Håndens fænomenologi. Til en filosofisk antropologi
ResuméThe paper presents a phenomenology of the hand in four declinations: the touching, the grasping, the working and the throwing hands. This selective sequence expresses not only the disposition but also a hypothesis. To be disclosed is a distance already in the intimate doings and a proximity still in the far-reaching operations of the hands. The claim is that this intimate alienness (hetero-affection) and distant proximity (tele-presence) makes the human hands technical and associates the human being originally with technology. It is assumed that pedagogical philosophy will have an interest in this anthropo-technical condition fundamental to the Bildung of man
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