Phenomenology of Life - From the Animal Soul to the Human Mind - Tymieniecka, Anna-Teresa (ed.)
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The challenge presented by the recent tendencies to "naturalize" phenomenology, on the basis of the progress in biological and neurological sciences, calls for an investigation of the traditional mind-body problem. The progress in phenomenological investigation is up to answering that challenge by placing the issues at stake upon a novel platform, that is the ontopoiesis of life.…mehr

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The challenge presented by the recent tendencies to "naturalize" phenomenology, on the basis of the progress in biological and neurological sciences, calls for an investigation of the traditional mind-body problem. The progress in phenomenological investigation is up to answering that challenge by placing the issues at stake upon a novel platform, that is the ontopoiesis of life.
  • Produktdetails
  • Analecta Husserliana 94
  • Verlag: Springer Netherlands
  • Artikelnr. des Verlages: 11784685, 11784685.
  • 2007
  • Seitenzahl: 580
  • Erscheinungstermin: 23. August 2007
  • Englisch
  • Abmessung: 241mm x 160mm x 36mm
  • Gewicht: 1014g
  • ISBN-13: 9781402051814
  • ISBN-10: 1402051816
  • Artikelnr.: 22073900
Autorenporträt
Anna-Teresa Tymieniecka, The World Institute for Advanced Phemomenological Research and Learning, Hanover, NH, USA
Inhaltsangabe
ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS. THE THEMATIC STUDY. Creative Imagination in the Converting of Life's Sensibilities into Full Human Experience; A.T-. Tymieniecka
1. SPHERES OF THE HUMAN SOUL. 1.1 Phenomenological Hyletics: The Animal, The Human, The Divine; A. A. Bello. 1.2 Passivity and Fundamental ife's Experience in Michel Henry's Thought; S.Z. de Azevedo. 1.3 Alterity, Art, and the Language of the Soul; B. Grassom. 1.4 Ontopoiesis and Spiritual Emergence: Bridging Tymieniecka's Phenomenology of Life and Transpersonal Psychology; O. Louchakova. 1.5 The Theory of the Passions in the Sermons of Antônio Vieira S.J. (1608-1697): A Phenomenological Reading; M.L. Fernandes. 1.6 Phenomenology: The Return to the Living Soul; O. Shkubulyani. 1.7 The Transpersonal Psycho-Phenomenology of Self & Soul: Meditators and Multiples Speak; A.L. Miller. 2. SCIENCE AS THE HUMAN PHENOMENON. 2.1 Science and the Human Phenomenon: Markings From a Cosmic Orphan; L. Zonneveld. 2.2 Consciousness in the Perspective of Evolution; I.S. Fiut. 2.3 The Constitution of Biological Objects of Inquiry from the Viewpoint of Hermeneutic Phenomenology; D. Ginev. 2.4 Biological Function Without Natural Design; A. Sol.
2.5 Artificial Intelligence: The Role of Phenomenology in the Organization of Interdisciplinary Researches; A. Zotov. 3. MIND/BODY REVISITED. 3.1 Soul and Body in the Phenomenological Context; S Khalilov. 3.2 Epistemological Questions Concerning the In-Depth Body and the Coming about of the Ego; H. de Preester.
3.4 E. Husserl's Phenomenology on the Universal Life of Consciousness in Reflection and in Time; A. Kouzmin. 3.5 Husserl's Transcendental Phenomenology and the Mind-Body Problem; D. Grünberg. 3.6 Origins of Consciousness andConscious (Free) Intention from the Viewpoint of Rudolf Steiner's Spiritual Science (Anthroposophy) in Relation to Husserl's Transcendental Reduction; M.B. Majorek. 3.7 The Concept of Human Soul/Mind in the Light of the Evolutionist Theory of Knowledge: Scientific Epistemological Aspects and Metaphysical Implications; R. Verolini. 4. THE ROLE OF HUMAN EMPATHY IN COMMUNICATION. 4.1 The Meaning of Empathic Understanding in Human Inquiry; A. Smaling. 4.2 Scientific Analysis of the Body and the Interaction of Minds; H. Turan. 4.3 'To Communicate with a Gnat": Eperience and Communication Within the Context of Life-World; E. Buceniece. 4.4 Albert Camus: The Awareness of Extraneousness; M.M. Ligozzi. 5. THE HUMAN SELF. 5.1 Descartes, Hume, Kant and Diderot: The Interconnectedness of the Self and Nature; O.W. Holmes. 5.2 To Dive Back in the Flux of Life: William James's Critique of Intellectualism, V. Vevere. 5.3 The Social Construction of the Self: Contribution of Social Phenomenology; N. Smirnova.5.4 The Category of the (Non-) Temporal in Philosophy of the 'Late' Husserl; C.J. Olbromski. 5.5 Ingmar Bergman's Projected Self: From W. A. Mozart's Die Zauberflöte to Vargtimmen; E.J. Burns. 6. MIND, LANGUAGE, WORLD. 6.1 On the Interface Between Minds and Concepts; S. Akinçi. 6.2 Mind and Ontology. Ingarden's Phenomenology and Mahayana Philosophy as Opposed Ways of Approach to Reality; W. Kurpiewski.6.3 Deconstruction of the Logocenter of all Grounds Constructed by Language Habits. Language-Game the Surroundings of which is Everywhere, the Center of which is Nowhere; E. Sezgin. 6.4 Symbolical Forms and Their Role in an Anthropological Analysis. Ernst Cassirer's Conception of the Human World; P. Mróz, M.