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Sociologias

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JAEGGI, Rahel. Recognition and subjugation: on the relationship between positive and negative theories of intersubjectivity. Sociologias [online]. 2013, vol.15, n.33, pp.120-140. ISSN 1517-4522.  https://doi.org/10.1590/S1517-45222013000200005.

This paper deals with the relationship between recognition and subjugation as approached in the negative and positive theories of recognition. A common starting point of these theories is the perception of the relational character of our identity and the interpretation of this dependency relation as a productive and constitutive event. In my argumentative strategy, I will proceed in an "inward" manner: I will take seriously the fact that, in both cases, theories of intersubjectivity are treated to assess whether or not they do justice to the original perception that consciousness of myself I only acquire as mediated by another self. The two positions share the conception that there is no pre-social self and, thus, also share the view that individuality and sociality are mutually conditioning. They, nevertheless, differ as to how they interpret and evaluate this condition.

Palavras-chave : Theory of recognition; Intersubjectivity; Individuality and sociability; Axel Honneth.

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