Date of Award
Sarah Pessin, Ph.D.
Hermeneutics, Imagination, Individuation, Love, Marion, Other
This project attempts to answer the question, "How does the Other become the Beloved?" It conducts a hermeneutical phenomenology of love in order to describe the process of radical individuation that converts the Other into the Beloved. Drawing on Jean-Luc Marion's phenomenology of givenness and saturation it argues that the Other becomes the Beloved through the activity of the amorous imagination. The amorous imagination is both a hermeneutical site of reception and a creative-responsive faculty that engages in an "endless hermeneutic" that individuates the Other-as-Beloved.
Yost, Donald Andrew, "The Amorous Imagination: Individuating the Other-as-Beloved" (2018). Electronic Theses and Dissertations. 1517.
Received from ProQuest
Donald Andrew Yost
Philosophy, Philosophy of Religion
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