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O amor é mais frio que a morte: negatividade, infinitude e indeterminação na teoria hegeliana do desejo

The aim of this article is to show how the experience of indetermination has a major role in the development of the process of recognition in hegelian philosophy. This indetermination, which has its phenomenological translation into experiences like anguish and fear of death, can explain some particularities in Hegel's concepts of individuality and individuation. This may help us to understand the meaning of negativity in hegelian philosophy of subject, showing how some contemporary philosophy critics aren't concerned about this concept of negativity.

Indetermination; Negativity; Desire; Individuality; Hegel; Death; Infinite

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