• Phenomenology
  • Logos of Phenomenology and Phenomenology of the Logos, Book by A-T. Tymieniecka (Editor)

    By A-T. Tymieniecka (Editor)

    Triggered and ever varied via the particularly human interrogative emblems, medical inquiries search a typical method of hyperlinks to be able to at the same time make certain and rectify their effects. Coming nearer and toward phenomenology, the sciences of lifestyles locate the typical floor of the truth within the ontopoiesis of existence. may perhaps it now not be that the interrogative trademarks of technological know-how, engaging in human artistic inventiveness will assemble additionally the divergent medical tools in a standard community? A community which contains usual techniques, societal sharing-in-life, and existential verbal exchange.

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  • Idealism and Corporeity: An Essay on the Problem of the Body by James Dodd (auth.)

    By James Dodd (auth.)

    In a manner, the matter of the physique in Husserl' s writings is comparatively straightfo r­ ward: it really is an workout in devoted description and elaboration of a feeling or suggest­ ing, that of the "lived body," utilizing the instruments and techniques of intentional research. what's to be defined is not anything unique, yet a recognizable, universal part of adventure; extra, it's not whatever constrained to any detailed form of adventure, yet is ever-present, if it is within the heritage or the heart of cognizance. therefore the lived physique is, in a fashion, the main mundane of themes in phenomenology, to be du1y famous as an issue of course--of path we should always contain the physique within the research of lived area; in fact the physique is a component within the attention of alternative people. in addition to the obviousness of the duty is the influence that, not less than on the outset, the matter of the physique doesn't seem to tax the assets of intentional research, forcing us to elevate severe questions about the scope and boundaries of phenomenological philosophy. there's not anything severe concerning the challenge of the body-it calls for neither that we parent buildings of the top­ so much inside of realization, as does the research of "internal time unsleeping­ ness," nor does it calion us to mend the feel of the normativity that constitutes the "logic" of the area through grounding it in an absolute foundation.

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  • Phenomenology and Mathematics (Phaenomenologica, Volume 195) by Mirja Hartimo

    By Mirja Hartimo

    Mirja Hartimo. Phenomenology and arithmetic. Springer, 2010 (Phaenomenologica, Vol. 195). 244 Pages

    Book Description
    During Edmund Husserl’s lifetime, glossy common sense and arithmetic swiftly constructed towards their present outlook and Husserl’s writings may be fruitfully in comparison and contrasted with either nineteenth century figures (Boole, Schröder, Weierstrass) in addition to the twentieth century characters (Heyting, Zermelo, Gödel). along with the extra ancient reviews, the inner ones on Husserl by myself and the exterior ones trying to make clear his position within the extra normal context of the constructing arithmetic and common sense, Husserl’s phenomenology bargains additionally a systematically wealthy yet little researched region of research. This quantity goals to set up the start line for the advance, overview and appraisal of the phenomenology of arithmetic. It gathers the contributions of the most students of this rising box into one ebook for the 1st time. Combining either ancient and systematic reports from a variety of angles, the quantity charts solutions to the query "What type of philosophy of arithmetic is phenomenology?"

    Editorial Reviews
    From the studies: “The quantity Phenomenology and arithmetic comprises 9 articles in accordance with the displays given on the 2007 convention of an analogous identify in Tampere, Finland. … the standard of the person articles is particularly excessive as they current normally mature positions. accordingly, it's definitely a superb quantity and a big contribution to the fashion of becoming curiosity in Husserl’s (early) paintings at the philosophy of common sense and arithmetic and their relation to phenomenology.” ­­­ (Carlo Ierna, background and Philosophy of good judgment, Vol. 32, November, 2011)
    The current assortment gathers jointly the contributions of the realm prime students operating within the intersection of phenomenology and arithmetic. in the course of Edmund Husserl’s lifetime (1859-1938) sleek common sense and arithmetic speedily constructed towards their present outlook and Husserl’s writings will be fruitfully in comparison and contrasted with either nineteenth century figures corresponding to Boole, Schröder and Weierstrass in addition to the twentieth century characters like Heyting, Zermelo, and Gödel. along with the extra old reports, either the inner ones on Husserl on my own and the exterior ones trying to make clear his function within the extra common context of the constructing arithmetic and good judgment, Husserl’s phenomenology bargains additionally a systematically wealthy yet little researched quarter of research. the current quantity goals to set up the place to begin for the advance, review and appraisal of the phenomenology of arithmetic. It gathers the contributions of the most students of this rising box into one ebook for the 1st time. Combining either historic and systematic experiences from a number of angles, the amount charts solutions to the query "What form of philosophy of arithmetic is phenomenology?"

    Book Details
    Hardcover: 243 pages
    Publisher: Springer; 2010 version (April 14, 2010)
    Language: English
    ISBN-10: 9048137284
    ISBN-13: 978-9048137282
    Printed publication Dimensions: 6.1 x 0.6 x 9.2 inches

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  • The Pittsburgh School of Philosophy: Sellars, McDowell, by Chauncey Maher

    By Chauncey Maher

    In this quantity, Maher contextualizes the paintings of a gaggle of up to date analytic philosophers—The Pittsburgh School—whose paintings is characterised through an curiosity within the historical past of philosophy and a dedication to normative functionalism, or the perception that to spot anything as a manifestation of conceptual capacities is to put it in an area of norms. Wilfrid Sellars claimed that people are detailed simply because they occupy a norm-governed "space of reasons." besides Sellars, Robert Brandom and John McDowell have attempted to determine the consequences of that concept for realizing wisdom, concept, norms, language, and intentional motion. the purpose of this ebook is to introduce their shared perspectives on these subject matters, whereas additionally charting a couple of key disputes among them.

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  • Ideas for a Hermeneutic Phenomenology of the Natural by J.J. Kockelmans

    By J.J. Kockelmans

    Ideas for Hermeneutic Phenomenology of traditional Sciences (published in 1993 as quantity 15 of this sequence) comprised mostly ontological reflections at the typical sciences. That booklet defined why the average sciences has to be thought of inherently interpretive in personality, and clarified the stipulations lower than which clinical interpretations are "legitimate" and will be known as "true".

    This better half quantity makes a speciality of methodological concerns. Its first half elucidates the methodical hermeneutics constructed within the nineteenth century via Boeckh, Birt, Dilthey, and others. Its moment half, by utilizing concrete examples drawn from smooth physics because it opened up from Copernicus to Maxwell, clarifies and "proves" the details of the ontologico-hermeneutical perception of the sciences elaborated within the previous quantity. It thereby either illuminates crucial difficulties confronting an ontologico-phenomenological method of the normal sciences and provides an alternative choice to Kuhn's belief of the historic improvement of the traditional sciences.

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  • Hegel's Ladder, Volume 2 by H. S. Harris

    By H. S. Harris

    "Hegel's Ladder aspires to be...a 'literal commentary' on Die Phanomenologie des Geistes ...It used to be the wakeful target of my thirty-year fight with Hegel to write down an explanatory statement at the publication; and with its of entirety I regard my very own 'working' profession as concluded...The winning behavior of commentators...is based at the common consensus of opinion that no matter what else it can be, Hegel's Phenomenology isn't the logical 'science' that he believed it was once. this is often the got view that i would like to overthrow. but when i'm correct, then an acceptably non-stop chain of argument, paragraph by way of paragraph, should be discoverable within the text." -- from the Preface.

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  • Ideas for a Hermeneutic Phenomenology of the Natural by J.J. Kockelmans

    By J.J. Kockelmans

    This ebook is a methodical and systematic presentation of simple ontological matters that has to be raised with appreciate to the which means and serve as of traditional technological know-how. The ontological matters are mentioned from a hermeneutico-phenomenological standpoint. additionally, the publication comprises serious discussions of simple issues raised through Carnap, Hempel, Stegmüller, Kuhn, Lakatos, Hübner, Popper, van Fraassen, Heelan and Kisiel.
    one of many simple theses constructed within the e-book is that logical, epistemological and methodological matters pertinent to the usual sciences may be complemented via ontological concerns that attention in general on which means and fact. The e-book additionally comprises one bankruptcy at the implications of the ontological rules awarded for the background of the ordinary sciences.

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  • Levinas in Jerusalem: Phenomenology, Ethics, Politics, by Joelle Hansel

    By Joelle Hansel

    A disciple of Husserl and Heidegger, a modern of Sartre and Merleau-Ponty, Levinas totally renewed the best way of considering ethics in our occasions. unlike the total culture of Western philosophy, he thought of ethics neither as an aspiration to person perfection, nor because the optimum department within the Cartesian tree of data, yet as first philosophy . through placing into query the concern of Being, by way of seeing accountability for the opposite individual because the very constitution of subjectivity, Levinas initiated a brand new realizing of time, freedom or language. This e-book is a set of papers given on the foreign convention Levinas in Jerusalem held on the Hebrew collage in might 2002. 2006 marks the Centennial of Levinas s delivery. At this get together, this ebook offers an summary of the main fecund parts of study in Levinas scholarship. by means of bringing jointly historians of philosophy, phenomenologists, experts in Jewish notion and Talmud, in addition to in politics and aesthetics, it pertains to his paintings as a complete, facing his philosophical writings and together with his Jewish-Talmudic ones. The authors all over the world popular students and younger promising ones examine Levinas s courting to Bergson, Husserl and Heidegger, his perception of Justice and the kingdom, his view of Aesthetics, Eros and the female.

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