Helmuth Plessner, one of the fathers of the 20th-century philosophical anthropology (with Max Scheler and Arnold Gehlen), proposed an anthropological model based on the notion of excentricity, and developed an aesthesiology, i.e., a philosophy of embodied symbolic forms. I outline the social phenomenology of the excentric model from such an aesthesiological perspective. First, I highlight the structural relationship between excentricity, sociality, and theater, then I focus on the specifically aesthesiological aspects of this relationship, which also have ethical implications
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