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During its century-long unfolding, spreading in numerous directions, Husserlian phenomenology while loosening inner articulations, has nevertheless maintained a somewhat consistent profile. As we see in this collection, the numerous conceptions and theories advanced in the various phases of reinterpretations have remained identifiable with phenomenology.
What conveys this consistency in virtue of which innumerable types of inquiry-scientific, social, artistic, literary – may consider themselves phenomenological?
Is it not the quintessence of the phenomenological quest, namely our seeking to reach the very foundations of reality at all its constitutive levels by pursuing its logos? Inquiring into the logos of the phenomenological quest we discover, indeed, all the main constitutive spheres of reality and of the human subject involved in it, and concurrently, the logos itself comes to light in the radiation of its force (Tymieniecka).
Content Level »Research
Keywords »Edmund Husserl - Jean-Paul Sartre - Martin Heidegger - Maurice Merleau-Ponty - René Descartes - body - concept - experience - hermeneutics - idea - imagination - knowledge - mind - object - phenomenology
Thematic Introduction.- Anna-Teresa Tymieniecka: The Logos of Phenomenology and Phenomenology of the Logos.- Critique of Reason.- Arion Kelkel: Phenomenologie Transcendentale et Critique de la Raison. Theorique, Pratique, et Axiologique.- Mafalda De Faria Blanc: The Phenomenology and the Hermeneutic of Traditions.- Grahame Lock: Some Comments on Analytic Philosophy and Phenomenology.- Manuel Bremer: Lessons from Sartre fro the Analytic Philosophy of Mind.- Nancy Mardas: A New Copernican Revolution: Moving Beyond the Epoche to a New Critique of Reason: Tymieniecka and the Role of Creative Imagination.- Ontological Perspectives of Classic Phenomenology in Their Present Day Interpretation.- Anatoly F. Zotov: Ontological Intentions of Twentieth-Century Transcendentalism.- Nikolay Milkov: The Formal Theory of Everything: Exploration of Husserl's Theory of Manifolds.- Piotr Blaszcyk: On the Mode of Existence of the Real Numbers.- Jesús Adrían Escudero: Hermeneutische versus Tranzendentale Phänomenlogie.- David Grünberg: On the Ontological Structure of Husserl's Perceptual Noema and the Object of Perception.- Peter Abumhenre Egbe: The Phenomenological Approach to Ontology in the Argument of Anna-Teresa Tymieniecka: Differentiation and Unity as Dynamism of Logos and Life.- Criteria of Validity in Transformation: Evidence, Certainty.- Jorge García-Gómez: Descartes and Orgeta on the Fate of Indubitable Knowledge.- Helena de Preester and Gertrudis van de Vijver: Evidence and Structure: Perspectives on the Metaphysics of Presence and Non-Presence.- Jonathan Lahey Dronsfield: The Resistance of the Question to Phenomenological Reduction: Husserl, Fink and the Adequacy of Sixth Cartesian Meditation as a Response to Heidegger.- Filip Kolen: An Interpretation of Husserl's Concept of Constitution in Terms of Symmetry.- Tze-Wan Kwan: Hegelian and Heideggerian Tautologies.- Epocheand Reduction Today.- Dasuke Kamei: The Problem of the ‘Idea’ in Derrida’s The Problem of Genesis.- Luca Vanzago: Body or Flesh? The Problem of Phenomenological Reduction in Merleau-Ponty’s Philosophical Development.- Cezary Józef Olbromski: Conception of Time in Husserl's Social Worlds – Modern Perspective of Metaxy.- Gary Backhaus: Alfred Schutz’s Critical Analysis of Husserl’s Transcendental Phenomenology.- Kristana Arp: The Joys of Disclosure: Simone de Beauvoir and the Phenomenological Tradition.- The Sensible and The Idea.- Wayne J. Froman: Merleau-Ponty on the Relation between Logos Prophorikos and the Logos Endiathetos.- Leonard Lawlor: A Miniscule Hiatus: Foucault’s Critique of the Concept of Lived-Experience (Vécu).- Luca Vanzago: The Invisible and the Unpresentable. The Role of Metaphor in Merleau-Ponty’s Last Writings.- Index of Names.- Appendix/ The Program of the Oxford Third World Congress.