Selfhood as Thinking Thought in the Work of GabrielMarcel
|Author: ||Peccorini Letona, Francisco|
Examines Marcel's concept of the human subject as a pensée pensante which participates directly in the subjective life of Being, since, in Marcellian theory, "blind intuition" pervades the whole life of human reason and frees it from the limitations of logic.
"I commend [Peccorini] for grappling with the very difficult and ignored writings of the early Marcel." - Thomas C. Anderson in Canadian Philosophical Reviews
". . . of interest to those who want to investigate links between academic philosophical and esoteric literature . . . instructive and stimulating." - The Beacon