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La vita e lo spirito. Hegel e Henry


The phenomenology of life has a fundamental, difficult relationship with the Hegelian conception of the spirit. The ‘immanent dialectics’ of life is in opposition to the necessary passage of the Hegelian spirit for the manifestation meant as alienation. The essay attempts to highlight, not least through the analysis of the concept of suffering, not only the debt that Henry contracts with some aspects of Hegelian dialectics, but also the problematic consequences of his peremptory rejection of Hegelian belonging of the negative to the being.