Volume 90 2006

Logos of Phenomenology and Phenomenology of the Logos. Book Three

Logos of History - Logos of Life. Historicity, Time, Nature, Communication, Consciousness, Alterity, Culture

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ISBN: 978-1-4020-3717-7 (Print) 978-1-4020-3718-4 (Online)

Table of contents (31 chapters)

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  1. Toward Phenomenology of History

    1. Front Matter

      Pages 1-1

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      Pages 3-26

      Phenomenological History and Phenomenological Historiography

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      Pages 27-43

      Phenomenology and the Challenge of History

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      Pages 45-64

      Phenomenology, History and Historicity in Karl Jaspers’ Philosophy

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      Pages 65-77

      Does History Have a Purpose?; History Theory of Merleau-Ponty in the Latter Half of the 1940S

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      Pages 79-90

      History as the Unveiling of the Telos. the Husserlian Critique of the Wel Tanschauungen

  2. Time, Consciousness, Historicity

    1. Front Matter

      Pages 91-91

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      Pages 93-115

      Husserl and Bergson on Time and Consciousness

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      Pages 117-146

      The Historicity of Nature

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      Pages 147-175

      The Enlightenment and Early Romantic Concepts of Nature and the Self

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      Pages 177-193

      Inhabited Time: Couperin’ Passacaille

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      Pages 195-222

      Social Imagination and History in Paul Ricoeur

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      Pages 223-236

      Anxiety and Time in the Hermeneutic Phenomenology of Heidegger

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      Pages 237-249

      Principle of Historicity in the Phenomenology of Life

  3. Time, Alerity and Subjectivity: Reflections on the Philosophy of Emmanuel Levinas

    1. Front Matter

      Pages 251-251

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      Pages 253-269

      Emmanuel Levinas and the Deformalization of Time

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      Pages 271-281

      Emmanuel Levinas: Non-Intentional Consciousness and the Status of Representational Thinking

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      Pages 283-301

      The Phenomenology of Time in the Philosophy of Levinas: Temporality and Otherness in the Hebraic Tradition

  4. Time-Space and the Worlds, External and Internal

    1. Front Matter

      Pages 303-303

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      Pages 305-315

      Lifeworld Between Scientific and Cultural Experience: On “European Crisis”

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      Pages 317-326

      Time, Space and the Individual Being in the Internal and External Worlds During the Lifecourse

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      Pages 327-328

      Space Travel: When “Space” is a Metaphor

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      Pages 329-338

      Phenomenology of Life of Anna-Teresa Tymieniecka and Some Issues of Contemporary Georgian Philosophy

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      Pages 339-352

      The Philosophical Sense is the Mature Sense — Husserl’s Reflection on the Measure of Philosophy

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