9780970167927

The New Yearbook for Phenomenology and Phenomenological Philosophy: Volume 2

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    9780970167927

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  • Edition: 1st
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  • Copyright: 9/15/2014
  • Publisher: Routledge
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Summary

Volume five of the critically acclaimed "New Yearbook" includes research articles by an array of internationally prominent scholars, never before published documents from Husserl's "Nachla" (in German and English), and memories of Husserl written by a longtime friend of the family.

Table of Contents

I. Essays
TOM NENON
Freedom, Responsibility, and Self-Awareness in Husserl
1(22)
STEVEN GALT CROWELL
Authentic Thinking and Phenomenological Method
23(16)
BURT C. HOPKINS
Authentic and Symbolic Numbers in Husserl's Philosophy of Arithmetic
39(34)
KARL SCHUHMANN
The Development of Speech Act Theory in Munich Phenomenology
73(20)
GIANFRANCO SOLDATI
Early Phenomenology and the Origins of Analytic Philosophy
93(24)
HERIBERT BOEDER
The submodern Character of Analytic Philosophy
117(20)
ANNEMARIE GETHMANN-SIEFERT
A Phenomenological Aesthetics: Oskar Becker's Coupling of Epistemology and Ontology
137(42)
ORRIN F. SUMMERELL
Identity, Subjectivity, and Being Other than the Same: Thinking beyond Hegel and Heidegger
179(26)
GEORGE HEFFERNAN
Language, Logic, and Logocentrism in Transcendental Phenomenology: Critical Reflections on the Sprachvergessenheit of the Later Husserl
205(44)
II. Texts and Documents
EDMUND RUSSERL
Philosophy as Rigorous science
249(47)
KARL SCHUHMANN
Introduction: Husserl's "Marperger Lecture" from July 6, 1898
296(6)
EDMUND HUSSERL
Über die psychologische Begrundung der Logik /
302(1)
On the Psychological Justification of Logic (Marperger Lecture, 1898)
303(32)
EDMUND HUSSERL
On the Psychological Justification of Logic (1900)
335(3)
KARL SCHUHMANN
Introduction: Johannes Daubert's Lecture "On the Psychology of Apperception and Judgment" from July 1902
338(6)
JOHANNES DAUBERT
Bemerkungen zur Psychologie der Apperzeption und des Urteils
344(1)
Remarks on the Psychology of Apperception and Judgment (July 1902)
345(22)
JACOB KLEIN
The Problem of Truth (1924)
367(8)
III. Discussion - Reviews - Notices
SEAN LEICHTLE
The Idea of Phenomenology: Husserl's Program
375(22)
NATALIE DEPRAZ
Michel Henry's I Am the Truth: Toward a Philosophy of Christianity
397(6)
NOTES ON CONTRIBUTORS
403

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