Il conatus tra sforzo di esistere e desiderio di essere: Ricoeur lettore dell’Etica di Spinoza

This entry is part 24 of 26 in the series Vol 6-2021

Abstract: The essay looks to analyse a relevant aspect of Ricoeur’s thought in the elaboration of his philosophy and in the determination of a radically human responsibility: the conatus that the philosopher openly takes from the Ethics of Spinoza. In particular, Ricoeur included the ethics of Spinoza in its hermeneutical phenomenology through a dialogue on the ethical and ontological implications of the action of the subject, especially the ethical subject in its vital dynamism, in relation to different forms of the other.

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