a) Understanding the relational dimension of experience.

b) Recognizing the universality and the diversity.

c) Recognizing that thinking is necessarily to think with and to think between (subjects, affections, representations, objects, images, concepts).

d) Understanding the persistence of a rest incommensurable to the same.

e) Thinking on articulations and separations, on relations and interruptions.

f) Grasping that the sameness is always contaminated by the alterity and that the other aims also to the place of the same.

General characterization





Responsible teacher

Maria Lucília Marcos Moreira da Silva


Weekly - 3

Total - 280

Teaching language



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AGAMBEN, Giorgio (2002), LOuvert. De lhomme et de lanimal, Paris: Payot et Rivages.

BECK Ulrich (2006), Revue Sciences Humaines, n.176.

DELEUZE, Gilles (1968), Différence et Répétition, Paris: Minuit.

DELEUZE, Gilles (1991), Qu’est-ce que la philosophie?, Paris: Minuit.

HONNETH, Axel (1995), The Fragmented World of the Social, NY, New York Press.

KEARNEY, Richard (1984), Poétique du possible, Phénoménologie Herméneutique de la Figuration, Paris: Beauchesne.

KEARNEY, Richard (2002), On Stories, London, Routledge.

KEARNEY, Richard (2003), Strangers, Gods and Monsters, Interpreting Otherness, London, Routledge.

MARCOS, Maria Lucília, (2008), Reconhecimento. Do desejo ao direito, Lisboa, Colibri.

RICOEUR, PAUL (2005), Parcours de la reconnaissance, Paris, Folio Essais.

VOGEL, Mathias (2012). Media of Reason. A Theory of Rationality, Columbia Univ. Press

Teaching method

Lectures and interactive classes (distance learning).

Theoretical-practical: Seminary method (lecturing, reading and commenting)

1) Participation in sessions

2) Suggested readings

3) Researching

3) Oral presentation

4) One paper

Evaluation method

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Subject matter

A. Groundings of intersubjectivity.

B. Dimensions of recognition.

C. Narrative hermeneutics


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