Phenomenology on Kant, German Idealism, Hermeneutics and Logic

Phenomenology on Kant, German Idealism, Hermeneutics and Logic : Philosophical Essays in Honor of Thomas M. Seebohm

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Joseph 1. Kockelmans Pennsylvania State University In July of 1999, Prof. Dr. Thomas M. Seebohm turned 65 years old, and thus en- tered mandatory retirement. His friends, colleagues, and former students thought that it would be fitting to celebrate the event of his retirement with a volume of essays in his honor, in order to render homage to a great human being, an outstanding and dedicated teacher, a highly regarded philosopher and scholar, but above all a dear friend and colleague. When the editors thought about a unifying theme for the anthology, they finally settled on the research interests of Professor Seebohm; in their view the vast do- main of his competence and interests would leave all participants the freedom to select a topic of their own choice that would nonetheless lie within this large realm as well as within the area of their own research interests. Professor Seebohm's research interests encompass work in Phenomenology, Hermeneutics, German Idealism (Kant in particular), History of Philosophy, Phi- losophy of the formal sciences (of Logic in particular), Philosophy of History, Methodology and Philosophy of the Human Sciences, (including Psychology and Sociology), History of 19th Century British Empiricism (Mill), American Pragma- tism, Analytic Philosophy, Philosophy of Law and Practical Philosophy, the devel- opment of the history of philosophy in Eastern Europe, especially in the Middle Ages, but also in the nineteenth century.
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  • Hardback | 356 pages
  • 154.94 x 236.22 x 27.94mm | 680.39g
  • Dordrecht, Netherlands
  • English
  • 2000 ed.
  • VI, 356 p.
  • 079236290X
  • 9780792362906

Table of contents

Introduction; J.J. Kockelmans. Part One: Transcendental Phenomenology. Zeitlichkeit und Geschichtlichkeit. Zum Problem des prozessualen Apriori bei Edmund Husserl; E.W. Orth. Psychologism, Logic, and Phenomenology; V. Bryushinkin. Subjectivism, Philosophical Reflection and the Husserlian Phenomenological Account of Time; R. Dostal. Phenomenological Ideas in Latvia: Kurt Stavenhagen and Theodor Celms on Husserl's Transcendental Phenomenology; J. Rozenvalds. The Phenomenological Derivation of Oughts and Shalls from Ises or Why it is Right to Take the Stairs; L. Embree. Ten Remarks on Husserl and Phenomenology; G.C. Rota. Part Two: Toward a Philosophy of Logic and Mathematics. Phenomenological-Semantic Investigations into Incompleteness; O.K. Wiegand. Logische Probleme von Identitat und Verschiedenheit: Das Frege-Paradoxon der wahren und Sokrates' Ratsel der falschen Identitatsaussagen; R. Stuhlman-Laeisz. Warum braucht die Logik eine Theorie der Erfahrung? D. Lohmar. Lask's Theory of Judgment; J.N. Mohanty. Interpretations of Modality: Epistemic Logic and Peirce's Logic of Ignorance; R. Muller. Zeno's Paradox for Colours; B. Smith. Aristote, debiteur de Zenon; J. Vuillemin. Part Three: Kant and German Idealism. Kant on Apriority, Syntheticity, and Judgments; H. Robinson. Theorie and Praxis; G. Funke. The Opening Topics of Hegel's System: Indeterminateness, the Not, and Becoming; J.H. Wilkinson. The Problems of Language in German Idealism: An Historical and Conceptual Overview; J.P. Surber. A Bibliography; T.M. Seebohm. Profiles. Name Index.
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