"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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Fenomenologia Vol. 13 on the problem of the world released

The newest “Fenomenologia”, vol. 13 is released. The volume contains texts in English, German, and Polish dedicated to a wide scope of the phenomenological investigations. The leading topic of the volume is the question: “Do we really live in One World?”. As Andrzej Przyłębski emphasizes in the introductory paper, this part of the volume is connected with the International Conference “Leben wir alle in Einer Welt? / Do we really live in One World?” that took place in Poznań at the Adam Mickiewicz University, 3-5 October, 2013.

It is obvious that the problem of the world is one of the main problems of both phenomenology and hermeneutics. One can even claim that hermeneutics was inspired by the discussion with the phenomenological notion of the world. The world seems to be a universal horizon of constitution, but at the same time it seems that the world is also a constituted object. However, how is this double relation possible at all? How is the world understood within the phenomenological, as well as the hermeneutical philosophy? Can we still regard the heritage of both traditions as important for contemporary reflection? What is the relation between the world and culture? But if the world is the object of intentional acts, is there indeed One world, or rather one shall accept the thesis about a plurality of worlds? All these questions define a theoretical scope of the vol. 13 of “Fenomenologia.”

The contents include 11 studies dedicated to the main topic of the volume, and 2 general studies in phenomenology of Michel Henry and Paul Ricoeur. The complete contents include:

Jeremy H. Smith – Michel Henry’s Phenomenological Christology: From Transcendentalism to the Gospel of John

Piotr Karpiński – Cielesność podmiotu jako doświadczenie pasywności w filozofii Paula Ricoeura

Do we really live in One World?/Leben wir in Einer Welt?

Andrzej Przyłębski – Leben wir wirklich in Einer Welt? Zur Weltauffassung in Philosophie und Kulturanthropologie

Günter Abel – Interpretationswelten. Direkte und abgeleitete Wirklichkeiten

Mirosław Kocur – Performing Our Worlds

Paweł Dybel – Das „Mehr” der Welt

Juan J. Padial – Umwelt and Innenwelt in Hegel’s Philosophy of Subjective Spirit

Piotr Dehnel – To What Extent Was the Early Wittgenstein a Solipsist?

Alejandro Rojas Jiménez – Von der Unheimlichkeit und der Auffassung der Welt in der Spätphilosophie Heideggers

Kolyo Koev – The World as a Local Affair: Toward the Logic of Situated Practices

Marcin Moskalewicz – Plurality of Worlds, Collectivity of Madness. The Perspective of Phenomenological Psychiatry

Jaromir Brejdak – Welten des Nichts. Der Weltbegriff in der philosophischen Anthropologie Max Schelers

 Mirko Wischke – Säkularisierung: ein Paradigma der Moderne?

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