Jean-Luc Marion's phenomenology of givenness has, as a phenomenology, strong and unquestionable Husserlian and Heideggerian roots. Nonetheless, it is to remember that its two main concepts -givenness and saturated phenomena- come directly from Kant, and more precisely front his aesthetics. Through an analysis of Kantian aesthetics, the author argues in favour of a Kantian legacy of the phenomenology of givenness, establishing a link between the phenomenon of revelation -saturation of saturation- and the sublime in Kant. Thus, Marion finds in Kantian aesthetics the possibility to positively present negatities, and therefore, a way to let them phenomenalize the givenness they are inhabited of.
|Título traducido de la contribución
|Kant's aesthetic as the paradigm for the Jean-Luc Marion's phenomenology of givenness
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|Publicada - dic. 2020
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- Jean-Luc Marion
- Saturated phenomenon