Forthcoming Publications

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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Mihaela Gligor (ed.) — The Time is Now. Essays on the Philosophy of Becoming

The time for what? The title of Mihaela Gligor’s edited collection is wonderfully flexible, as anything having to do with time should be. There is something not only boundless about time, but also raw and untamed. In its pure form, time would be too much for us to handle. We would be crushed by the …

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Elsa Ballanfat — L’espace vide. Phénoménologie et chorégraphie

Qu’est-ce que l’espace ? L’espace vide existe-t-il ou n’est-il rien ? L’ouvrage répond à ces problèmes en les abordant d’un point de vue inédit en philosophie, celui de la chorégraphie contemporaine. Tandis que le concept de vide a été accepté en Occident au prix de sa stricte application au domaine des sciences physiques, l’œuvre chorégraphique de Merce …

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John STANLEY, Brian O’KEEFFE, Radegundis STOLZE, Larisa CERCEL (eds.) — Cognition and Comprehension in Translational Hermeneutics

The fundamental aim of translation studies in general is to better understand the practice of translation. Insofar as hermeneutics can be regarded as an approach to understanding the nature of understanding itself (and in this it finds alliances with phenomenology), the task of this volume is to demonstrate that hermeneutics can accordingly provide a means …

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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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