Husserlian Phenomenology in a New Key

Husserlian Phenomenology in a New Key : Intersubjectivity, Ethos, the Societal Sphere, Human Encounter, Pathos Book 2 Phenomenology in the World Fifty Years after the Death of Edmund Husserl

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Fifty years after the death of Edmund Husserl, the main founder of the phenomenological current of thought, we present to the public a four book collection showing in an unprecedented way how Husserl's aspiration to inspire the entire universe of knowledge and scholarship has now been realized. These volumes display for the first time the astounding expansion of phenomenological philosophy throughout the world and the enormous wealth and variety of ideas, insights, and approaches it has inspired. The basic commitment to phenomenological concerns found in all this variety makes this collection a most signifi- cant historical document. This second volume of the collection bears witness to a deliberate shift of attention from the earlier to the later phase of Husserl's reflections. We see how his issues - intersubjectivity, ethics, human encounter, the societal world, empathy, the sphere of the self, and the surpassing of dichotomies (bodylpsyche, etc.) - are now at the center of attention in the human sciences. Among the authors are H. Tellenbach, A. Rigobello, C. Balzer, C. Bjurvill, V. Molchanov, E. Syristova, O. Balaban, R. Boehm, M. Sancipriano, O. M. Anwar, Y. Okamoto, B.
Holyst, T. Sodeika, and M. De Negri. The studies were gathered at the programs held by The World Institute for Advanced Phenomenological Research and Learning in the commemorative year 1988/1989, chiefly at the First World Congress of Phenomenology at Santiago de Compos tela, Spain, with the aim of assessing the current state of phenomenology. A-T. T.
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  • Hardback | 507 pages
  • 155 x 235 x 34.29mm | 2,040g
  • Dordrecht, Netherlands
  • English
  • 1991 ed.
  • XXIII, 507 p.
  • 0792311469
  • 9780792311461

Table of contents

One The Foundation of Intersubjectivity.- Inter subjectivity As the Starting Point.- Les Sources de la Vie morale.- The Logical Space of Morality: A Possible Theory for the Foundation of Moral Values.- Phenomenology and the Beginnings of the Moral Problem (Dilthey - Brentano - Husserl).- Phenomenology As the Reawakening of the Platonic Philosophical Ethos.- La Nocion de Valor en la Escuela fenomenologica.- Phanomene einer Ethik.- Responsibility As the Principle of Individuality: An Alternative to Husserl's Theory of Intuition.- The Topicality of Husserl's Ethical Anti-relativism.- Two Foundations of Morality and the Societal World.- Vom Sozialen Verantwortungsapriori im Sozialphanomenologischen Denken Edmund Husserls.- Le Phenomenal et le Politique.- Phenomenology, the Moral Sense, and the Meaning of Life: Some Comments of the Philosophy of Edmund Husserl and A-T. Tymieniecka.- La Actitud Natural y las Realidades Alternas.- Husserl's Influence on Sociology: A Study of Schutz's Phenomenology.- La Chair de la Communaute.- The Historic Horizons of Meaning in the Japanese Social World.- Three The Human Encounter, the Sphere of One's Own, Empathy.- Analysis of the Nature of Human Encounter in a Healthy and in a Psychotic State.- A Variation on "Reduction Within Reduction": "Interior Extraneity".- The Empathy Problem in Edith Stein.- The Influence of Husserl in the Pedagogical Debate.- Four Beyond Dichotomies in Phenomenological Anthropology: Body, Life-World, New Approaches.- The Human Condition Within the Unity-of-Everything-There-is-Alive - A Challenge to Philosophical Anthropologies.- Toward an Open Anthropology: Developing Merleau-Ponty's Phenomenology.- The Philosophy of the Body.- Corporalidad.- The "Lebenswelt" and the Meaning of Philosophy.- Science and Dialectics in a Phenomenological Anthropology.- Towards a Phenomenological Methodology for Anthropology.- Strict Science and Lebenswelt in Husserl's Phenomenology.- A Problem in the Phenomenology of Action: Are There Unintentional Actions.- Five The Human Being: The Psychological, Psychiatric, Analytic, and Therapeutic Breakthroughs of Phenomenology.- Phenomenological Perspectives in Developmental Psychiatry.- Phenomenology in General Psychopathology and Psychiatry.- On the Possible Relationship Between Phenomenology and Psychoanalysis.- A Ballad on Laughter.- Phenomenological Hermeneutics of the Therapeutic Discourse.- A Phenomenological Approach to the Unconscious.- La Responsabilidad del Orientador en el Desarrolo de la Autoestima.- Existence and Guilt: A Discourse on Origins in Phenomenology.- Index of Names.
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