"Phänomenologie" bezeichnet eine an der Jahrhundertwende in der Philosophie zum Durchbruch gekommene neuartige deskriptive Methode und eine aus ihr hervorgegangene apriorische Wissenschaft, welche dazu bestimmt ist, das prinzipielle Organon für eine streng wissenschaftliche Philosophie zu liefern

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22 Sierpień 2016

Special Issue of the Horizon. Studies in Phenomenology released

The latest issue of the "Horiozn. Studies in Phenomenology" is released. The issue is dedicated to the issue of the phenomenological movement from Central and Eastern Europe, and prestents both historical and systematical perspectives. The issue includes 12 original contributions, 2 traslations with commentaries, and a short report from the International Conference on "Horizons Beyond Borders" that held in Budapest in June 17-19, 2015. The contents include: 

I. Beyond Politics
George Heffernan — Heidegger’s Critique of Husserl in His Black Notebooks

Mihály Vajda — Wie ich aus der Minderjährigkeit des Marxismus mit der Hilfe der Phänomenologie herauswuchs?

Francesco Tava — Lifeworld, Civilisation, System: Patočka and Habermas on Europe and its Crisis

Wing-Keung CHIK — Truth, Responsibility and Political: The Philosophical-Political Meaning of Responsibility of Living in Truth

II. Contributions on László Tengelyi
Inga Römer — From Kant to the Problem of Phenomenological Metaphysics. In memory of László Tengelyi

Irene Breuer — Faktizität, Notwendigkeit und Zufälligkeit bei Aristoteles und Husserl

Bence Marosan — Transzendentale Anthropologie. Sinnbildung, persönliches Ich und Selbstidentität bei Edmund Husserl und ihre Rezeption in László Tengelyis phänomenologischen Metaphysik

III. Ethics, Axiology, and Logic

Petr Urban — Foregrounding the Relational Domain – Phenomenology, Enactivism and Care Ethics

Mikhail Khorkov — Phänomenologie an der Grenze: Zur Geschichte der Rezeption und Vermittlung der Axiologie Max Schelers in den Werken von Tadeusz H. Czeżowski (1889-1981) und Larissa A. Chuhina (1913-2002). Eine Forschungsnotiz

Vedran Grahovac — The persistence of self-enclosure in the whole-part relationship: the case of Husserl’s Third Logical Investigaton and Kracauer’s essay “The Mass Ornament”

IV. Phenomenology and Aesthetics 

Jaroslava Vydrová — The Intertwining of Phenomenology and Cubism—in the analyses and works of art of Czech artists and theoreticians

Jan Josl — The End of Art and Patocka’s Philosophy of Art

From the Introduction:

Today phenomenology in this part of the world is vital, though unexplored. Ofcourse, many phenomenologists from Central and Eastern Europe participate in globalexchange of ideas, and take part in international discussions. Indeed, the process ofglobalization made the phenomenological movement more unified than ever. However,there was no opportunity to show a unique character, and an original contributionof Central and Eastern European phenomenology to contemporary debates. In thiscontext, the issue of the «Horizon. Studies in Phenomenology» seems to be a significantcontribution to our understanding what phenomenology in this part of the world was,is, and can be in the future. I believe that the issue enables a reader to see the pluralityof the phenomenological heritage, as well as further perspectives of phenomenology inCentral and Eastern Europe.

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