Phenomenology and Existentialism in the Twenthieth Century: Book III. Heralding the New Enlightenment / Edition 1

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Overview

The great flourishing in the Twentieth Century of the amalgamated movement of Phenomenology and Existentialism, having reached its unfolding and reverberation – as we have shown in our two preceding books and continue in this one – seems to have spanned the entire gamut of their marvels.

Although the philosophical field is being still corroborated by phenomenologico-existential insights, phenomenology remains itself enigmatic. The question of its foundations, as the source of sense remaining unsolved by Husserl (herein Verducci’s study of Husserl and Fink, infra-page).

And yet, the deepest phenomenologico-existential inspiration undertakes a new critique of reason (Verducci), the pivotal role of Imaginatio Creatrix (Egbe), Jean Wahl’s quest after ultimate meaning (Kremer-Marietti) and the Logos of the "Moral Sense" (Cozma and Szmyd). Phenomenology is then reborn in the ontopoiesis of life (Tymieniecka) as "first philosophy" (Haney). We have here a powerful ferment we may call the New Enlightenment.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9789048137848
  • Publisher: Springer Netherlands
  • Publication date: 7/8/2010
  • Series: Analecta Husserliana Series , #105
  • Edition description: 2010
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 394
  • Product dimensions: 0.94 (w) x 9.21 (h) x 6.14 (d)

Table of Contents

Preface

THEME

HERALDING THE NEW ENLIGHTENMENT Anna-Teresa Tymieniecka

INAUGURAL LECTURE

THE NEW ENLIGHTENMENT Anna-Teresa Tymieniecka

SECTION I

THE NEW ENLIGHTENMENT Anna-Teresa Tymieniecka

THE DEVELOPMENT OF THE VITAL SEED OF INTENTIONALITY. FROM E. HUSSERL AND E. FINK TO A-T. TYMIENIECKA’S ONTOPOIESIS OF LIFE Daniela Verducci

PHENOMENOLOGY IN A NEW CENTURY: WHAT STILL NEEDS TO BE DONE Ronald Bruzina

TYMIENIECKA’S FIRST PHILOSOPHY Kathleen Haney

JEAN WAHL AND THE RENEWAL OF METAPHYSICS Angèle Kremer Marietti

SECTION II

POST-MODERNISM AND THE ETHICS OF CONSCIENCE: VARIOUS INTERPRETATIONS OF THE MORALITY OF THE POST-MODERN WORLD. THE ROLE OF A-T. TYMIENIECKA’S PHENOMENOLOGY OF LIFE Jan Szmyd

ON THE MEANINGFULNESS OF MAN’S EXISTENCE: FROM EXISTENTIALIST THINKING TO PHENOMENOLOGY OF LIFE Carmen Cozma

CREATIVE IMAGINATION IN HARMONY AS THE FULL MATURITY OF PHENOMENOLOGICAL INQUIRY Peter Abumhenre Egbe

HERMENEUTICS AND THE VOCATIVE STRUCTURE OF THE DIVINE: TOWARD A DRAMATIC, REDEMPTIVE PHENOMENOLOGY Sol Neely

ARRIVING IN THE WORLD-OF-LIFE Anibal Fornari

SECTION III

INTERSUBJECTIVITY – EXISTENTIALIST, PHENOMENOLOGICAL DISCOURSE AND AN ETHICAL APPROACH Simen Andersen Oyen

IS THE PHENOMENON OF A NON-INTENTIONAL “SELF-OTHER” RELATIONSHIP POSSIBLE?
Ihor Karivets

TWO DIMENSIONS OF HUMAN BEING IN KARL JASPERS’ PHILOSOPHY – EXISTENCE AND HERMENEUTICS Pawel Malata

THE GUILT WHICH WE ARE: AN ONTOLOGICAL APPROACH TO KARL JASPERS’ IDEA OF GUILT Ronny Miron

SECTION IV

FREUD, HUSSERL AND “LOSS OF REALITY”. CLASSIC PSYCHOANALYSIS, TRANSCENDENTAL PHENOMENOLOGY AND THE EXPLICATION OF PSYCHOSIS Egil H. Olsvik

A CONTRIBUTION TO THE PHENOMENOLOGY OF HUMAN NORMALITY IN THE MODERN ERA Eva Syristova

TOWARD A PHENOMENOLOGICAL AND EXISTENTIAL PSYCHOLOGY Antonio De Luca

PARADOXES OF INTENTION: LOGOTHERAPY, PHENOMENOLOGY AND EXISTENTIALISM David Doyle

SECTION V

PHENOMENOLOGY OF THE UTILITARIAN-AESTHETIC DYNAMICS OF NATURE Ludmila Molodkina

HUMAN FLOURISHING BEYOND ECONOMIC WELL-BEING: THE CONTRIBUTION OF PHENOMENOLOGY TO A “RICHER” IDEA OF PERSONHOOD Benedetta Giovanola

SECTION VI

PHENOMENOLOGICAL PERSPECTIVES ON PHILOSOPHICAL DIDACTICS Ane Faugstad Aaro

PHENOMENOLOGY OF EDUCATION: THE CONTEMPORARY DIALOGUE OF PHILOSOPHY AND PEDAGOGICS Larisa Vysotskaya and Rimma Kurenkova

SOME INSPIRATION (CONNECTIONS) FOR MODERN EDUCATIONAL THEORY IN J.-P. SARTRE’S AND A. CAMUS’ PHILOSOPHICAL ANTHROPOLOGY Kazimierz Szmyd

CONCLUDING

THE PHENOMENOLOGICAL WAY: A PHILOSOPHICAL VIEW ON THE VITALITY OF BEING Maria-Chiara Teloni

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