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This collection offers a critical assessment of transcendentalism, the understanding of consciousness, absolutized as a system of a priori laws of the mind, that was advanced by Kant and Husserl. As these studies show, transcendentalism critically informed 20th Century phenomenological investigation into such issues as temporality, historicity, imagination, objectivity and subjectivity, freedom, ethical judgment, work, praxis. Advances in science have now provoked a questioning of the absolute prerogatives of consciousness. Transcendentalism is challenged by empirical reductionism. And recognition of the role the celestial sphere plays in life on planet earth suggests that a radical shift of philosophy's center of gravity be made away from absolute consciousness and toward the transcendental forces at play in the architectonics of the cosmos.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9789400706231
  • Publisher: Springer Netherlands
  • Publication date: 4/12/2011
  • Series: Analecta Husserliana Series , #108
  • Edition description: 2011
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 726
  • Product dimensions: 9.30 (w) x 6.40 (h) x 2.00 (d)

Table of Contents

INAUGURAL LECTURE TRANSCENDENTALISM OVERTURNED: LIFE’S GEO-COSMIC POSITIONING OF BEINGNESS Anna-Teresa Tymieniecka.- SECTION I: HISTORICITY AND TRANSCENDENTAL PHILOSOPHY Konrad Rokstad.- TRANSCENDENTAL PHILOSOPHY AND FUNDAMENTAL ONTOLOGY Hein Berdinesen.- SUBJEKTIVE LOGIK ALS GRUNDLAGE VON OBJEKTIVER LOGIK? HUSSERL’S PHANOMENOLOGIE IM KONTEXT DER TRANSZENDENTALPHILOSOPHIE KANTS UND DES NEUKANTIANISMUS Christian Krijnen.-FACTICITY AND TRANSCENDENTALISM. HUSSERL AND THE PROBLEM OF “GEISTESWISSENSCHAFTEN” Peter Reynaert .- SECTION II: INTENTIONALITY AND TRANSCENDENTALITY Salahaddin Khalilov.- TRANSCENDENTALITY AS AN ONTIC TRANSGRESSION Aleksandra Pawliszyn.- HOW CAN WE GET KNOWLEDGE OF BEING? THE RELATION BETWEEN BEING AND TIME IN THE YOUNG HEIDEGGER Marta Figueras Badia.- ON THE NOTION OF A PHENOMENOLOGICAL CONSTITUTION OF OBJECTIVITY Karen Francois SECTION III: IS ETHICS TRANSCENDENTAL? Halil Turan.- FICHTE’S PROGRAMME FOR A PHILOSOPHY OF FREEDOM Michael Kolkman.- THE PARADOXES OF MORAL IN JEAN-PAUL SARTRE’S PHILOSOPHY Simen Oyen.- TOWARDS A RESPONSIVE SUBJECT, HUSSERL ON AFFECTION Geert Gooskens.- RESPONSIBILITY AND CRISIS: LEVINAS AND HUSSERL ON WHAT CALLS FOR THINKING James N. McGuirk .-TRANSCENDENTAL ETHICS Sibel Oktar.- SECTION IV: THE TRANSCENDENTAL: HUSSERL AND KANT Angela Ales Bello.- DERRIDA, HUSSERL’S DISCIPLE: HOW SHOULD WE UNDERSTAND DECONSTRUCTION OF TRANSCENDENTAL PHILOSOPHY Daniel Lipka.- KANT AND THE BEGINNINGS OF GERMAN TRANSCENDENTALISM: HEIDEGGER AND MAMARDASHVILI Mara Stafecka.- MAURICE MERLEAU-PONTY AND GILLES DELEUZE AS INTERPRETERS OF HENRI BERGSON Judith Wambacq.- THE CONCEPT OF TRANSCENDENTAL EXIZTENPHILOSOPIE IN KARL JASPERS Piotr Mroz.- TRANSCENDENTALISM REVISED: THE IMPACT ON TRANSCENDENTAL CONSCIOUSNESS A STRUCTURE OF REALITY CREATED AND EMITTED BY MASS MEDIA Jan Szmyd.- SECTION V: TRANSCENDENTALISM AND ORIGINAL BEGINNINGS Helena De Preester and Gertrudis Van de Vijver.- HUMAN TRANSCENDING ON THE PATHWAY OF MORAL CREATIVE BECOMING Carmen Cozma.- TRANSCENDENTAL AND SPIRITUAL CONSCIOUSNESS Susi Ferrarello.- TRANSCENDENTALISM IN PHILOSOPHY OF FAITH – CARL JASPERS REVISITED Maciej Kaluza.- SECTION VI: PHENOMENOLOGY OF QUESTIONING: A MEDITATION ON INTERROGATIVE MOOD John Murungi.- REVISITING THE TRANSCENDENTAL: DESIGN AND MATERIAL IN ARCHITECTURE Michael Lucas TWILIGHT SPLENDOR (PHENOMENOLOGICAL REFLECTIONS ON EUROPE) J.C. Couceiro-Bueno.- OPTIMALITY IN VIRTUAL SPACE – THE GENERATION OF DIACRITIC POTENTIAL THROUGH LANGUAGE Johannes Servan.- SECTION VII: WHICH TRANSCENDENTALISM? MANY FACES OF HUSSERLIAN TRANSCENDENTALISM Witold Plotka.- ECO-PHENOMENOLOGY AND THE INTERIORIZATION OF MAN – USING MERLEAU-PONTY AND NIETZSCHE TO RELEASE THE “PSYCHE” FROM THE HUMAN SKULL Lars Petter Storm Torjussen.- UNDERSTANDING TRANSCENDENTALISM AS A PHILOSOPHY OF THE SELF Manjulika Ghosh.- NEW TRANSCENDENTALISM AND THE LOGOS OF EDUCATION Rimma Kurenkova, Evgeny Plekhanov, Elena Rogacheva.- PHENOMENOLOGICAL LEARNING IN OUR LIVING REALITY Klymet Selvi.- SECTION VIII: RE-CONSTRUCTION AND CONCEPTUAL ANALYSIS Manuel Bremer.- WILLIAM JAMES AND EDMUND HUSSERL ON THE HORIZONTALITY OF EXPERIENCE Saulius Geniusas.- RICOEUR’S TRANSCENDENTAL CONCERN: A HERMENEUTICS OF DISCOURSE William D. Melaney.- ON VALUE-PERCEPTION (“ENDOWING”) AS TRANSCENDENTAL FUNCTIONING IN HUSSERL’S LATER PHENOMENOLOGY Egil H. Olsvik.- SECTION IX: ACTION AND WORK IN BLONDEL AND SCHELER: A PRACTICAL TRANSCENDENTALISM? Clara Mandolini .-THE MEANING OF EXISTENCE AND METHOD OF TRANSCENDENTAL PHENOMENOLOGY Mamuka G. Dolidze.- THE PHENOMENON OF UNITY OF IDEA Konul Bunyadzade.- NIETZSCHE AND THE FUTURE OF PHENOMENOLOGY DER WILLE ZUR MACHT AND THE CRITICISM OF MODERN TRANSCENDENTALISM Ammar Zeifa.- X: TRANSCENDENCIA DEL PREDICADO EN EL LENGUAJE SEGUN HEGEL Antonio Dominguez Rey.- TRANSCENDENTAL PHILOSOPHY OF CULTURE – POSSIBILITIES AND INSPIRATIONS Joanna Handerek.- PERCOLATED NEARNESS: IMMANENCE OF LIFE AND A MATERIAL PHENOMENOLOGY OF TIME Ming-Qian Ma.- TRANSCENDENTALISM AND INTERSUBJECTIVITY Koushik Joardar.- SECTION XI:THE PHENOMENOLOGICAL WORDS Nevia Dolcini.- THE MOMENTS WHICH WERE NEVER LOST, THE THREE TIMES OF CHURCH FATHER ST. AUGUSTINE Matti Itkonen.- THE TRANSCENDENTALISM OF HOPE. FROM THE RATIONAL RELIGION TO THE PHENOMENOLOGY OF HOPE WITH KANT AND MARCEL Sergio Labate.- GLIMMERING LIGHT OF TRANSCENDENCE Erkut Sezgin.- NEW FRONTIERS OF TRANSCENDENTAL WITHIN PRESENT PHENOMENOLOGICAL OVERVIEW: FOR A REDISCOVERY OF REALITY Maria-Chiara Teloni Index of Names.

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