Michel Foucault characterizes philosophy as an attitude which consists in asking following questions: Who are we? What is this present we are in and which we are? Philosophy, he says, is ontology of the present. This definition might generate two further questions: Who are this “we”? What are the relations between this present and the current actuality which is communicated to us?
Actuality, Aufklärung, Foucault, Kant, Ontology, Philosophy, Plebs, Present, We
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