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Título : Finding OneselfWell Together with Others: A Phenomenological Study of the Ontology of HumanWell-Being
Autor: Holst, Jonas ORCID RESEARCHERID
Palabras clave : Well-being; Ontology; Heidegger; Befindlichkeit; Friendship
Fecha de publicación: 6-abr-2022
Editorial : MDPI
Citación : Holst, J. Finding Oneself Well Together with Others: A Phenomenological Study of the Ontology of HumanWell-Being. Philosophies 2022, 7, 41. https://doi.org/10.3390/ philosophies7020041
Resumen : Based on critical readings ofMartinHeidegger’s Being and Time andAristotle’sNicomachean Ethics, the paper offers a phenomenological study of the ontology of well-being that transcends the opposition between subjective and objective being. By interpreting the Heideggerian notion of Befindlichkeit as the fundamental way in which humans find themselves in the world, being affected by and faced with their own existence, the paper opens a way to understanding well-being that locates the possibility of elevating one’s own being not inside or outside the I but in the affective bond to others called friendship. Aristotle’s reflections on philia play a crucial role in developing this understanding of well-being, according to which humans find themselves well by sharing joy with each other and making a vital contribution to the realization of their own possibilities.
URI : https://repositorio.usj.es/handle/123456789/847
ISSN : 2409-9287
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