This study tries to respond to a need for a clear understanding of issues related to the theme of recognition in its disciplinary fields of greater use and value – which are, psychology, sociology and politics; considering this while we keep in mind the usefulness of a theoretical-speculative definition of the question of recognition. It is shown that no philosophy of recognition can be solidly built or cannot claim epistemic strength and practical-operational forcefulness without a level of psychological and anthropological excavation, that is without a ‘discourse on man’. This discourse, finally, brings out the concept of recognition as a general principle, which allows us to speak of the recognition principle.
|Titolo:||The Recognition Principle. A Philosophical Perspective between Psychology, Sociology ad Politics|
|Data di pubblicazione:||2015|
|Tipologia:||3.1 Monografia o trattato scientifico|
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