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Husserl’s Cartisian Meditations and Mamardashvili’s Cartesian Reflections

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A Unified Twin Way To The Transcendental Ego

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Mamardashvili thought and wrote about Descartes and Proust, but at the same time he wrote about himself – about his “duell of honour” with the hidden world of secrets, about the state of “one on one” before the harshness of existence, about his own search for twice lost (because violently divided) time, about the at first glance unsuccessful attempts to check the affair of his life’s “race with death” (his works appeared only posthumously). The Russian academician, Nelly Motroshilova, weaves an intricate analytic of Mamardashvili’s relationship with phenomenological thought in general and Husserl’s philosophy in particular, in the context of rich biographical details.

Affiliations: 1: Russian Academy of Sciences,


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