Volume 201 2012

Life, Subjectivity & Art

Essays in Honor of Rudolf Bernet

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ISBN: 978-94-007-2210-1 (Print) 978-94-007-2211-8 (Online)

Table of contents (21 chapters)

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  1. Front Matter

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    How Aristotle and Husserl Differ on First Philosophy

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    Pages 29-49

    Gemaltes Erscheinen – von Giotto zu Cézanne

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    Pages 51-99

    Husserls deskriptive Erforschung der Gefühlserlebnisse

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    Sprache und Heimat Zu Arnold Stadlers Heidegger-Lektüre

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    Pages 123-143

    Verstehendes Leben

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    Pages 145-156

    Sichtbar verständliche Dinge

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    Pages 157-194

    Le domaine de la vérité

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    Pages 195-216

    Freiheit und Endlichkeit Cassirer, Heidegger und Kant

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    Pages 217-254

    Empathy and mirroring: Husserl and Gallese

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    Pages 255-276

    Soziale und individuelle Aspekte produktiven und kreativen Handelns

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    Pages 277-302

    Ego and Arch-Ego in Husserlian Phenomenology

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    Pages 303-323

    Silhouette & Manipulation

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    Pages 325-342

    Le problème de la réalité

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    Pages 343-375

    Statut et origine de la négation

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    Pages 377-403

    Transcendance et inconditionnement

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    Pages 405-428

    The Institutional Life

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    Pages 429-443

    The Role of Interpretation in the Phenomenological Approach to the Other

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    Pages 445-455

    The Letter and the Soil. Why Humanity is not a Forest

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    Pages 457-479

    The Third Life of Subjectivity: Towards a Phenomenology of Dreaming

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    Pages 481-511

    Moral life in times of loneliness. Does the notion of double conscience illuminate Lacan’s understanding of moral sensibility?

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