Phenomenology and the Human Positioning in the Cosmos: The Life-world, Nature, Earth: Book One

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The classic conception of human transcendental consciousness assumes its self-supporting existential status within the horizon of life-world, nature and earth.Yet this assumed absoluteness does not entail the nature of its powers, neither their constitutive force. This latter call for an existential source reaching beyond the generative life-world network. Transcendental consciousness, having lost its absolute status (its point of reference) it is the role of the logos to lay down the harmonious positioning in ...

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Overview

The classic conception of human transcendental consciousness assumes its self-supporting existential status within the horizon of life-world, nature and earth.Yet this assumed absoluteness does not entail the nature of its powers, neither their constitutive force. This latter call for an existential source reaching beyond the generative life-world network. Transcendental consciousness, having lost its absolute status (its point of reference) it is the role of the logos to lay down the harmonious positioning in the cosmic sphere of the all, establishing an original foundation of phenomenology in the primogenital ontopoiesis of life.​

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9789400748002
  • Publisher: Springer Netherlands
  • Publication date: 10/11/2012
  • Series: Analecta Husserliana Series , #113
  • Edition description: 2013
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 358
  • Product dimensions: 6.14 (w) x 9.21 (h) x 0.88 (d)

Table of Contents

INTRODUCTION.- Cosmo-Transcendental Positioning of the Living Being in the Universe in Anna-Teresa Tymieniecka’s New Enlightenment; Jadwiga S. Smith.- SECTION I.- Cosmos, the Meaningful Construct; Halil Turan.- Competing Conceptions of the Cosmos in the Sixteenth and Seventeenth Centuries; Oliver W. Holmes.- Call of Philosophising as “Dichten”: Writing-Voicing-Listening-Reciting in Pace with the Rhyming Pulse of Cosmos as Tota Simulteitas; Erkut Sezgin.- "Cosmos" and Scientific Practices in Ancient Greek and Ancient Chinese Thought: A Comparative Interpretation; Sinan Kadir Celik.- SECTION 2.- Apel's Project of Cognitive Anthropology for Non-Western World and a Supplement of Muslim Proposal; Abdul Rahim Afaki.- The Rhythmic Horizon of Language (Phenomenological Foundations of Jorge Manrique’s Coplas);Antonio Dominguez Rey.- A Subjectivist Inquiry Concerning Intrinsic Value in Environmental Ethics; Ayhan Sol and Selma Aydin Bayram.- Kinds of Guise Bundles; Semiha Akinci.- Enmeshed Experience in Architecture: Understanding the Affordances of the Old Galata Bridge in Istanbul; Semra Aydinly.- SECTION III.- Plato on Return to the Nature; Olena Shkubulyani.- Nature’s Value and Nature’s Future; Leszek Pyra.- (Mis)Triangulated Human Positioning in the Cosmos: (Un)Covering the (Meta)Physical Identity of Agents of Good and Evil in Head and Silko; Imafedia Okhamafe.- Beyond the Human-Nature Dualism. Towards a Concept of Nature as Part of the Life-World; Karen Francois.- Metaphysics and the Concept of World in Rudolph Carnap and Moritz Schlick; Giuseppina Sgueglia.- SECTION IV.- Nature, Sealing the Humanness. Applying Phenomenology of Life to a Romanian Artistic Work Carmen Cozma.- The Path of Truth: from Absolute to Reality, from Point to Circle; Konul Bunyadzade.- Newton's Phenomena and Malay Cosmology: A Comparative Perspective; A.L. Samian.- Peering Through the Keyhole (The Phenomenology and Ontology of Cyberspace in Contemporary Societies); J.C. Couceiro-Bueno.- SECTION V.- Reason and as the Frames and Partitions of the Temple of Life;Salahaddin Khalilov.- Direct Intuition: Strategies of Knowledge in the Phenomenology of Life, with Reference to the Philosophy of Illumination; Olga Louchakova-Schwartz.- What the Lake Said. Amiel's New Phenomenology and Nature; Daria Gosek.- How Can Sisyphus be Happy with His Fate?; Sibel Oktar.- ADMINISTRATIVE APPENDIX.- Introducing Letter from Daniela Verducci Upon Her Inauguration as Vice-President of the World Phenomenology Institute (June 28, 2011); Daniela Verducci.

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