Ontopoietic Expansion in Human Self-Interpretation-in-Existence

Ontopoietic Expansion in Human Self-Interpretation-in-Existence : The I and the Other in their Creative Spacing of the Societal Circuits of Life Phenomenology of Life and the Human Creative Condition (Book III)

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The societal web of life is underpinned by one concept - that of Self and Other - which emerged earlier in this century. The concept has received a new formulation within the field of the phenomenology of life and the human creative condition, finding a foothold, a point of reference that radiates novel, seminal insights. It is nothing other than the creative fulcrum of human functioning. The self-individualisation of the human being, as revealed in the present collection, is existentially and vitally intertwined with that of the Other.
Tymieniecka's seminal idea of the `trans-actional' is explored in this collection of essays, which reveals a variety of significant perspectives, weaving the cycles of the human universe of existence in an essential oscillation between the Self and the Other. In this oscillation we throw out our existential tentacles, trying to gain a living space with respect to each other, all the while engaging in a mutual creative prompting and attunement.
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Product details

  • Hardback | 417 pages
  • 157.48 x 223.52 x 35.56mm | 725.74g
  • Dordrecht, Netherlands
  • English
  • Large type / large print
  • 1998 ed.
  • XIII, 417 p.
  • 0792344626
  • 9780792344629

Table of contents

The Theme. Part One: The Space Between the Self and the Other. The Space of the Other; A. Dominguez Rey. A Brief Reflection on Love and the Constitution of the Other; K. Rokstad. El Ser del Si Mismo como Alteridad y Participacion en Paul Ricoeur; H. Rodriguez Pineiro. Part Two: Human Interpretation-In-Existence: Constitutive Oscillating Between the `Self' and the `Other'. The Dialectic of Self; K. Haney. The Practical Self: A Test Case for Foucault; A.-M. Bowery. Mirror, Mirror... Who is the Real Self? R. Langley. The `Madman' and the Dreamer: Towards an Aesthetic Approach to the Other; L. Sundararajan. Part Three: The Trans-Actional Weaving of the Human World of Existence. The Phenomenology of Intersubjectivity; K. Oliver. Life, Spirit, Work: Notes on Erkenntnis und Arbeit by Max Scheler; D. Verducci. Intersubjectivity: From Phenomenology to Ethnomethodology; F.R. Bornaetxea. Intersubjectivity and the Internet; C. Nagel. Part Four: The Sense of Citizenship, Polis, Rights in the Moral Interplay Between the Self and Others. Human Rights and Phenomenology; M. Galan-Juarez. Derechos Humanos y Condicion Humana: Notas sobre `Maneras de Pensar' la Fundamentacian de los Derechos del Hombre; G. Gonzalez R. Arnaiz. Principles of Nature, Human Association and the Politics of Equality: Systematic Thought in l'Encyclopedie; O.W. Holmes. Discerning Husserl's Philosophy in Havel's Proposals; W.H. Capps. Part Five: The Classic Phenomenological Thinkers Converging Toward the Human Life Perspective. Scheler's Perspectivism and Life; R. Sweeney. Max Scheler: AnAphorism of Import; M.S. Frings. Theodor Celms: Forerunner of the Phenomenology of Life; M. K le. Heidegger's Phenomenological Orientation; J.I. Unah. Notes About the Phenomenology of Jose Gaos; A. Zirion Quijano. La Fenomenologia en Latinoamerica; A. Rosales. Part Six: Ortega y Gasset's Philosophy of Human Spirit and Culture. Culture and Life Orientation in Ortega y Gasset; M. del Carmen Paredes-Martin. The Evolution of Phenomenology: Ortega, Heidegger, and the Analytical Versus Empirical Distinction in Maris; H. Raley. Doing, the Common Root of `Ethics' and `Metaphysics' in the Philosophy of Jose Ortega y Gasset; F.J. Massa Rincon. The Husserl Dictionary and the Guide for Translating Husserl into Spanish; A. Zirion Quijano. Index of Names.
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