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Studia Phaenomenologica

Volume 9, 2009

Michel Henry's Radical Phenomenology

Rolf Kühn
Pages 213-235

„Wiederholung“ als Habitualität und Potentialität
Michel Henry und Gilles Deleuze

The repetition of life is being examined on the basis of Henry’s analysis of life as a performance beyond habitualization as sedimentation in Husserl’s approach, as well as a difference in immanent conceptualization on the premise of the coveting organless body according to Deleuze. In contrast to this “nomadic thinking,” which always remains non-subjective, the emphasis in the original reciprocity of life and body is put on the basic transcendentality of the effective repetition of life in the bodily memorial of the radical phenomenological habitualization.

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