of social minorities.



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