The aim of the article is to propose a possible path in the history of European thought in order to explore the question concerning the gnoseological foundation of the sharing of human rights, given the pluralist context of our contemporary world. Starting from two concepts that have a rhetorical and juridical origin, namely constitutio and apparentia in philosophers as distant in time as Cicero, Nicholas of Autrecourt and Edmund Husserl, we can trace the traits of three figures of critical reason as a possible condition of a dialogical perspective for the gnoseological foundation of the sharing of human rights.

A proposito di constitutio e apparentia. Diritti umani e forme europee di ragione critica in Cicerone, Nicola di Autrecourt e Husserl

salvestrini
2021

Abstract

The aim of the article is to propose a possible path in the history of European thought in order to explore the question concerning the gnoseological foundation of the sharing of human rights, given the pluralist context of our contemporary world. Starting from two concepts that have a rhetorical and juridical origin, namely constitutio and apparentia in philosophers as distant in time as Cicero, Nicholas of Autrecourt and Edmund Husserl, we can trace the traits of three figures of critical reason as a possible condition of a dialogical perspective for the gnoseological foundation of the sharing of human rights.
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