Everyone talks about orientation, but there have been hardly any attempts since Kant to say exactly what orientation is. It is the most everyday thing, the point from which all things depart and to which all return. As such, it is a philosophical question. In a debate with the most important philosophical approaches to this subject, Werner Stegmaier explains the conditions and structures of everyday orientation in which sexual, political, religious, and ethical orientation are embedded, and in doing so, gives philosophy a new foundation.
Werner Stegmaier, Ernst-Moritz-Arndt-Universität Greifswald.
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