Cambridge Collections Online © Cambridge University Press, 2006 P1: IWV 0521840821c05.xml CB909/Gutting 0 521 84082 1 May 16, 2005 13:16 136 arnold i. davidson Greek experience of the self could not have given rise to a cogito ergo sum, since my psuch ´ e is not my psychological ego. Citing Bernard Groethuysen’s formula, he maintains that the ancient consciousness of self consists in the apprehension of the self in a he, and not yet in an I. There is no Cartesian, or even Augustinian, self-consciousness in the ancient preoccupation with the self. 52 Can we reconcile Foucault’s emphasi
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