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Pietro Terzi
University Paris Nanterre (PhD)
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    “The Very Place of Apparition”: Derrida on Husserl’s Concept of Noema.Pietro Terzi - 2018 - Research in Phenomenology 48 (2):209-232.
    _ Source: _Volume 48, Issue 2, pp 209 - 232 In _Specters of Marx_, Derrida suggests that the most fundamental condition of phenomenality lies in the ambiguous status of the noema, defined as an intentional and non-real component of _Erlebnis_, neither “in” the world nor “in” consciousness. This “irreality” of the noematic correlate is conceived by Derrida as the origin of sense and experience. Already in his _Of Grammatology_, Derrida maintained that the difference between the appearing and the appearance, between (...)
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  2. Introduction.Stefano Marino & Pietro Terzi - 2020 - In Stefano Marino & Pietro Terzi (eds.), Kant’s ›Critique of Aesthetic Judgment‹ in the 20th Century: A Companion to its Main Interpretations. De Gruyter. pp. 3-38.
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    Kant’s ›Critique of Aesthetic Judgment‹ in the 20th Century: A Companion to its Main Interpretations.Stefano Marino & Pietro Terzi (eds.) - 2020 - De Gruyter.
    Kant’s Critique of Judgment represents one of the most important texts in modern philosophy. However, while its importance for 19th-century philosophy has been widely acknowledged, scholars have often overlooked its far-reaching influence on 20th-century thought. This book aims to account for the various interpretations of Kant’s notion of aesthetic judgment formulated in the last century. The book approaches the subject matter from both a historical and a theoretical point of view and in relation to different cultural contexts, also exploring in (...)
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  4. Critica E Decostruzione Dell'immediato. Adorno E Derrida di Fronte a Husserl.Pietro Terzi - 2016 - Discipline filosofiche. 26 (2):203-223.
    Over the last decades, a renewed interest for the possible convergence of critical theory and deconstruction prompted many scholars to put forward the argument that the theoretical paths of Adorno and Derrida may have led to common outcomes. Derrida himself, who was awarded the Adorno Prize in 2001, hinted at this proximity, unfortunately without elaborating any further. With this article, my attempt is to weigh up affinities and divergences between the two authors from a particular perspective, one that avoids a (...)
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    Contingency, Freedom, and Uchronic Narratives: Charles Renouvier's Philosophy of History in the Shadow of the Franco-Prussian War.Pietro Terzi - 2021 - Journal of the History of Ideas 82 (2):257-278.
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    Determinism and Moral Freedom: Spiritualist Fault Lines in a Debate at the Société Française de Philosophie.Pietro Terzi - 2020 - History of European Ideas 46 (6):876-895.
    ABSTRACT Like other philosophical traditions, what we call French spiritualism is a complicated constellation of thinkers who developed partially divergent answers to shared themes or concerns. In order to avoid easy generalizations and artificial labels, this article aims to explore the many-voiced character of this tradition by focusing on a debate on the notion of ‘liberté morale’ that took place in 1903 at the Société française de philosophie. Given the number and the calibre of the participants, as well as the (...)
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  7. Through Königsbergian Mists.Pietro Terzi - 2020 - In Stefano Marino & Pietro Terzi (eds.), Kant’s ›Critique of Aesthetic Judgment‹ in the 20th Century: A Companion to its Main Interpretations. De Gruyter. pp. 207-228.
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    The Relevance of Fink’s Notion of Operative Concepts for Derrida’s Deconstruction.Pietro Terzi - 2018 - Journal of the British Society for Phenomenology 50 (1):50-67.
    ABSTRACTIn the literature on Derrida’s philosophical formation, the name of Eugen Fink is usually forgotten. When it is recalled, it is most often because of his 1930s articles on phenomenology. In this paper, I claim on the contrary that Fink’s writings exerted a lasting influence on Derrida’s thought, well beyond his early phenomenological works. More specifically, I focus on a 1957 paper presented at a conference on Husserl’s thought where Fink formulates an important distinction between operative and thematic concepts. By (...)
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    The Synthesis of Consciousness and the Latent Life of the Mind: Philosophy, Psychopathology, and ‘Cryptopsychism’ in Fin-de-Siècle France.Pietro Terzi - 2021 - History of the Human Sciences 34 (3-4):98-120.
    In fin-de-siècle France, we witness a strange circulation of concepts between philosophy, theoretical and experimental psychology, and the borderline realm of what we would now call meta- or parapsychology. This was a time characterized by a complex process of redefinition of the disciplinary frontiers between philosophy and psychology, which favoured the birth of hybrid conceptualities and stark oppositions as well. Furthermore, the great scientific advances in physics, physiology, and psychology fostered hope for a full rational explanation of reality, even of (...)
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    Wrestling with the Shadow: The Panlogism Controversy in Hegel's French Reception.Pietro Terzi - 2020 - Modern Intellectual History 17 (4):981-1008.
    This article widens the scope of the history of Hegel's reception in turn-of-the-century French philosophy by thematizing an often neglected moment, namely the years 1897 to 1927. Before the so-called “Hegel renaissance,” in fact, the Hegelian dialectics was generally understood as a “panlogist” doctrine aimed at dissolving the concrete individual in the abstract dimension of the concept or in the all-encompassing realm of Absolute Spirit. However, even at the beginning of the century, attempts were made to provide a more positive (...)
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