SPACE AND LEIB IN NICOLAI HARTMANN’S PHILOSOPHIE DER NATUR: TWO KEY DIMENSIONS OF THE PERSONAL SELF
Keywords:Nicolai Hartmann, Ontological Realism, Personal Experience, Space, Corporeity, Leib.
This paper offers an initial investigation of some philosophical-anthropological and phenomenological aspects of Nicolai Hartmann’s Philosophie der Natur. In this work, besides the critical analysis of the ontological articulation of the natural being, Hartmann
shows great interest in the spontaneous, unmediated usage of some categories of natural ontology (space, time, causality, process, and so on). Our particular focus is Hartmann’s analysis of the pre-critical spatial self-perception of the subject, that reveals wide-ranging links with the phenomenologically relevant issues of the living corporeity (Leiblichkeit) and the delimitation of a personal sphere of experience.
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