Pathologies of Recognition and Forms of Responsibility

1/2023, luglio ISBN: 978-88-5522-620-2pp. 61 - 77 DOI: 10.48247/P2023-1-004

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The struggle for recognition is one of the best known figures in the Hegelian philosophy. Declined in different forms and ways, over the last century various readings have shown its limits, highlighting the pathologies that can be linked to the recognition process. By analysing three forms in which this pathology is evident: antisemite-Jew; colonist-colonised; male-female, the essay attempts to focus on the possibility of identifying a form of recognition that, starting from an initial asymmetry, manages to overcome discrimination. This solution is traced, with the support of feminist interpretations, no longer in the lord-bondsman dialectic but in the reinterpretation of “Antigone” proposed by Hegel in the “Phenomenology of the Spirit”.

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Achella, Stefania. "Pathologies of Recognition and Forms of Responsibility". Pólemos IV. 1. (2023): 61-77 https://www.rivistapolemos.it/patologie-del-riconoscimento-e-forme-di-responsabilita/?lang=en
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Achella, . (2023). "Pathologies of Recognition and Forms of Responsibility". Pólemos IV. (1). 61-77 https://www.rivistapolemos.it/patologie-del-riconoscimento-e-forme-di-responsabilita/?lang=en
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Achella, Stefania. 2023. "Pathologies of Recognition and Forms of Responsibility". Pólemos IV (1). Donzelli Editore: 61-77. https://www.rivistapolemos.it/patologie-del-riconoscimento-e-forme-di-responsabilita/?lang=en
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