Essays on the Dynamics of Intersubjectivity
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Intersubjectivity is a theme in European continental philosophy. It is founded in the metaphysical, epistemological, and axiological. The experience of the world is available not only to oneself but also to others. Each culture shares social experiences that are different from other cultures. These shared social experiences transcend subjectivity in dialogue with other cultures. Dialogue is intersubjective. Language is intersubjective. The psychological process of self-reflection involves intersubjectivity. In dialogue, intersubjectivity can co-constitute the personal and the shared. In this way, intersubjectivity is the ground for objectivity.