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ABSTRACT. Simon stresses that, according to Rosenzweig, process can be understood as objective or thing-like. To redeem means to vitalize. The less the individual, the more the self. Heidegger constructs an “in-the-world” conceptual complex, where the human as Da-sein is thoroughly bound up with its care attachments to other beings in the world, develops a totalizing metaphysics based on founding a new world order on one fundamental difference (between Being and beings), and lets the destructuring of the history of ontology be guided by the question of being. Barrett posits that Kristeva theorizes the subject as a continuum between bodily processes and language (it is not crucial to establish the distinction between melancholia and depression). Kateb states that human dignity means in its most common use the equal dignity of every person. Human dignity is the basis for human rights. pp. 119–124

 

Keywords: Rosenzweig, Heidegger, Kristeva, Kateb, human dignity 

MADALINA TOMESCU
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Dimitrie Cantemir Christian University
LILIANA TROFIN
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Dimitrie Cantemir Christian University

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