genuinely be with another?" However, I find myself forced to recognize the prior ontological question, "How are people together at all in the first place?" (Heidegger's question)1 and along with this the prior epistemological question, "How can the existence of the other person be known?" (Husserl's question).2 Answers to the ontological and epistemological questions can be obtained, I believe, by establishing the difference between the presence of things and of people, while at the same time being careful to distinguish both these phenomena from my presence to myself. The central project of this paper will be to make these distinctions." /> Cosmopathy and interpersonal relations - Stein Waltraut | sdvig press

Cosmopathy and interpersonal relations

Waltraut Stein

pp. 216-231

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