Studies in Phenomenology



ISSN 2226-5260 (Print)
ISSN 2311-6986 (Online)

 

St. Petersburg State University
Institute of Philosophy

HORIZON

Studies in Phenomenology

STUDIEN ZUR PHÄNOMENOLOGIE
ФЕНОМЕНОЛОГИЧЕСКИЕ ИССЛЕДОВАНИЯ
ÉTUDES PHÉNOMÉNOLOGIQUES

 

Volume 5, Number 1 2016

 

SPECIAL ISSUE
TRADITIONS AND PERSPECTIVES OF THE PHENOMENOLOGICAL MOVEMENT
IN CENTRAL AND EASTERN EUROPE

 

CONTENTS

Witold Płotka
INTRODUCTION: TRADITIONS AND PERSPECTIVES OF THE PHENOMENOLOGICAL MOVEMENT IN CENTRAL AND EASTERN EUROPE
10-15
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I. RESEARCH

1.1 BEYOND POLITICS

George Heffernan
HEIDEGGER’S CRITIQUE OF HUSSERL IN HIS BLACK NOTEBOOKS
16-53
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Mihály Vajda
MY EMERGENCE FROM THE IMMATURITY OF MARXISM IN VIRTUE OF PHENOMENOLOGY
54-69
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Francesco Tava
LIFEWORLD, CIVILISATION, SYSTEM:
PATOČKA AND HABERMAS ON EUROPE AND ITS CRISIS
70-89
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Wing-Keung Chik
TRUTH, RESPONSIBILITY AND THE POLITICAL.
JAN PATOČKA’S VIEW ON LIVING IN TRUTH
90-114
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1.2 CONTRIBUTIONS ON LÁSZLÓ TENGELYI

Inga Römer
FROM KANT TO THE PROBLEM OF PHENOMENOLOGICAL METAPHYSICS. IN MEMORY OF LÁSZLÓ TENGELYI
115-132
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Irene Breuer
FACTICITY, NECESSITY AND CONTINGENCY AT ARISTOTLE AND HUSSERL
133-149
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Bence Péter Marosán
TRANSCENDENTAL ANTHROPOLOGY.
FORMATION OF SENSE, PERSONAL I, AND SELF-IDENTITY IN EDMUND HUSSERL AND THEIR RECEPTION IN THE PHENOMENOLOGICAL METAPHYISICS OF LÁSZLÓ TENGELYI
150-170
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1.3 ETHICS, AXIOLOGY, AND LOGIC

Petr Urban
FOREGROUNDING THE RELATIONAL DOMAIN —
PHENOMENOLOGY, ENACTIVISM AND CARE ETHICS
171-182
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Mikhail Khorkov
PHENOMENOLOGY AT THE BORDER: ON THE HISTORY OF RECEPTION AND MEDIATION OF MAX SCHELER'S AXIOLOGY IN THE WORKS OF TADEUSZ H. CZEŻOWSKI (1889–1981) AND LARISSA A. CHUHINA (1913–2002). A RESEARCH NOTE
183-193
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Vedran Grahovac
THE PERSISTENCE OF SELF-ENCLOSURE IN THE WHOLE-PART RELATIONSHIP: THE CASE OF HUSSERL AND KRACAUER
194-213
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1.4 PHENOMENOLOGY AND AESTHETICS

Jaroslava Vydrová
THE INTERTWINING OF PHENOMENOLOGY AND CUBISM —
IN THE ANALYSES AND WORKS OF ART OF CZECH ARTISTS AND THEORETICIANS
214-231
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Jan Josl
THE END OF ART AND PATOČKA’S PHILOSOPHY OF ART
232-246
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II. TRANSLATIONS AND COMMENTARIES

Olesya Bessmel'tseva
THE PREFACE TO THE TRANSLATION OF THE 7th PARAGRAPH OF SECOND PART OF THE ARTICLE «ON THE PHENOMENOLOGY OF THE AESTHETIC ENJOYMENT» BY MORITZ GEIGER
247-257
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MORITZ GEIGER
ON THE PHENOMENOLOGY OF THE AESTHETIC ENJOYMENT

(Trans. by O. Bessmel'tseva)
258-271
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Roman Sokolov
PHENOMENOLOGICAL TRANSCENDENTALISM AND POETIC VISION:
MARC RICHIR’S CONCEPT OF THE POETIC ELEMENT.
THE PREFACE TO THE TRANSLATION OF MARC RICHIR’S ARTICLE «PHENOMENOLOGY OF THE POETIC ELEMENT»
272-280
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MARC RICHIR
PHENOMENOLOGY OF THE POETIC ELEMENT

(Trans. by R. Sokolov, ed. by G. Chernavin )
281-298
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III. DISCUSSIONS

Witold Płotka
REPORT ON THE INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE
«HORIZONS BEYOND BORDERS. TRADITIONS AND PERSPECTIVES OF THE PHENOMENOLOGICAL MOVEMENT IN CENTRAL AND EASTERN EUROPE»
(June 17–19, 2015, Budapest, Hungary)
299-304
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