The primal judgement and the unity-multiplicity of the categories

Authors

  • Mattia Cardenas Pensamultimedia

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.7346/e&c032020-09

Abstract

The paper intends to examine the meaning that the concept of “history of philosophy” assumes within the philosophy of Emanuele Severino. If the idealistic identity of philosophy and history of philosophy – that is, the unity-multiplicity of categories – has already progressively undergone a process of de-legitimization up to the total negation of the theoretical nature of philosophical historiography in the extrinsic historical-philological purpose, this is
now to understand if, and in what ways, it is possible to rediscover, in light of the ‘primal structure’ indicated by the Severinian writings, the development of philosophy as actuality.

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Published

2021-01-11