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Miguel García-Baró

Abstract

This essay prepares a future longer text entitled The Universals Take Their Revenge against Michel Henry, but actually concentrates upon the impossibility to refuse any kind of intelligibility to the noematic counterpart of intentionality, according the very same commentary by Henry on Maine de Biran’s theory of categories, at the beginnings of Henry’s literary activity. In fact, this task of mine goes to the admission of a proper transcendental condition in a certain sector of the world, which implies a transformation of the official and final Henry’s position and a return — under modifications — to Husserl’s general account of the relationship between life and otherness.