Part One: Bringing Forth Some Basic Points of Human Creativity. Road-Signs to `Creativity'; J.J. Venter. How I Went Up to Image Phenomenology and Came Down Entangled...; P. Trutty-Coohill. Art as Moral Gamble: Phenomenological Aspects of Creative Responsibility.; S. Magala. The Creative Virtuality of Negritude in Brazilian Literature; N. Campi de Castro. Being and the Creative Power of Language (the Late Heidegger); A. Pigalev. Part Two: Experience, Judgement, Imagination, Emotion. Beyond Semiological Reductionism: Transcendental Philosophy and Transcendence; M.C. Dillon. From Experience to Judgment in the Aftermath of Postmodern Critique; C.O. Schrag. Transversal Rationality, Rhetoric, and the Imagination: Probability and Contingency in Experience and Judgment; R.E. Ramsey. Poetry and Emotion: Psychoanalysis and the Ontology of Lyric; W. Salomon. Landscape and Alienation in the Late Nineteenth Century; M. Facos. The Unbearable Lightness of Sacrifice; A. Cristian. Part Three: Infusion of the Aesthetic Sense into Human Experience. Telling Stories; L. Kimmel. Considering Die and Death: Heidegger's Reinterpretation of Husserl's Concept of Truth as the Concept of `Care'; A.C. Canan. The Phenomenological Motives of Heidegger's and Gadamer's Hermeneutics of the Literary Text; S. Tawfik. Language and Experience: On the Subject and Method of Roman Ingarden's Philosophy of Literature.; D. Ulicka. A Hermeneutic Inquiry into Heidegger's Gelassenheit: Thought through Beckett's Waiting for Godot; G. McNeely. Can Women Reign? Schiller's Maria Stuart and the Nemesis.; W.Wittkowski. Part Four: Fine Arts and the Conveying of the Aesthetic Experience. Phenomenological Aesthetics and the Contemporary Arts; M. Pastragus. The Artistic, the Aesthetic and the Function of Art: What Is an Artwork Supposed to Be Appreciated For? Ynhui Park. Reveries on Aesthetics; A.J. Svedlow. Musical and Visual Encounters: An Investigation of the Aesthetic Experience; R. Gangi. Part Five: The Education of the Eye and the Experience of Art. The Education of the Eye and the Experience of Art in Renaissance Italy; A. Bolland. Cutting the Line: The Late Works of Matisse Discussed from a Merleau-Pontean Perspective; J. Andrews. The Advent of the Modern Child and Student: Francois Bonvin's Seated Boy with a Portfolio; J. Miller. Fashion, Commercial Culture and the Femme Fatale: Development of a Feminine Icon in the French Popular Press; E.K. Menon. Index of Names.