Michel Henry

Michel Henry (; 10 January 1922 – 3 July 2002) was a French philosopher and novelist. He wrote five novels and numerous philosophical works. He also lectured at universities in France, Belgium, the United States of America, and Japan.

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Phenomenological Definition Of God
... The philosopher Michel Henry defines God in a phenomenological point of view ... As Michel Henry says also in this same book, "God is that pure Revelation that reveals nothing other than itself ... Michel Henry opposes to the notion of creation, which is the creation of the world, the notion of generation of Life ...
Phenomenological Life - Phenomenological Definition of Life
... The philosopher Michel Henry defines life from a phenomenological point of view as that which possesses the faculty and the power "of feeling and experiencing oneself in ... For Michel Henry, life is essentially subjective force and affectivity — it consists of a pure subjective experience of oneself which perpetually oscillates ... chair (Incarnation, a Philosophy of the Flesh) Michel Henry establishes a radical opposition between the living flesh endowed with sensibility and the material body, which is in principle ...
Books On Michel Henry - Books in Other Languages
... Michel Henry Lebensphänomenologie absoluter Subjektivität als Affectivität (1992) Rolf Kühn, Stefan Nowotny Michel Henry ... fuera de la ontología griega Emmanuel Levinas y Michel Henry (2004) Molteni Gioacchino Introduzione a Michel Henry ... Vita, corpo e affettività nella fenomenologia di Michel Henry (2005) ...