Phenomenology/Ontopoiesis Retrieving Geo-cosmic Horizons of Antiquity: Logos and Life

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The controversy of flux and stasis as the groundwork of reality of Greek ancient philosophy reached its crux in the all encompassing doctrine of the logos by Heraclitus of Ephesus. It centers upon human soul in its role with the cosmos. Philosophy of the Occident corroborating Greek insights with the progress of culture in numerous interpretations (Kant, Kierkegaard, Husserl, Merleau-Ponty, Ricoeur…), presented in this collection has neglected the cosmic sphere. While contemporary development of science revealed ...

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Overview

The controversy of flux and stasis as the groundwork of reality of Greek ancient philosophy reached its crux in the all encompassing doctrine of the logos by Heraclitus of Ephesus. It centers upon human soul in its role with the cosmos. Philosophy of the Occident corroborating Greek insights with the progress of culture in numerous interpretations (Kant, Kierkegaard, Husserl, Merleau-Ponty, Ricoeur…), presented in this collection has neglected the cosmic sphere. While contemporary development of science revealed its grounding principles (papers by Grandpierre, Kule and Trutty-Coohill) the ancient logos fully emerges. Thus, logos hitherto hidden in our commerce with earth is revealed in its intertwinings with the cosmos through the trajectories of the phenomenology/ontopoiesis of life (Tymieniecka). The crucial link between the soul and the cosmos, in a new geo-cosmic horizon, is thus being retrieved.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9789400716902
  • Publisher: Springer Netherlands
  • Publication date: 8/18/2011
  • Series: Analecta Husserliana Series, #110
  • Edition description: 2011
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 753
  • Product dimensions: 6.14 (w) x 9.21 (h) x 0.88 (d)

Table of Contents

INAUGURAL LECTURE

INSPIRATIONS OF HERACLITUS FROM EPHESUS FULFILLED IN OUR NEW ENLIGHTENMENT
Anna-Teresa Tymieniecka

SECTION I: PHENOMENOLOGY OF LIFE IN THE CRITIQUE OF REASON

WAS PLATO A PLATONIST?
Konrad Rokstad

THE LIFE OF BEING REFOUND WITH THE PHENOMENOLOGY OF LIFE OF ANNA-TERESA TYMIENIECKA.
Daniela Verducci

CRITIQUE OF REASON PROJECTS WITH REFERENCE TO ANTIQUITY: I. KANT AND THE PLATONIC IDEAS, E. HUSSERL AND THE MNEMOSINEAN ENTICEMENT, A-T. TYMIENIECKA AND THE DYONISIAN LOGOS
Ella Buceniece

WHAT WAS A CLASSIC UNTIL THE BEGINNING OF THE 20th CENTURY?
Tansu Acik

SECTION II: LOGOS AND LIFE

THE EXISTENTIALISTIC SUBJECT OF TODAY
Simen Oyen

RE-TURING TO THE REAL: PHENOMENOLOGICAL APPROPRIATIONS OF PLATO'S 'IDEAS' AND THE ALLEGORY OF THE CAVE
Robert Switzer

LIVING LIFE AND MAKING LIFE
Andreas Brenner

MAN'S WORLD AND LOGOS AS FEELING
Manjulika Ghosh

FEAST OF LIFE OR FEAST OF REASON – KIERKEGAARD VERSUS PLATO
Velga Vevere

GIBT ES EIN MATERIALES APRIORI?" MIT SCHLICKS KRITIK AN DER PHANOMENOLOGIE UBER DAS VERHALTNIS ZWISCHEN SPRACHE UND VERNUNFT NACHZUDENKEN ANFANGEN
Wei Zhang

SECTION III: LOGOS AND EDUCATION

THE IDEA OF PAIDEA IN THE CONTEXT OF ONTOPOIESIS OF LIFE
Rimma Kurenkova, Evgeny Plekhanov, Elena Rogacheva

INTERNATIONAL DIMENTION OF JOHN DEWEY'S PEDAGOGY: LESSONS FOR TOMORROW
Elena Rogacheva

THINKING CONDITIONED BY LANGUAGE AND TRADITION
Mara Stafecka

HOW TO CONDUCT LIFE (ARETE AND PHRONESIS)
J. C. Couceiro-Bueno

SECTION IV: HUSSERL IN THE CONTEXT OF TRADITION

THE REASON OF THE CRISIS. HUSSERL'S RE-EXAMINATION OF THE CONCEPT OF RATIONALITY
Witold Plotka

LOGOS AS SIGNIFIER: HUSSERL IN THE CONTEXT OF TRADITIONKoushik Joardar

THE AXIOLOGY OF ONTOPOIESIS AND ITS RATIONALITY
Susi Ferrarello

ORIGINATING THE WESTERN WORLD: A CULTURAL PHENOMENOLOGY OF HISTORICAL CONSCIOUSNESS
Tonu Viik

THE RECOVERY OF THE SELF. PLOTINUS ON LOGOS AND SELF-COGNITION
Magdalena Plotka

SOCIAL CONNOTATIONS OF THE CATEGORY OF THE <<NOW>> IN THE LATE WRITINGS OF EDMUND HUSSERL VS. J. DERRIDA AND B. WALDENFELS
CezaryJ. Olbromski

SECTION V: COGNITION, CREATIVITY, EMBODIMENT

POUND, PROPERTIUS AND LOGOPOEIA
Lars Morten Gram

PHENOMENOLOGY: CREATION AND CONSTRUCTION OF KNOWLEDGE
Klymet Selvi

PERSPICUOUS REPRESENTATION: A WITTGENSTEINIAN INTERPRETATION OF MARTIN HEIDEGGER’S VIEW OF TRUTH
Aydan Turanli

ORIGIN AND FEATURES OF PHYSICAL CREATIONS IN AN ONTOPOIETIC PERSPECTIVE
Mina Sehdev

SECTION VI: NATURE, WORLD, CONTINUITY

NATURE AND ARTIFICE IN MANIFESTING/PRODUCING THE BEING
Francesco Totaro

SEMIOTICS OF BEING AND UEXKULLIAN PHENOMENOLOGY
Morten Tonnessen

THE PLACE: WHERE WE SEE THE WORLD AS A LIMITED WHOLE
Sibel Oktar

LINES FOR CONTEMPORARY CONSTRUCTIVISM TO REVISIT AND REINTEGRATE THE ANCIENT SENSE OF CONTINUITY BETWEEN MEN AND NATURE
Catia Giaconi

SECTION VII: LOGOS AND THE SELF

PAUL RICOEUR: CRITICAL CONSENT OF LOGOS TO LIFE
- STOICISM AND ORPHISM IN QUESTION -
Anibal Fornari

THE PHENOMENOLOGICAL SIGNIFICANCE AND RELEVANCE OF THE REMINDERS ASSEMBLED AS “LANGUAGE-GAMES”
Erkut Sezgin

'SOPHIA' AS 'TELOS' IN THE 'ONTOPOIETIC PERSPECTIVE'
Carmen Cozma

SELF AND WORLD: VEDANTA, SUFISM, AND PRESOCRATICS IN PHENOMENOLOGICAL VIEW
Olga Louchakova

TRINITARIAN APPROPRIATIONS OF THE TRANSCENDENTALS: GIVENNESS AND INTENTIONALITY IN LEVINAS, MARION, AND TYMIENIECKA
Thomas Ryba

SECTION VIII: CREATIVITY AND THE ONTOPOIETIC LOGOS

BLANCHOT'S INAUGURAL POETICS: VISIBILITY AND THE INFINITE CONVERSATION
William D. Melaney

LOVE OF LIFE, TRAGEDY AND SOME CHARACTERS IN GREEK MYTHOLOGY
Halil Turan

HUMOR IN THE PERSPECTIVE OF LOGOS: THE INSPIRATIONS OF ANCIENT GREEK PHILOSOPHY
Anna Malecka

THE IDEAL AND THE REAL: BRIDGING THE GAP
Brian Grassom

HISTORICITY, NARRATIVE AND THE CONSTRUCTION OF MONSTROSITY IN JOHN GARDNER’S GRENDEL
Firat Karadas

THE POWER OF DANCE/MOVEMENT AS A MEANS OF EXPRESSION
Ali Ozturk

SECTION IX: INTERSUBJECTIVITY, FREEDOM, JUSTICE

MAKING HISTORY OUR OWN – APPROPRIATION AND TRANSGRESSION OF THE INTENTIONAL HISTORY OF HUMAN RIGHTS
Johannes Servan

VITALITY AND WOBBLINESS OF UNIVERSAL MORAL VALUES IN THE POST-MODERN WORLD: CREATIVITY AND REGULATIVE FUNCTION OF THE LOGOS OF LIFE
Jan Szmyd

A TRUE AND BETTER ‘I’: HUSSERL’S CALL FOR WORLDLY RENEWAL
Michael Gubser

THE QUESTION OF THE SUBJECT: JAN PATOCKA'S PHENOMENOLOGICAL CONTRIBUTION
Saulius Geniusas

ONTOPOIESIS AND NARRATIVE ETHICS: AN ACUTUALIZATION OF ARISTOTLE'S ACCOUNT OF IMAGINATION
Silvia Pierosara

SECTION X: SEEKING THE LOGOS IN DIFFERENT CULTURES

THEOSIS AND LIFE IN NICOLAI BERDYAEV'S PHILOSOPHY
Katarzyna Stark

HARMONIOUS BALANCE: THE ULTIMATE PHENOMENON OF LIFE EXPERIENCE; A CONFUCIAN ATTEMPT & APPROACH
Tsung-I Dow

DANCE: WALKING AND SELF-MOVING IN HUSSERL AND MERLEAU-PONTY
Jonathon Appels

THE SONGLINES: DREAMING THE ANCESTORS AND SUSTAINING THE WORLD IN ABORIGINAL ART
Bruce Ross

SECTION XI: CONTEMPORARY RETRIEVING OF THE PRINCIPLES OF THE UNIVERSAL ORDER

LOGOS AND LIFE: UNDERSTANDING OF RHYTHM
Maija Kule

LIFE POWERFUL FORCE BETWEEN VIRTUALITY AND ENACTMENT
Clara Mandolini

VISUALIZING TYMIENIECKA’S APPROACH WITH STRING THEORY
Patricia Trutty-Coohill

UNIVERSAL PRINCIPLES OF THE WORLD AND THE COORDINATE SYSTEM ON THE BASIS OF LIMIT DYNAMICAL EQUILIBRIUM
Nikolay Kozhevnikov

THE BIOLOGICAL PRINCIPLE OF NATURAL SCIENCES AND THE LOGOS OF LIFE OF NATURAL PHILOSOPHY: A COMPARISON AND THE PERSPECTIVES OF UNIFYING THE SCIENCE AND PHILOSOPHY OF LIFE
Attila Grandpierre

INDEX OF NAMES

PROGRAM FROM THE 60th INTERNATIONAL CONGRESS OF PHENOMENOLOGY, LOGOS AND LIFE: PHENOMENOLOGY/ONTOPOIESIS REVIVING ANTIQUITY, HELD IN BERGEN, NORWAY, 2010

ANALECTA HUSSERLIANA

Volume CX

PHENOMENOLOGY/ONTOPOIESIS RETRIEVING GEO-COSMIC HORIZONS OF ANTIQUITY

LOGOS AND LIFE

Edited By: Anna-Teresa Tymieniecka

2011

Section I

PHENOMENOLOGY OF LIFE IN THE CRITIQUE OF REASON

Section II

LOGOS AND LIFE

Section III

LOGOS AND EDUCATION

Section IV

HUSSERL IN THE CONTEXT OF TRADITION

Section V

COGNITION, CREATIVITY, EMBODIMENT

Section VI

NATURE, WORLD, CONTINUITY

Section VII

LOGOS AND THE SELF

Section VIII

CREATIVITY AND THE ONTOPOIETIC LOGOS

Section IX

INTERSUBJECTIVITY, FREEDOM, JUSTICE

Section X

SEEKING THE LOGOS IN DIFFERENT CULTURES

Section XI

CONTEMPORARY RETRIEVING OF THE PRINCIPLES OF THE UNIVERSAL ORDER

PROGRAM FROM THE 60th INTERNATIONAL CONGRESS OF PHENOMENOLOGY, LOGOS AND LIFE: PHENOMENOLOGY/ONTOPOIESIS REVIVING ANTIQUITY, HELD IN BERGEN, NORWAY, 2010

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