New Queries in Aesthetics and Metaphysics: Time, Historicity, Art, Culture, Metaphysics, the Transnatural BOOK 4 Phenomenology in the World Fifty Years after the Death of Edmund Husserl

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9789401055017
  • Publisher: Springer Netherlands
  • Publication date: 1/28/2013
  • Series: Analecta Husserliana Series , #37
  • Edition description: Softcover reprint of the original 1st ed. 1991
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 457
  • Product dimensions: 6.14 (w) x 9.21 (h) x 0.97 (d)

Table of Contents

One time, Historicity, Culture.- Husserl and Historicism: Fifty Years Later.- The Teleology of the Historical Being in Hartmann and Husserl.- Historical Time, Mind, and Critical Philosophy of History.- Does Man Co-Create Time?.- The Reactivation of the Past as an Ethical Demand on the Phenomenologist.- Hartmann: The Historicity of Cultural Data.- Hombre y Civilizatión: 1492, La Educatión Imposible.- Phenomenology as a Theory of Culture.- Two Husserlian and Posthusserlian Approaches to Aesthetics.- The Methodological Foundations of Phe-nomenological Aesthetics.- Bild und Kunst im Husserls Nachlass.- Aesthetic Concepts of a Phenomeno-logical Origin.- A Poet’s Life and Work in the Perspective of Phenomenology.- On the Quasi-Intentional Nature of Represented Objects in a Film Work of Art.- Three The Life-Significance of Literature and its Interpretation.- Tymieniecka’s Vindication of the Life Significance of Literature. Homo Ludens and Homo Creator: Scapino.- The Enigma of Avant-Gardes.- Phenomenology and the Pragmatics of Literary Realism.- The Reader and the Reality of the Literary Text: Towards the Construction of Aesthetic Meaning.- Art as Communication.- Phenomenology and the Reception of Literary Texts: The Implied Reader as an Element of a Genre.- L’Oeuvre Litteraire, La Construction Interieure et la Reconstruction.- The Hundredlettered Name: Thunder in James Joyce’s Finnegans Wake.- Refiguring Nature: Tropes of Estrangement in Contemporary American Poetry.- Four Metaphysical Issues in Aesthetics.- Anti-Metaphysical Thinking on Art (Heidegger and Merleau-Ponty).- The Sense of Possibility: On the Ontologico-Eidetic Relevance of the Character (The Experimental Ego) in Literary Experience.- Truth and Untruth in the Museum Exhibition.- Nihilism and Noesis: The Contribution of Phenomenology to the Sartrean Analysis of Flaubert.- Goethe and Schopenhauer: A Phenomenology of the Final Vision in Faust II.- The Tagorean Interpretation of “Ami”: Man’s Self-Esteem.- The Magic of Art in the Magic-Less World.- El Problema Einailogico.- Index of Names.

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