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La lupa de Merlín

Merlin's magnifying glass
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Silva Rios, Carlos

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Abstract The following is not a prescriptive text, neither a definitive one, though sometimes it might be thought it is the other way around. In any case, this is a reflection or, if you dislike Cartesian terminology, this is a way of arguing about certain worldview. I chose to call it phenomenology, but you might call it what you please; perhaps 'Merlin's magnifying glass'. The important thing is that the chosen term should suggest that what is there feels and, & at the same time, is felt. & that between what is there & us there is not a gap but a sensitive coexistence. I offer three examples of such a sensitive coexistence based on the relation constructed between 'it' before 'me' & 'me' before 'it'. After all these considerations, instead of stating a clear set of conclusions, I invite you to try a similar approach in the hope that you succeed - unlike me.
Classification Philosophy of Science, Theory of Science, Methodology, Ethics of the Social Sciences
Free Keywords Phenomenology; Worldview; Terminology; Deconstruction; Sensibility
Document language Spanish
Publication Year 2008
Page/Pages p. 201-208
Journal Athenea Digital: Revista de Pensamiento e Investigacion Social (2008) 13
Status Published Version; reviewed
Licence Deposit Licence - No Redistribution, No Modifications