Kontribusi Fenomenologi Postsubjek pada Metodologi Filosofis dan Teologis

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dc.contributor.author Tedjoworo, Hadrianus
dc.date.accessioned 2019-03-08T02:19:43Z
dc.date.available 2019-03-08T02:19:43Z
dc.date.issued 2018
dc.identifier.issn 0852-0089
dc.identifier.other artsc373
dc.identifier.uri http://hdl.handle.net/123456789/7602
dc.description MELINTAS; Vol.34 No.1, 2018. p. 60-79. en_US
dc.description.abstract Givenness is probably an odd term in methodology, but not in phenomenology. The long history of subjectivism in philosophy faces confrontations from Derrida’s deconstruction. This history also results in a sort of mutual exclusion between philosophy and theology. The concept of the subject becomes a problem for both, but frequently it is safeguarded for the sake of a more universal ‘objectivity’. The phenomenological tendency towards phenomenon, more than towards the experiencing subject and more than anything regarded as object, provokes some philosophical focus on the emancipation of the phenomena. Marion pushes phenomenology to its limits, to the extent that he is suspected of undermining the role of the subject in contemporary philosophical discourse. He reacts to Derrida’s deconstruction, which was also criticised for not offering a way out of the labyrinth from the collapse of traditional thoughts. Marion is quite consistent with his phenomenology, namely in offering a way out for the subject to be a witness, and reminds that philosophy should be more appreciative of phenomena. The term saturated phenomenon represents his philosophical thinking that can be regarded as a methodological approach to respect, and not to dominate, reality. Being a witness is not the same as playing a critic on reality. This could be a useful stance for philosophers as well as theologians in the presence of the phenomena they cannot master, namely, the given phenomena. en_US
dc.language.iso Indonesia en_US
dc.publisher Fakultas Filsafat, Universitas Katolik Parahyangan en_US
dc.relation.ispartofseries MELINTAS;Vol.34 No.1, 2018
dc.subject PHENOMENOLOGY en_US
dc.subject METHODOLOGY en_US
dc.subject THE SELF en_US
dc.subject WITNESS en_US
dc.subject GIVENNESS en_US
dc.title Kontribusi Fenomenologi Postsubjek pada Metodologi Filosofis dan Teologis en_US
dc.type Journal Articles en_US

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