PHENOMENOLOGY WORLD-WIDE
Foundations -- Expanding Dynamisms -- Life Engagements
A Guide for Research and Study

Table of Contents

Preface

INTRODUCTION:

PHENOMENOLOGY AS THE INSPIRATIONAL FORCE OF OUR

TIMES: ITS SEMINAL INTUITIONS AND DYNAMIC

By Anna-Teresa Tymieniecka, World Phenomenology Institute, USA

 

PART ONE: LAYING THE FOUNDATIONS OF PHENOMENOLOGY

1) The Nascent Phase

FRANZ BRENTANO, THE GRANDFATHER OF PHENOMENOLOGY AND THE

SPIRIT OF THE TIMES

By Mauro Antonelli, University of Bologna, Italy

THE GENERATIVE PRINCIPLES OF PHENOMENOLOGY, THEIR GENESIS, DEVELOPMENT AND EARLY EXPANSION

By Angela Ales Bello, Italian Phenomenology Center, Rome, Italy

PERSONAL IDENTITY AND THE DEPTH OF THE PERSON, HUSSERL AND THE PHENOMENOLOGICAL CIRCLES OF MUNICH AND GOTTINGEN

By Roberta de Monticelli, University of Geneva, Switzerland

JEAN HERING AND EARLY PHENOMENOLOGICAL ONTOLOGY

By Jacek Surzyn, Slask University, Sosnowiec, Poland

2) Laying the Foundations of Phenomenology

ON HUSSERL'S MATHEMATICAL APPRENTICESHIP AND PHILOSOPHY OF MATHEMATICS

By Claire Ortiz Hill, Paris, France

THE QUESTION OF GRAMMAR IN LOGICAL INVESTIGATIONS, WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO BRENTANO, MARTY, BOLZANO AND LATER DEVELOPMENTS IN LOGIC

By Jocelyn Benoist, Universite de Paris I

HUSSERL AND BOLZANO

By Jocelyn Benoist, University of Paris I, France

HUSSERL'S CONCEPT OF PURE LOGICAL GRAMMAR

By Luis Flores H., Pontifical Catholic University of Chile

EPOCHE: MEANING, OBJECT, AND EXISTENCE IN HUSSERL'S PHENOMENOLOGY

By Oded Balaban, University of Haifa, Israel

HUSSERL'S NOTION OF THE NATURAL ATTITUDE AND THE SHIFT TO TRANSCENDENTAL PHENOMENOLOGY

By Sebastion Luft, Catholic University, Leuven, Belgium

PASSIVITY AS PRE-PREDICATIVE CONSTITUTION IN HUSSERL: STRUCTURE AND DISCUSSION

By Rolf Kuhn and Michael Staudigl, University of Vienna, Austria

FATHOMING THE ABYSS OF TIME: TEMPORALITY AND INTENTIONALITY IN HUSSERL'S PHENOMENOLOGY

By Sonja Rinofner-Kreidl, Karl Franz University, Graz, Austria

THE ROLE OF INTERSUBJECTIVITY AND EMPATHY IN HUSSERL'S FOUNDATIONAL PROJECT

By Kathleen Haney, University of Houston, United States

THE CONCEPT OF LEBENSWELT FROM PHILOSOPHY OF ARITHMETIC TO CRISIS

By Bianca Maria d'Ippolito, University of Naples, Italy

3) The Efflorescence of Phenomenology: Its Classical Representatives

MAX SCHELER AND ETHOS: THE HUMAN BEING IN ACTION AND IN THE COSMOS

By Manfred S. Frings, Editor of Scheler's Nachlass

THE PHILOSOPHY OF ROMAN INGARDEN

By Zofia Majewska, University Marie Curie-Skoldowska, Lublin, Poland

DANUTA GIERULANKA, PHENOMENOLOGY OF MATHEMATICS

By Maria Bielawka, Academia Gorniczo-Hutmicza, Krakow, Poland

ROMAN INGARDEN'S UNIQUE CONCEPTION OF AESTHETIC OBJECTS

By Victor Kocay, St. Francis Xavier University, Antigonish, Nova Scotia, Canada

HEDWIG CONRAD-MARTIUS AND THE PHENOMENOLOGY OF NATURE

By Angela Ales Bello, Italian Phenomenology Center, Rome, Italy

EDITH STEIN'S CONTRIBUTION TO PHENOMENOLOGY

By Angela Ales Bello, Italian Phenomenology Center, Rome, Italy

HEIDEGGER'S PHENOMENOLOGY OF BEING AND HUSSERL'S PHENOMENOLOGY OF CONSCIOUSNESS

By Jiro Watanabe, University of Tokyo, Japan

 

PART TWO: EXPANDING HORIZONS

1) Reception: Interpretation, Assimilation and Elaboration around the

World after the Second World War

GERMAN PHENOMENOLOGY FROM LANDGREBE TO WALDENFELS

By Gabriella Baptist, University of Naples, Italy

THE DEVELOPMENT OF PHENOMENOLOGY IN BELGIUM AND THE NETHERLANDS

By Antonio Mazzu, University of Brussels, Belgium

PHENOMENOLOGICAL ANTHROPOLOGY IN THE NETHERLANDS AND FLANDERS

By Bas Levering and Max van Manen, University of Alberta, Canada

PHENOMENOLOGY IN NORTH AMERICA AND ‘CONTINENTAL’ PHILOSOPHY

By Robert Sweeney, John Carroll University, United States

ITALIAN PHENOMENOLOGY IN THE WORLD FORUM

Patrizia Manganoro, Lateran University, Rome, Italy

PHENOMENOLOGY IN THE CROSS-CULTURAL DIALOGUE WITH ORIENTAL PHILOSOPHY

By Robert J. Wise, Jr., World Phenomenology Institute, Hanover, Hew Hampshire, United States

JAN PATOCKA AND PHENOMENOLOGY IN BOHEMIA AND SLOVAKIA

By Josef Sivak, Academy of Science, Bratislava, Slovakia

PHENOMENOLOGICAL THINKING IN TWENTIETH CENTURY GEORGIAN PHILOSOPHY: KOTE BOKRADZE, MERAB MAMARDASHVILI, ZURAB KAKABADZE

By Mamuka Dolidze, Institute of Philosophy of Georgia, Tblisi, Georgia

TEODOR CELMS, KURT STAVENHAGEN AND PHENOMENOLOGY IN LATVIA

By Ella Buceniece, University of Latvia, Riga, Latvia

PHENOMENOLOGY IN INDIA

By Debabrata Sinha, Brock University, St. Catherines, Ontario, Canada

PHENOMENOLOGY AND ISLAMIC PHILOSOPHY

By Hassan Hanafi, Cairo University, Egypt

2) Further Inspirations and Probings, New Beginnings and Developments

JEAN-PAUL SARTRE, A PROFOUND REVISION OF HUSSERLIAN PHENOMENOLOGY

By Yvanka B. Raynova, Institute for Axiological Research, Vienna, Austria

SARTRE'S EARLY PHENOMENOLOGY OF AUTHENTICITY IN RELATION TO HUSSERL

By Jacob Golomb, Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel

MAURICE MERLEAU-PONTY, PHILOSOPHY AS PHENOMENOLOGY

By Patrick Bourgeois, Loyola University, New Orleans, Louisiana, United States

HANS-GEORG GADAMER, PHENOMENOLOGY AND THE HERMENEUTIC TURN

By Osvaldo Rossi, University of Trento, Italy

PAUL RICOEUR AND HERMENEUTIC PHENOMENOLOGY

By Domenico Jervolino, University of Naples, Italy

PHENOMENOLOGY IN ORTEGA AND IN ZUBIRI

Jesus Conill, University of Valencia, Spain

EMMANUEL LEVINAS: THE ETHICS OF "FACE TO FACE" / THE RELIGIOUS TURN

By Richard Sugarman, University of Vermont, United States

ANNA-TERESA TYMIENIECKA'S PHENOMENOLOGY OF LIFE

By Thomas Ryba, Purdue University, United States

JACQUES DERRIDA'S PROFOUND AND RADICAL QUESTIONING OF HUSSERLIAN PHENOMENOLOGY

By Daniel Giovannangeli and Denis Seron, University of Liege, Belgium

3) The Worldwide Spread of the Original Phenomenological Inspiration

MARIA ZEMBRANO'S PHENOMENOLOGY OF POETIC REASON

By Miguel Illan, University of Valencia, Spain

FERNANDO MONTERO'S LINGUISTIC PHENOMENOLOGY

By Jesus Conill, University of Valencia, Spain

JOSE GAOS

By Alberto Carrillo Canan, Benemerita Autonomous University, Puebla, Mexico

ANTONIO BANFI

By Stefano Zecchi, University of Milan, Italy

ENZO PACI, THE LIFE WORLD FROM AN EMPIRICAL APPROACH

By Stefano Zecchi, University of Milan, Italy

SOFIA VANNI-ROVIGHI

By Stefano Zecchi, University of Milan, Italy

DINO FORMAGGIO

By Stefano Zecchi, University of Milan, Italy

HUSSERLIAN PHENOMENOLOGY IN THE WORK OF MARIO SANCIPRIANO

By Angela Ales Bello, Italian Phenomenology Center, Rome, Italy

KAROL WOJTYLA, BETWEEN PHENOMENOLOGY AND SCHOLASTICISM

By Anna-Teresa Tymieniecka, World Phenomenology Institute, Hanover, New Hampshire, United States and Roger Duncan, University of Connecticut, United States

HERMANN SCHMITZ, THE "NEW PHENOMENOLOGY"

By Hermann Schmitz, Kiel University, Germany

MICHEL HENRY'S "RADICAL PHENOMENOLOGY OF LIFE"

By Rolf Kuhn and Michael Staudigl, University of Vienna, Austria

PART THREE: LIFE-ENGAGED PHENOMENOLOGY

1) Phenomenology's Bringing Forth and Formulating Basic Life-Significant Issues

MEDITATIONS ON INTERSUBJECTIVITY AND HISTORICITY IN HUSSERL'S TRANSCENDENTAL PHENOMENOLOGY

By Konrad Rokstad, University of Bergen, Norway

PHENOMENOLOGICAL ETHICS, A HISTORICAL OUTLINE

By Jan Bengtsson, Goteborg University, Sweden

PHENOMENOLOGY, CORPOREITY AND INTERSUBJECTIVITY IN HUSSERL; THE MOST SIGNIFICANT INFLUENCES ON HUSSERL

By Maria Jose Cantista and Maria Manuela Martins, University of Porto, Portugal

PHILOSOPHY OF LANGUAGE AND CORPOREITY

By Luigia Di Pinto, University of Bari, Italy

THE CONCEPTION OF INTENTIONALITY IN PHENOMENOLOGY AND PRAGMATICS

By Eric Grillo, Sorbonne Nouvelle, Paris, France

PHENOMENOLOGICAL SOCIOLOGY

By Gary Backhaus, Morgan State University, Baltimore, Maryland, United States

PHENOMENOLOGY AND PRAGMATISM

By Patrick Bourgeois, Loyola University, New Orleans, Louisiana, United States

2) Innovation in Life-Oriented Arenas

THE CONCEPT OF LEBENSWELT IN EUROPEAN CULTURE

By Bianca Maria d'Ippolito, University of Naples, Italy

SIMONE DE BEUVOIR’S FEMINISM, THE OTHER AS SUBJECT

By Judy Miles, Cal Poly, Ponoma, United States

WORK AND ECONOMICS IN MAX SCHELER

By Daniella Verducci, Center for Phenomenology of Life and the Sciences of Life, University of Macerata, Italy

PHENOMENOLOGY AND FUNDAMENTAL EDUCATIONAL THEORY

By Donald Vandenberg, United States and Australia

PHENOMENOLOGY IN INTERDISCIPLINARY AESTHETICS -- LITERATURE AND THE FINE ARTS: MARLIES KRONEGGER

By Robert J. Wise, Jr., World Phenomenology Institute, United States

FROM INGARDEN TO NATURALISTIC AESTHETICS: MARIA GOLASZEWSKA

By Piotr Mroz and Andrzej Warminski , Jagiellonian University, Krakow, Poland

PHENOMENOLOGY IN SCIENCE AND LITERATURE

By Mamuka Dolidze, Institute of Philosophy of Georgia, Tblisi, Georgia

PHENOMENOLOGY OF RELIGION

By Franco Bosio, University of Verona, Italy

ALFRED SCHUTZ, PROGENITOR OF SOCIAL PHENOMENOLOGY

By Gary Backhaus, Morgan State University, Baltimore, Maryland, United States

PAUL RICOEUR ON LANGUAGE, ETHICS AND PHILOSOPHICAL ANTHROPOLOGY

By Robert Sweeney, John Carroll University, Cleveland, Ohio, United States

HANNAH ARENDT, PHENOMENOLOGY AND POLITICAL THEORY

By Robert Bernasconi, University of Memphis, United States

EDITH STEIN, PHENOMENOLOGY, THE STATE AND RELIGIOUS COMMITMENT

By Angela Ales Bello, Italian Phenomenology Center, Rome, Italy

3) From Theory to Life-Practice: Phenomenological Psychiatry

LUDWIG BINSWANGER: THE INSPIRING FORCE

By Paolo Ricci Sindoni, University of Messina, Italy

MEDARD BOSS

By Charles E. Scott, The Pennsylvania State University, United States

THE LIFE AND WORK OF ERWIN STRAUS

By Erling Eng, Veterans Administration Medical Center, Lexington, Kentucky, United States

EVA SYRISTOVA

THE PHENOMENOLOGICAL-HERMENEUTICAL APPROACH IN PSYCHOPATHOLOGY AND PSYCHOTHERAPY OF SCHIZOPHRENIA IN THE CZECH REPUBLIC

Eva Syristova, Charles University

PHENOMENOLOGY IN HENRI EY’S WORK AND FRENCH PSYCHIATRY

By J. Garrabe, Institut Marcel Riviere, France and F. Regis Cousin, Hopital Sainte-Anne, Paris, France

THE PHENOMENOLOGICO-EXISTENTIAL APPROACH TO PSYCHOPATHOLOGY

By Bruno Callieri, Encyclopedia Italiana, Rome, Italy and

Angela Ales Bello, Italian Phenomenology Center, Rome, Italy

 

PART FOUR: TOWARD NEW HORIZONS

INTRINSIC DYNAMISMS AND UNTAPPED RESOURCES 683

OF PHENOMENOLOGY

A Note On Edmund Husserl's Late Breakthrough to the Plane of Life, Completing his Itinerary 685

Anna-Teresa Tymieniecka, World Phenomenology Institute, Hanover, New Hampshire, United States

Phenomenology of Life, Integral and Scientific Fulfilling Husserl's Initial Aspirations and his Last Insights: 687

A Global Movement

By Maria Avelina Cecilia, University of Seville, Spain

Bibliography of Analecta Husserliana 716

Synopsis and Prospectus of Phenomenology's Paths 720

Anna-Teresa Tymieniecka

Glossary of Terms 721

Index of Names