This article is essentially a philosophical engagement with the first part of Michael Thompson's book "Life and Action". Its aim is not so much to criticize his attempt to think about the concept of life within a fregean-aristotelian framework, but to compare this argumentative strategy with a different perspective, that of a phenomenology or hermeneutics of life.

Where Does Our Understanding of Life Come From? The Riddle About Recognizing Living Things

Costa, Paolo
2015

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This article is essentially a philosophical engagement with the first part of Michael Thompson's book "Life and Action". Its aim is not so much to criticize his attempt to think about the concept of life within a fregean-aristotelian framework, but to compare this argumentative strategy with a different perspective, that of a phenomenology or hermeneutics of life.
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