Paideia: Philosophy/Phenomenology of Life Inspiring Education for Our Times / Edition 1

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Overview

The education of humanity is the key to the next century's culture, its social and practical life. The main concerns of education are perennial, but the continuous flood of inventions, the technological innovations that re-shape life, calls for a radically new appraisal of the situation, such as only philosophy can provide. Answering the call of humanity for the measure, sense of proportion and direction that could re-orient present and future education, the phenomenology of life - integral and scientific, in a dialogue with the arts, the sciences, and the humanities - proposes an ontopoietic model of life's unfolding as the universal paradigm for this re-orientation. Taking the Human Creative Condition as its Archimedean point, it offers a unique context for a fresh investigation of the concerns of education, both perennial and immediate.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9789048154623
  • Publisher: Springer Netherlands
  • Publication date: 12/2/2010
  • Series: Analecta Husserliana Series , #68
  • Edition description: Softcover reprint of the original 1st ed. 2000
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 484
  • Product dimensions: 6.14 (w) x 9.21 (h) x 1.01 (d)

Table of Contents

Section I: Ontopoiesis of Life as the New Philosophical Paradigm. The Ontopoiesis of Life as the New Universal Paradigm for our Time; A.-T. Tymieniecka. 'Methodlogos' of Life as the Basis of Contemporary Education; E. Rogacheva, et al. Eduquer - en enseignant; pour une pédagogie de la compétence interrogative; F. Jaques. Reading, Writing and Interpreting by Gadamer; O. Rossi. Son compatibles el concepto de Paideia y la idea de lo absoluto? H. Matthai. Section II: Unity-of-Everything-There-Is-Alive and Human Constitutive Engagement. On the Ontology of Life: The Recent Contributions of Tymieniecka, Gibson and Schotter to the Development of an Ecological Approach to Philosophy; W.K. Rogers. Is Environmental Ethics a Collective Egoism of Mankind? J.E. Hafner. The Art of the Liberation of Life and Philosophy as Educator: F. Nietzsche, E. Husserl, Z. Maurina; E. Buceniece. Staging Life - Interpretation of Life in Kierkegaard's, Concluding Unscientific Postscript; V. Vevere. The Life World and the Private Language; Y. Okamoto. Critique of Anthropocentric Ethics - Toward a Foundation of Ecocentric Ethics; Y. Park. Work and Unity in Human Life: Towards a Global Anthropology of the Person; F. Totaro. Paideia is being Oneself; M. Sanchez-Sorondo. The Limits of Artificial Life; M. Casula. Fractious Pluralism and Husserl's European Reason; G. Overvold. Formative Processes of the Human Being Between Ontology, Ethics and Work: The Case of Max Scheler; D. Verducci. The Concept of Life in Elzenberg's and Scheler's Philosophical Investigations; A. Nogal. Difficult Decision Situations: A Phenomenological Ontology of Crisis Management; J.I. Unah. Section III: Husserl's LatestInvestigations: A Breakthrough into Nature. Human World – Animal World: An Interpretation of Instinct in Some Late Husserlian Manuscripts; A. Ales-Bello. Predicado en busca de sujeto (la nueva lingüístivica de José Ortega y Gasset); A.D. Rey. Nature and Life in the Later Husserl. Instinct and Passivity; R.D. Sweeney. Section IV: The Aesthetic of Enchantment: Literature and Fine Arts. 'Watery Worlds Awash': The Sounds of Water in Wallace Stevens; N. Goldfarb. Transcending the Visual: Lutening to Leonardo; P. Trutty-Coohill. Phenomenology and Hermeneutics of the Ancient Mesoamerican Religions; C. Balzer. On the Foundations of the Poetry of Life: Gerard Manley Hopkins on Self and World; J. García-Gómez. 'The Pleasures of Scratching': Matiérisme's Critique of Vision; R. Perry. Individuality and the Crisis of Reason with Regard to the Problem of the Sacred; G. Penzo. Section V: Philosophy in the World. Bringing Truth into Being: Merleau-Ponty and the Task of Philosophy; B.E. Bowles. Ontofiction: The Altered Comprehension of the World; J.C. Couceiro-Bueno. Etre-dans-le-monde chez Husserl; J. Sivak. Heroism – A Test of Ideas; M. Golaszewska. La praxis ou 'Le travail du négatif' dans les derniers écrits de Merleau-Ponty (Essai sur une hyper-dialectique ouvert de la chair chiasmée); D. Franksen. Appendix 1. Appendix 2.

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