Life, Affectivity and Subjectivity: Michel Henrys Project

Jean Lerclercq

The problem of affectivity is pivotal for Michel Henry᾽s philosophy. Aim of the present paper is to specify this concept, both operative and fundamental in the context of material phenomenology, to investigate its origins and effects it produces in a more detailed manner, elucidating such crucial aspects as: body, affect and passion and subsequently taking up on the more global concept of „life”.


Keywords: affectivity · subjectivity · material phenomenology · Michel Henry · corporeality · passion

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