Memory in the Ontopoiesis of Life: Book Two. Memory in the Orbit of the Human Creative Existence / Edition 1

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In the temporal becoming of individualizing life the actual present passes into past and comes to be reflected and recaptured in memory. While the vital logos of beingness recollects for its constitutive use (employment) fragments from memory ‘s magazine, ensuring constructive continuity in accordance with its genetic patterns, the creative logos of the human mind also is indebted in contrast to the work of memory in creative imagination for the essential role it plays in the selective transformation, invention, projection that informs the felt and intelligible logos of human selfhood, personality, meaning, fullness, destiny... within the human community and the world of life.

As fragmentary and seemingly disjointed as it is in relation to concrete subjective experience, memory as it surges from the past into the actual present, even though subject to transformation, maintains an essential link to constituting reality, yes, but more importantly outlines the future. The creative imagination of the logos of human mind projects horizons for the vertiginous past. An encircling continuity of sense then embraces the earliest evolution of humankind, on the one extreme, and the fulgurations of the sacral logos, on the other. Hence we may consider memory as sustaining the sensing the logos of the human orbit with its horizons. In its innumerably differentiated role we may find its unifying stream only upon the primogenital – ontopoietic – platform of the logos of life.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9789048123186
  • Publisher: Springer Netherlands
  • Publication date: 9/24/2009
  • Series: Analecta Husserliana Series , #102
  • Edition description: 2009
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 358
  • Product dimensions: 6.40 (w) x 9.30 (h) x 1.10 (d)

Table of Contents

INAUGURAL STUDY: MEMORY’S SUSTENANCE OF THE HUMAN ORBIT, Anna-Teresa Tymieniecka
TOPICAL STUDY: ONTOPOIETIC VESTIGES: MEMORIES OF ONTOGENESIS IN BIOLOGY AND IN HUMAN CULTURE, Roberto Verolini and Fabio Petrelli
1. THE SELF IN CREATIVE MEMORY
A-T. TYMIENIECKA, THE WORK OF THE ANALECTA HUSSERLIANA AND CONVERSION, Thomas Ryba
LIFELONG LEARNING AND SELF-ACTUALIZATION, Klymet Selvi
FACES OF MEMORY – THE WORK OF FRANZ KAFKA AS A RECORD OF CONSCIOUSNESS LOST IN THE LABIRYNTH OF BEING IN THE CONTEXT OF EXISTENTIAL PHILOSOPHY, Grzegorz Gruca
WHICH SELF? OR WHAT IS IT LIKE TO SPEAK OR LISTEN – AN EXISTENTIAL PHENOMENOLOGICAL APPROACH, Ewa Latecka
ART EDUCATION AS AN EXPRESSIONIST PHENOMENON, Ali Ozturk
2. CIPHERING REMEMBRANCE: SIGNS, SYMBOLS, SPIRIT
THE FUNCTIONS OF MEMORY IN EDITH STEIN AND IN THE ANNA-TERESA TYMIENIECKA'S PHENOMENOLOGY OF LIFE, Maria-Chiara Teloni
THE SYMBOL – CODE OF THE PAST, RECORD OF HUMAN (EXISTENCE) LIFE, AND ONTOPOIESIS OF LIFE, Joanna Handerek
ON KNOWING: WHETHER ONE KNOWS, Semiha Akinci
WITHOUT BEAUTY THERE IS NO TRUTH, J. C. Couceiro-Bueno
THE ONTOLOGICAL A PRIORI CORRELATIVE OF LANGUAGE (ANGEL AMOR RUIBAL, 1869-1930), Antonio Dominguez Rey
'SAUDADE' AND MEMORY IN THE ONTOPOIESIS OF LIFE, Maria Teresa de Noronha
META-ANALYSIS AND THE QUESTION OF BEING, David A. Ross
3. MEMORY’S NETWORK OF THE HUMAN HORIZONS
MEMORY AND THE HISTORICITY OF HUMAN EXISTENCE, Konrad Rokstad
STRUCTURE AS A COLLECTIVE MEMORY OF CULTURAL SYSTEMS, Piotr Mroz
AGRICULTURAL LANDSCAPE AS A PHILOSOPHICAL-ECOLOGICAL PHENOMENON, Dmitriy Novicov
TERRAISTANBUL IN AS SUBJECT MATTER OF CULTURAL-ECOLOGICAL VALUE, Vasiliy Nilipovskiy
4. MEMORY IN THE COMMUNAL CIPHERING OF LIFE
ORTHODOX MONASTERIAL COMPLEX IN CONTEMPORARY SOCIOCULTURAL ENVIRONMENT, Svetlana Valeryevna Ilvitskaya
THE ART OF MEMORYIN A PLURALISTIC UNIVERSE: WILLIAM JAMES'S REPUBLICAN BANQUET, Elif Cirakman
CAN REASON REGULATE THE REALITY BY WHICH WE EXPERIENCE THE LIFE AS OUR PRIVATE LIFE? Ismail Serin
RELATIVELY COMPLETELY HAPPY, Baris Parkan

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