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Upshot: Self and Other takes on an ambitious task of articulating an account of selfhood that would do justice both to the experiential and the intersubjectively constructed aspect of the self. We claim that Zahavi argues convincingly against the possibility of reducing the former to the latter, but that he needs to develop his position further in order to offer a convincing account of their interconnectedness.
Prosen T. & Vörös S. (2018) Selfhood regained: From the minimalist to the multidimensional self – and back again. Review of self and other: Exploring subjectivity, empathy and shame by dan zahavi, 2014. Constructivist Foundations 13(2): 305–308. https://constructivist.info/13/2/305
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