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Phenomenology and Existentialism in the Twentieth Century
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Phenomenology and Existentialism in the Twentieth Century

Book II. Fruition – Cross-Pollination – Dissemination

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978-90-481-2978-2
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Our world’s cultural circles are permeated by the philosophical influences of existentialism and phenomenology. Two contemporary quests to elucidate rationality – took their inspirations from Kierkegaard’s existentialism plumbing the subterranean source of subjective experience and Husserl’s phenomenology focusing on the constitutive aspect of rationality. Yet, both contrary directions mingled readily in common vindication of full reality.

In the inquisitive minds (Scheler, Heidegger, Sartre, Stein, Merleau-Ponty, et al.), a fruitful cross-pollination of insights, ideas, approaches, fused in one powerful wave disseminating throughout all domains of thought.

Existentialist rejection of ratiocination and speculation together with Husserl’s shift to the genesis of rapproches philosophy and literature (Wahl, Marcel, Berdyaev, Wojtyla, Tischner, etc.), while the foundational underpinnings of language (Wittgenstein, Derrida, etc.) opened the "hidden" behind the "veils" (Sezgin and Dominguez-Rey).

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Stichwörter
Albert Camus
Edith Stein
Edmund Husserl
Jacques Derrida
Jean-Paul Sartre
Martin Heidegger
Maurice Merleau-Ponty
Max Scheler
embodiment
experience
flesh
language
life-world
phenomenology
subjectivity
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Research
Inhaltsverzeichnis
Te theme, a-t. tymieniecka: section i.- was merleau-ponty a phenomenologist? some reflections upon the identity of phenomenology, k. rokstad sartre’s postcartesian ontology: on negation and existence, w.d. melaney 'brute being' and hyletic phenomenology: the philosophical legacy of merleau-ponty’s the visible and the invisible, a.a. bello physis and flesh, r. kaushik embodiment and existence merleau-ponty and the limits of naturalism, p. reynaert.- section ii the method of karol wojtyla: a way between phenomenology, personalism and metaphysics, j.m. burgos the role of experience in karol wojtyla’s ethical thought, c.b. gonzález tishcner’s philosophy of drama, l. pyra camus and tischner: in search of absolute love, m. bielawka edith stein and jean-paul sartre: a possible comparison, a-m. pezzella.- section iii the dimension of existence disclosed by unraveling the intentional structure of imagining, e. sezgin henomenological and poetic grounds of linguistics, a.d. reyperception, textual theory and metaphorical language, m. sehdev la phénoménologie et le probleme de l’imagination, b.m. d’ippolito.- section iv merleau-ponty and the eternal return to the life-world. beyond existentialism and phenomenology, a. zeifa is-identity as living identity, a. zukowski, i. ricconi de-situatedness: the subject and its exhaustion of space in gilles deleuze, m-q. ma he post-structural effect on the life-world: re-thinking critical subjectivity and ethics through existential performance and the constitutive power of performativity, b.c. kanouse.- tion v ean wahl, the precursor, a. kremer-marietti albert camus: phenomenology and postmodern thought, i. fiut jan kott and the aesthetics of reception: aspects of an existential theatre, m. chen the existential aspects of the museum at the turn of the century, a. malecka ection vi playing with places: the aesthetic experience of place in a play situation, l. untmythopoetics of stone, k. lehari towards aphenomenology of the instrument-voix, a.r. vitale hors d’oeuvre revisited, m. itkonenconclusion the human telos beyond the instrumental closure. the contribution of phenomenology and existentialism, f. totaro.
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Niederlande
05.11.2009
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