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A ética relacional: uma prática de ressonancia interpessoal

DOI: 10.1590/S0104-80232005000200003

Keywords: relational ethics, donation, dynamic epoché, empathy, resonance, being-in-relation.

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we analyze relational ethics within the scope of phenomenological/existential studies related to the problem of donation. the distinction between "donation with return" and "donation without return" is discussed in connection with an incarnated and specified ethics, which grants the right to personal singularity and irreducibility to the other. we investigate this ethics of measurement in the context of the clinical experience of the team of rapid intervention in crisis. such ethics is based on: 1) the restoration of the dimension of the personal subject in the patient, as opposed to his reifying objectivation; 2) the practice of the dynamic epoché in immanent resonance with a personalized plurality of subjects; 3) the experience donation as the simple capacity to accept receiving the donation of the other, and bring out the authentic ethos of eros as the experience of availability to the every day life; 4) the activation of the antinomic functioning of the psyche in order to re-open the infinite potentialities of relating to the other.

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