Phenomenology of personalistic morality
I should like at the very beginning of this presentation to validate its central idea, that which in a way constitutes its ruling concept, its leitmotif; the application, that is, of the phenomenological method, according to the Husserlian model, to the realm of ethics. This, in my opinion, is an indispensable starting point, given the many doubts emerging today, with reference particularly to empiricism, logical positivism, linguistic analysis, psychoanalysis, etc.
Valori, P. (1977)., Phenomenology of personalistic morality, in A. Tymieniecka (ed.), The self and the other, Dordrecht, Reidel, pp. 81-85.
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