UMANESIMO E ANTI-UMANESIMO TRA HUSSERL E FOUCAULT
Edmund Husserl and Michel Foucault are two philosophers quite different from each other in terms of style and themes. While one may appreciate the ﬁrst for a humanistic motive which materializes in an appeal to self-determination, such as what we ﬁnd in his last great work, the second one is, on the contrary, well known for his “anti-humanism”. However, if the aim of Foucault’s research is put under examination, it’s possible to discover that it is not after all so distant, in certain aspects, from the aim that animates Husserl’s reﬂections. For both, it is a matter of asking how we became what we are – to paraphrase Nietzsche – opening, thus, the road toward a different and free constitution of one’s self.