This essay focuses on the relational condition of the human being and its ethical and political implications within Andreani’s philosophical discourse. Human beings are related to each other, they are constitutively open to each other and this condition can lead to various forms of abuse or to attitudes of care, dedication and respect. Andreani warns against elements that can transform human relationships into subjection and stresses the indispensability of the attitude of care and solidarity. Human plurality is a plurality of unique beings, of singularities different from one another. Intersubjectivity can maintain its wealth of plurality only through practices of care and mutual responsibility.
Keywords: Intersubjectivity, Responsibility, Respect