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Epoché: A Journal for the History of Philosophy


published on August 10, 2017

Andrew Benjamin
DOI: 10.5840/epoche201772692

The Predicament of Life
Dennis Schmidt and the Ethical Subject

Of the many elements within Schmidt’s work that warrant discussion the attempt to differentiate the ethical from the conceptual is one of the most significant. That it is in part grounded in a reading of Kant makes it even more important. The aim of this essay is to question the way this differentiation is established and then justified. Part of the argument is to show the limits within Schmidt’s way of addressing what is central to any philosophical anthropology namely a concern with the being of being human.