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Natalie Depraz
University of Rouen
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What is the relationship between the transcendental and the empirical? Thanks to quite a peculiar phenomenon, surprise, I will show how it is possible to shed a new light on the relationship of transcendental philosophy to the empirical. In order to do so, the Kantian anthropological alterity-operator of insociable sociability will be my lever. My leading questions being: under which conditions the empirical as in-sociable for philosophy may be socialized? What is the benefit for the transcendental? How surprise as a phenomenon that is exemplarily un-integrable by transcendental philosophy may play a part in it?
Keywords transcendental   empirical   anthropology   psychology   surprise   unsociable sociability   affect   astonishment   disappointment   attention
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