Consciousness As a Knowledge: phenomenological and hermeneutical interpretations of ontological self

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  • Olena Chuykova

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The article deals with the problem of consciousness and knowledge, dynamics, energy and education in the aspect of their correlation. Martin Heidegger presents the phenomenological interpretation of Platon's notions of aletheia and paideia able to free the human subject. Paul Ricoeur undertakes the hermeneutic revision of Heidegger's notions and suggests the concept of ontology of self as non-identical in the aspect of energetic modus of being. Such dynamic correlation of anthropological and ontological characteristics forms the concept of ontological self, which combines consciousness and subconsciousness.
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2005-12-01

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Chuykova, O. (2005). Consciousness As a Knowledge: phenomenological and hermeneutical interpretations of ontological self. Filosofiya Osvity. Philosophy of Education, 2(2). Retrieved from https://philosopheducation.com/index.php/philed/article/view/112

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