Forthcoming Publications

Daniela Dumbravă & Bogdan Tătaru-Cazaban (eds.), In-cognita: Ioan Petru Culianu’s Approaches to Religion

Ioan Petru Culianu’s scientific work unfortunately remained unfinished. His major contributions to the fields of Renaissance studies, ecstatic experiences, and Gnosticism, as well as to the historiography of the history of religions, delineate an itinerary from historical hermeneutics to a radical epistemological shift illustrated by his last books, and especially by the periodical he founded …

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CfP Studia Phaenomenologica vol. 23 (2023): Phenomenologies of the image

Editors: Emmanuel Alloa and Cristian Ciocan The 2023 issue of Studia Phaenomenologica will be dedicated to the question of the image and its phenomenologies. Images have been a remarkably constant preoccupation for the phenomenological tradition. From Husserl’s early investigation of “image-consciousness” on, with its threefold conceptual articulation of material Bildding, appearing Bildobjekt, and referential Bildsujet (Hua XXIII), phenomenological accounts of the image can …

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Michael Bycroft and Adrian Wilson (eds.), The Eighteenth-Century Problem, Forty Years On. Special Issue of Journal of Early Modern Studies, volume 13 (2), 2024

It is now four decades since Geoffrey Cantor, reviewing the Porter and Rousseau collection of 1981 entitled The Ferment of Knowledge, observed that the eighteenth century is for historians of science a “problem”, and indeed a multiple problem: the period had long been a “grey area on the historical chart”, with no Newton or Faraday …

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Sorana Corneanu, Benjamin I. Goldberg, Diego Lucci (eds.), Philosophy, Religion and Science in Seventeenth-Century England. Special Issue of Journal of Early Modern Studies vol. 11 (1) 2021

This special issue is a collection of essays on the intersections between early modern English philosophy, science, theology, and politics. The first three papers focus on a set of related issues concerning perception, experimental knowledge, and the genres and traditions of natural philosophy. Daniel Schwartz discusses Francis Bacon’s account of the nature of sense perception …

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Emanuele Costa (ed.), Expression in Spinoza’s Philosophy. Special issue of the Journal of Early Modern Studies, Volume 12, issue 1 (Spring 2023)

This collection of essays will provide the reader with new perspectives on one of the most crucial topics in Spinoza’s philosophy: expression. The ubiquity of this concept pervades all the works of Spinoza, constituting one of the main traits that emphasize his uniqueness in the history of Western thought. The issue thus serves a dual purpose: …

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CfP Studia Phaenomenologica vol. 22 / 2022: GESTURES

Editors: Christian Ferencz-Flatz & Delia Popa In recent years, gestures have moved into the center stage of theoretical interest. Prepared by various forays in the field of psychology, sociology, anthropology, and linguistics, which led to an increased focus on non-verbal communication and situated interaction, the contemporary study of gestures mobilizes an impressive research effort. Under …

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Andreas Blank (ed.). Early Modern Natural Philosophy and the Question of Confessionalization. Special Issue of Journal of Early Modern Studies volume 13 (1) 2024

Confessionalization is a concept that is meant to describe a political program pursued by the authorities of the emerging early modern states and the newly founded churches in the Protestant world, as well as the response of the authorities of the Catholic Church and the Catholic territories to this development. This political program involved a …

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Paul Marinescu & Ovidiu Stanciu (eds.) – Finitude and Meaning. Essays on Paul Ricœur’ and Jan Patočka’s Views on History

Phenomenology has constantly dealt with history. Over a century and more, phenomenology has not only undergone a “historical turn” under the influence of Heidegger and his followers, but it has also faced the deep crisis of history brought up by the great disasters of the two World Wars, that altered the very manner of comprehending …

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Jane WILHELM, Jean-René LADMIRAL — Horizons interculturels de la traduction

L’herméneutique représente une sorte de fil rouge qui traverse la traductologie de Jean-René Ladmiral, mais qu’il n’avait pas encore complètement explicité à ce jour. Son discours théorique, tout en s’appuyant sur la pratique, fait référence principalement à des catégories linguistiques, philosophiques et psychologiques. En général, la dimension herméneutique de la traduction n’apparaît pas clairement comme …

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Paul MARINESCU — Ricœur’s Hermeneutics of History. Questioning the Riddle of the Past

This book investigates the importance of Ricœur’s hermeneutics of history and the role it plays in the recent philosophical reflections and debates on the past and its relationship to the present. The studies included here are primarily focused on Ricœur’s constant reluctance towards a complete and totalizing understanding of the meaning of history and his …

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