The Origins of Life Volume II: The Origins of the Existential Sharing-in-Life / Edition 1 available in Other Format
Understanding life through its origins reveals the groundwork underlying the differentiations of its autonomous generative matrixes. Following the primogenital matrix of generation, the three generative matrixes of the specifically human sense of life establish humanness within the creative human condition as the existential sphere of sharing-in-life.
Table of Contents
Inaugural Lecture. The Origins of Life: The Existential Senses of Sharing-in-Life - Vital, Societal, Creative a Radically Novel Platform. Section I: Transitions of Sense: From the Vital Towards the Existential/Societal Sharing in Life. Atom and Individual; H. Matthai. Logos and Ethos in the Thought of Anna-Teresa Tymieniecka (the Aspect of 'Beginning'); M.P. Migón. Perception and Perceptibility of Living Beings. An Attempt to connect Phenomenology and Ethics; J.E. Hafner. Life, Person, Responsibility; A.A. Bello. Values within Relations; L. Pyra. Creativity and Everyday Life - Ricoeur's Aesthetics; R.D. Sweeny. Section II: The Surging of the Intentional Platform of Life. The Human Arts and the Natural Laws of Bios: Return to Consciousness; P. Mróz. The Phenomenon of Loneliness and the Meta-Theory of Consciousness; V. Borodulin, A. Vasliev. Jung's Concept of Individuation and the Problem of Alienation; M. Zowislo. 'Human Dignity' as 'Rationality' - The Development of a Conception; J.J. Venter. On Emotion and Self-Determination in Max Scheler and Antoni Kepinski; M. Pyka. The Paradoxical Transformation of Existence: on Kierkegaard's Concept of Individuation; A.C. Canan. Multiple Persons in Kierkegaard's Pseudonymous Authorship; V. Vevere. Section III: The Emergence of the Creative Sphere of Sharing in Life. Human Existence as a Creative Process (A Commentary on Anna-Teresa Tymieniecka's Anthropological Reflection); M.A. Cecilia. The Methodologies of Life, Self-Individualization and Creativity in the Educational Process; R.A. Kurenkova, et al. Stimuli to Invention: New Technologies, New Audiences, New Images; D.G. Scillia. Stefan Zweig and his Literary Biographies; C. Berthold. The Artistic Event in the Space of Life as an Effect of the Interaction of Instincts, Feelings, Images and Spiritual; J. Slosarska. Reflections on the Everlasting and the Transient or the Road to the 'Freed Field of Light'; R. Kulis. Death and Ontology; E. Szumakowicz. Sein als 'Position' und Ereignis – Kants These über das Sein und Heidegger; T. Shikaya. Section IV: The Spirit of Creativity Soaring Towards the Sense of Beauty and Transcendence. Chinese Gardens: The Relation of Man to Nature in Seventeenth-Century French Culture; M. Kronegger. Life: The True, The Good, and The Beautiful. A Comparative Study of Greek and Pre-Qin Philosophies; L. Qingping. Towards an Aesthetics of Nature: Merleau-Ponty's Embodied Ontology; M. Van den Bossche. Ontology and Poetry (The Principles of Being of Creation); I.S. Fiut. Heaven's Angels with Grinding Organs: John Ruskin's Idea of Life; E. Supinska-Polit. Phenomenology and the Cubist Space; Z. Majewska. Du mortel à l'impossible éternel: La transcendence de la mort; J. Sivak. Section V: Time, World, and Hermeneutics. The Phenomenon of the Future as it was Constituted by Kierkegaard, Husserl and Heidegger; C. Bjurvill. Time as Viewed by Husserl and Heidegger; A. Pawliszyn. Postmodernism is Existential Phenomenology; J.I. Unah. Postmodernism as a Completion of Phenomenology and Hermeneutics; P. Gulda. The Human Being in the Liberal-Democratic Epoch; T. Buksinski. Six Para-Philosophical Exercises in Latvian Euro(onto)poiesis; A. Zunde. Appendix. Index of names.