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Philosophy - Philosophical Traditions | Phenomenology and the Human Positioning in the Cosmos - The Life-world, Nature, Earth: Book Two

Phenomenology and the Human Positioning in the Cosmos

The Life-world, Nature, Earth: Book Two

Tymieniecka, Anna-Teresa (Ed.)

2013, X, 406 p.

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  • This collection centers upon transformation of the principle perspective from consciousness till cosmic conditioning
  • Focuses on the ontopoiesis of life reaching the primogenital plain of full-fledged becoming
  • Enters into the cosmic horizons of beingness​
The classic conception of human transcendental consciousness assumes its self-supporting existential status within the horizon of life-world, nature and earth.  Yet this assumed absoluteness does not entail the nature of its powers, neither their constitutive force.  This latter call for an existential source reaching beyond the generative life-world network.  Transcendental consciousness, having lost its absolute status (its point of reference) it is the role of the logos to lay down the harmonious positioning in the cosmic sphere of the all, establishing an original foundation of phenomenology in the primogenital ontopoiesis of life. ​

Content Level » Research

Keywords » cosmic matrix - human positioning in the cosmos - nature and cosmos - phenomenological research - phenomenology and life-world - transcendental consciousness

Related subjects » Epistemology & Philosophy of Science - Philosophical Traditions - Philosophy

Table of contents 

SECTION  I.- Modern Eco-philosophy and Phenomenology of Life on Human Positioning in the Cosmos: A-T. Tymieniecka and Henryk Skolimowski in Comparison; Jan Szmyd.- The Human Position After Darwin's Theory.  Philosophical and Theological Implications; Roberto Verolini and Fabio Petrelli.- Nature and Cosmos in a Phenomenological Elucidation; Konrad Rokstad.- The Cosmic Matrix: Revisiting the Notion of the World Horizon; Tonu Viik.- SECTION II.- Interpretations of Suffering in Phenomenology of Life and Today’s Life-World; Maija Kule.- The Idea of Well-Being in Husserl and Aristotle; Susi Ferrarello.- Heidegger on the Poietic Truth of Being; Gulsah Namli.- The Later Wittengenstein on Certainty; Aydan Turanli.- SECTION III.- The Primal Child of Nature -- Towards a Systematic Theory of Eco-Phenomenology; Bence Peter Marosan.- The Truth in Heidegger:  An Analysis of Martin Heidegger’s Philosophy of Art as it Appears in the Ursprung des Kunstwerkes from the perspective of Sein und Zeit; Simen Oyen.- Creation and Construction of the Knowledge in Learning-Teaching Process; Klymet Selvi.- Questioning Husserl's Conception of an 'Primal Endowment' (Ur-stiftung) and Heidegger's Concept of Enowing (Ereignis); Eveline Cioflec.- SECTION IV.- Places, Spaces, Meaning - Experienced by Three Australian Walks; Lena Hopsch and Steven Fleming.- Phenomenology of the Management as the Eco-Empathic Leadership; Bronislaw Bombala.- Human Development between Imaginative Freedom and Vital Constraints on the Light of Quantum Phenomenology;           Mamuka G. Dolidze.- Nothing is Without Reason: Climate Change and the Planetary Future as Saturated Phenomena; Wendy Wiseman.- SECTION V.- The Truth of the Work of Art: Heidegger and Gadamer; Mara Stafecka.-Nietzsche and Merleau-Ponty: The Sense of the Earth and the Earth of Sense; Ammar Zeifa.- Towards the Metaphysics of Humor and Laughter; Anna Malecka.- The Human Being in Cosmos in Meister Eckhart's Thought - Being Everything Through Reason; Ilona Kock.- SECTION VI.- Edmund Husserl on Tradition; Andrea Carroccio.- Dealing With the Wasteland.  Jozef Tischner's Concept of Earth; Piotr Popiolek.- Duality:  The Ultimate Phenomenon of the Universe As Revealed in Recent Scientific Discoveries; Tsung-I Dow.- Can Transcendental Self be made Transparent?; Kalpataru Kunungo.- La pensée libre d'Averroès; Angele Kremer Marietti.-INDEX OF NAMES.- PROGRAM FROM THE 61ST INTERNATIONAL CONGRESS OF   PHENOMENOLOGY: PHENOMENOLOGY AND THE HUMAN  POSITIONING IN THE COSMOS – THE LIFE-WORLD, NATURE, EARTH -, HELD IN ISTANBUL, TURKEY, 2011​.

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