Phenomenology 2005, volume 3. Selected Essays from Euro-Mediterranean – part II

COPOERU, Ion; SEPP, Hans Rainer (eds.)

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Phenomenology 2005 is a very large publication, a total of over 4000 pages. There are 5 volumes (one for each geographical area, e.g. Asia / Latin America / Euro-Mediterranean Area / Northern Europe / North America ). Each of the 5 volumes comes in two parts. Thus, Phenomenology 2005 runs across 10 volumes, each can be ordered separately.

The two volumes of essays coming from Europe – the Northern as well as the Southern part including the whole Mediterranean area – relate to practically all the fields of the today’s ongoing phenomenological research. They present a general idea of how phenomenologists from this area today confront the “classical” questions of phenomenology and show how new themes and modes of inquiry have been opened. A large part of the essays deal with the central questions of the phenomenology, such as world, consciousness, ego, language, truth, epochē, phenomenality, body, alterity, attention, affection, and praxis, but also with fresh and provocative topics, such as dance, border experiences, violence, and biological objects. The main figures of the phenomenological movement have, of course, a privileged place. In the order of the frequency of occurrences, they are Husserl, Merleau-Ponty, Heidegger, Schutz, Gurwitsch, Patocka, Levinas, Michel Henry, Ricoeur, Fink, Rombach, Anders, Noica, and Dragomir. There are important debates between phenomenology and representatives of other philosophical schools and the deeper philosophical tradition from Plato and Kant to Wittgenstein, Derrida, Foucault, and Adorno. Other essays shed light on the fruitful relation of phenomenology with researches in sciences (ethno-methodology, cognitive sciences, Gestaltpsychologie) or the arts (painting, literature, and architecture). Finally, some of the essays document the cultural and personal milieu in which phenomenology arose, figures such as those of Adolf und Anne Reinach, Edmund und Malvine Husserl, and Edith Stein being brought into the light anew.

Table of Contents

17. Aproximación a una Interpretación Fenomenológica de la Arquitectura
— Pau Pedragosa
18. De la phénoménologie à l’ethnométhodologie : variétés d’ontologie sociale chez Husserl, Schütz et Garfinkel.
— Laurent Perreau
19. The Touchable and the Untouchable Merleau-Ponty and Bernard Berenson
— Andrea Pinotti
20. Gurwitsch, Goldstein, and Merleau-Ponty: An Analysis of a Close Relationship
— María-Luz Pintos
21. Les marges du réel et la vie imaginaire
— Delia Popa
22. La genese de la visibilite et l’effort du corps: Konrad Fiedler, Edmund Husserl et Maurice Merleau-Ponty
— Nicoleta Szabo
23. Dire l’”être invisible du sentiment”: phénoménologie et littérature
— Carole Talon-Hugon
24. The Platonist Roots of Heidegger’s Political Thought
— Jacques Taminiaux
25. Temporality of the Flesh and Temporality of the Subject. An Issue in Merleau-Ponty’s Phenomenological Ontology
— Luca Vanzago
Notes on Contributors
Chronicle of Phenomenological Organizations in Euro-Mediterranea Area
ISBN: 978-973-88633-7-8
Weight 0.6 kg
Dimensions 20 × 13 × 2 cm
Publication Year

2007

No of pages

376

Language(s)

English, French, Spanish

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