Memory in the Ontopoiesis of Life
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From Aristotle to the present, memory has been grasped as a trace or impression of lost reality - bridging physiological experience and consciousness. Philosophers have vainly sought the nature of this bridge. The present-day physiologizing/naturalizing of consciousness is not resolving their congenital continuity, in which the very existence and practice of life is rooted. We have to change our approach (Erwin Straus). The Aristotelian congenital ties between memory and temporality, acquire crucial significance in our primogenital ontopoiesis of life (Tymieniecka). It reveals memory to be the…mehr

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From Aristotle to the present, memory has been grasped as a trace or impression of lost reality - bridging physiological experience and consciousness. Philosophers have vainly sought the nature of this bridge. The present-day physiologizing/naturalizing of consciousness is not resolving their congenital continuity, in which the very existence and practice of life is rooted. We have to change our approach (Erwin Straus). The Aristotelian congenital ties between memory and temporality, acquire crucial significance in our primogenital ontopoiesis of life (Tymieniecka). It reveals memory to be the factor that carries this coalescence and the becoming of life itself. This can be the fruit only of the generative springs of life, first phenomenology/philosophy, the ontopoietic logos of life. In this collection we explore memory in the constitution of reality: rememorizing and interpretation, consciousness/action, facts/imagination, history/myths, self-realization/metamorphosis.
  • Produktdetails
  • Analecta Husserliana Vol.101
  • Verlag: Springer Netherlands
  • Artikelnr. des Verlages: 12634477
  • Erscheinungstermin: 10. November 2009
  • Englisch
  • Abmessung: 242mm x 166mm x 30mm
  • Gewicht: 633g
  • ISBN-13: 9789048123179
  • ISBN-10: 9048123178
  • Artikelnr.: 25950884
Inhaltsangabe
INAUGURAL STUDY
MEMORY IN THE ONTOPOIETIC GENERATION OF LIFE, Anna-Teresa Tymieniecka
SECTION ONE: MEMORY ALONG LIFE'S GENESIS
MEMORY AND THE MYTH OF PROMETHEUS, Halil Turan
A HISTORY OF THE IDEA OF ORGANIC MEMORY, Erling Eng
MEMORY AND ACTION: THE CONSCIENCE OF TIME IN PERSONAL BECOMING IN BERGSON AND BLONDEL, Clara Mandolini
PHENOMENOLOGY OF LIFE ON MEMORY: REVEALING THE CREATIVE HUMAN CONDITION IN THE MUSIC ART UNIVERSE, Carmen Cozma
SECTION TWO: HUMANIZING NATURE
THE ANTHROPOCENTRIC VERSUS BIOCENTRIC OUTLOOKS ON NATURE, Leszek Pyra
ECOLOGICAL DESIGN AND RETRIEVING THE ENVIRONMENTAL MEANING, Hande Guletekin
PHILOSOPHICAL-HISTORICAL ASPECTS OF LAND RELATIONS (ON EXAMPLE OF RUSSIAN NORTH NATIONS), Tamara Emelyanova
THE PHENOMENON OF THE GAZE, Eldon C. Wait
SECTION THREE: CIPHERING HUMAN EXISTENCE
KIERKEGAARD AND THE PHENOMENOLOGY OF REPETITION IN THE NOUVEAU ROMAN, Isil Ozcan
NOTION OF MEMORY IN PIRANESI; FIREPLACE AS THE SETTING OF A DIONYSIAN PLAY, Gul Kale
THE CATEGORY OF THE IN HUSSERLIAN PHENOMENOLOGY OF TIME - POLEMIC AGAINST DERRIDEAN ANTI-PRESENTIALISM, Cezary J. Olbromski
SMRITIR BYUMIKA (THE ROLE OF MEMORY): SOME MEMORY-RELATED POEMS AND SONGS OF RABINDRANATH, Sitansu Ray
MEMORY AS A CHALLENGE TO HUMAN EXISTENCE - ASPECTS OF TEMPORALITY AND THE ROLE OF MEMORY IN REFERENCE TO GUITTON'S CONCEPT OF TIME, Maciej Kaluza
TIME, MEMORY AND THE MUSICAL PERCEPTION, Kivilcim Yildiz Senurkmez
SECTION FOUR: PLAY OF MEMORY IN SELF-IDENTITY/OTHERNESS
MEMORY, PERSONAL-IDENTITY, AND MORAL RESPONSIBILIT, Ayhan Sol and Gokhan Akbay
MEMORY AS A POSITIVE AND NEGATIVE MOTIVATION COMPONENT IN A PERSON'S ACTIVITY, Ljudmila Nikolayevna Poselskaya'INTERPRETING' THE MODERN TIMES - POSSIBILITIES, LIMITATIONS, SOCIAL AND VITAL FUNCTIONS, Jan Szmyd
THEACTIVITY OF THE SELF-REALIZATION WITHIN THE CONTEXT OF THE FABRICATED IDENTITY OF THE CONSUMER SELF AND ITS TRANSFORMATION, E. Funda Neslioglu
UTILITARIAN-AESTHETIC DYNAMICS OF NATURE, Ludmila Molodkina
SECTION FIVE: MEMORY IN THE CREATIVE ONTOPOIESIS OF LIFE
MEMORY AND CREATIVITY IN THE CONTEXT OF ONTOPOIESIS OF BEINGNESS: A-T. TYMIENIECKA, A. BERGSON AND P. JUREVICS, Elga Freiberga
ABOUT CORRELATION OF MEMORY AND REMEMBRANCE IN THE STRUCTURE OF THE SOUL, Salahaddin Khalilov
THE INTERPLAY OF LIGHT AND DARK, Erkut Sezgin
MEMORY - THE POSSIBILITY OF CREATION IN A LEARNING WORLD - INTERPRETATION, Aleksandra Pawliszyn