Being-with: Response to Mikael Lindtfelt and Roger Burggraeve

Foundations of Science 21 (2):311-314 (2016)
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This final comment provides, a theoretical framework on how to conceive the self as presented in the key-note paper ‘Meaningfulness, volunteering and being moved. The event of witnessing’. This is deemed requisite to achieve a full understanding of how depth in meaningfulness comes about.

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