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Michel Henry: una filosofía debilitada a partir de su formulación del cristianismo

Michel Henry: una filosofía debilitada a partir de su formulación del cristianismo

Daniel dos Santos, “Michel Henry: una filosofía debilitada a partir de su formulación del cristianismo,” Revista Portuguesa de Filosofia 76, no. 2–3 (2020): 843–56,

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  • Michel Henry: una filosofía debilitada a partir de su formulación del cristianismo

    Type Journal Article
    Author Daniel dos Santos
    Rights © 2020 Revista Portuguesa de Filosofia
    Volume 76
    Issue 2-3
    Pages 843-856
    Publication Revista Portuguesa de Filosofia
    ISSN 0870-5283
    Date 2020
    Extra Michel Henry: A Philosophy Weakened from its Formulation of Christianity
    DOI 10.17990/RPF/2020_76_2_0843
    Language Spanish
    Abstract Michel Henry’s trilogy, dedicated to his philosophy of Christianity, generates different reactions from his readers. Some consider him brilliant and pleasant in his interpretation of the Christian scriptures; others detect what they call a form of Gnosticism; finally, there are those who simply do not agree with the theological jump taken from the first of those works onwards: I am the truth. We find ourselves in this last group, although not exactly with the same view as Dominique Janicaud. From our perspective, Henry’s theological dimension is better seen in his metaphysical experience, which can be described with the help of Jean Wahl’s criteria for it. From there, we can recognize intersubjectivity as being a fundamental part of that experience, as opposed to interobjectivity, which corresponds to Henry’s critique of exteriority thinking. Focusing on I am the truth, we show how its concepts and language distance themselves from the authenticity of that metaphysical experience. There, Henry introduces a series of terms that presuppose the Christian faith rather than producing a philosophy that truly can express an introductory path to God, with the exception of his phenomenology of birth.
    Date Added 7/28/2020, 10:07:50 PM
    Modified 7/29/2020, 11:34:37 AM


    • interobjectivity,
    • metaphysical experience,
    • natural theology,
    • phenomenology of birth


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