Man and image in Gaston Bachelard’s thought: Between antagonism and unity

Studia Philosophica Wratislaviensia 15 (4):49-66 (2021)
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The aim of this article is to present the concept of man and image in Gaston Bachelard’s thought. Following the path of the antagonism of concept and image, psychoanalytical and hermeneutic interpretations, the author presents her own interpretation of Bachelardism based on anthropological reflection, asking about the strictly human world and its “being-in-the-world”. Its reading is based on the dynamism and the linkage between reason and imagination in the presentation of the world, which is expressed in the broadest sense in the formula of the “illustrating self”.

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