Manuscrito 25 (2):271-289 (2002)

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Demarcation of nature from culture is based on the dialogical polarity of first and second person constitutive of human beings. By means of the ancient categories of doing and suffering it is possible to capture conceptually the process of self-education as comprising both individuation and socialization on the level of non-verbal activity as well as on the level of verbal activity . As a consequence, the clash between the two theories of the cultural process that govern our intellectual history – is it a process of progress or one of decline? – which is exhibited as the background feeding especially the present day controversy between communitarianism and liberalism will be resolved
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