Contemporary research on the meta-function, closely associated with names like Breton, Ricœur, Greisch, is continuous with the traditional question on metaphysics, which metaphysics itself raised in its historical development starting from Aristotle, followed by the exegetical readings in late antiquity, in Arabic philosophy and in Scholasticism. The analysis of meta-function as a peculiar characteristic of metaphysics highlights the double movement of transcendence and immanence, of going beyond and coming back. It shows how metaphysics overcomes physis to rediscover it in a formal way on a deeper ontological level by posing the question about “being as being”, which is not a natural object. In this way metaphysics displays its eidetic nature, according to which metaphysics and phenomenology no longer appear as opposed faced with phenomena.
|Numero di pagine||31|
|Rivista||GIORNALE DI METAFISICA|
|Stato di pubblicazione||Published - 2012|