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MARANDOLA JUNIOR, Eduardo José. The vocative aesthetic imperative in phenomenological writing. Rev. abordagem gestalt. [online]. 2016, vol.22, n.2, pp. 140-147. ISSN 1809-6867.

Phenomenology is an incomplete project, always on the way. In its process of constant thinking, one of the challenges still barely confronted is the phenomenological writing, which, despite the epistemological changes promoted by phenomenologists, often maintains indistinct when compared to other sciences. However, there is a need to search for other ways of saying, to overcome the limitation of the modern language, as pointed out by phenomenologists, allowing the Being to reveal itself. In that sense, Max Van Manem mentions the vocative as a demand to the phenomenological text, adopting the enunciation as the main direction of writing and, consequently, reading. This vocative appears as an aesthetic imperative that unfolds in different ways of writing, allowing the hidden intuitive, sensitive and not speakable to be revealed in the act of writing-reading. To contribute in tackling this challenge through Geography, I navigate Michel Serres' phenomenology of senses, a master of the vocative text in it is different facets, to comprehend the hermeneutic sense of the phenomenological writing.

Palavras-chave : Hermeneutic; Geographic phenomenology; Language.

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