Hannah Arendt Y Jean-Luc Marion. El Acontecimiento Y Los Márgenes De La Metafísica

Translated title of the contribution: Hannah Arendt and Jean-Luc Marion. The Event And Margins Of Metaphysics

Julian Garcia Labrador

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Abstract

The "event" appears, in contemporary philosophy, as the path that manifests the possibility of overcoming the end of metaphysics, since it breaks both with the metaphysical conditions of appearing and with those of knowing. Thanks to a comparative analysis of the works of Arendt and Marion, the present article shows that, although the event appears as destruction of the modern concept of history in the texts of the former, and as a modality of saturation of phenomena in the phenomenology of Marion's donation, the use of the event allows us to re-evaluate the relationship that both authors maintain with metaphysics. After having pointed out a fundamental difference in the use of the event made by these two authors, it is feasible for us to evaluate their position in the face of the possibility of continuing to think after the end of metaphysics.
Translated title of the contributionHannah Arendt and Jean-Luc Marion. The Event And Margins Of Metaphysics
Original languageSpanish (Ecuador)
Pages (from-to)207-234
Number of pages28
JournalTópicos (México)
Volume2019
Issue number57
DOIs
StatePublished - 29 Jun 2019

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