Novotný, K., Relevance of subjectivity. Body and soul from the perspective of the phenomenology of affectivity. Červený Kostelec: Pavel Mervart. 2016
The unity of body and soul is analyzed in Edmund Husserl's philosophy as the two-fold incarnation, incarnation in the body lived from inside, Leib, and incorporation in the body that can be perceived in objective space, together with other bodies, Körper. And this double incarnation of subjectivity, its duality, Leib-Körperlichkeit, remains ultimately inexplicable not only for the phenomenological analysis, static and genetic (the first part devoted to Husserl), but also for the ethical genesis of subjectivity developed by Emmanuel Levinas (the second part) : this is the original facticity, which is also fundamental for the current concept of Hans Rainer Sepp's oikological philosophy (third part). It is a facticity that must be taken into account when it comes to approaching the mystery of soul, the miraculous union of the body and the soul that works in a relationship of subjectivity to one another, to others and to the world.