Self-responsibility and eudaimonia
The notion of authenticity, or as I am calling it, self-responsibility, reveals a moral urgency at the center of Husserl's philosophizing. Authenticity has both descriptive and normative dimensions, but this notion remains divorced both from Husserl's discussions of the normative dimension of axiology and from his account of eudaimonia, the notion that, in one way or another, expresses – or should express – the end of our moral urgings.
Drummond, J. (2010)., Self-responsibility and eudaimonia, in C. Ierna, H. Jacobs & F. Mattens (eds.), Philosophy, phenomenology, sciences, Dordrecht, Springer, pp. 441-460.
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