Tymieniecka, Anna-Teresa

Phenomenology of Life from the Animal Soul to the Human Mind

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Table of contents

1. Phenomenological Hyletics: The Animal, The Human, The Divine
Angela Ales Bello

2. Passivity and Fundamental Life’s Experience in Michel Henry’s Thought
Stella Zita de Azevedo

3. Alterity, Art, and the Language of the Soul
Brian Grassom

4. Ontopoiesis and Spiritual Emergence: Bridging Tymieniecka’s Phenomenology of Life and Transpersonal Psychology
Olga Louchakova

5. The Theory of the Passions in the Sermons of Antônio Vieira S.J. (1608–1697): A Phenomenological Reading
Márcio Luis Fernandes

6. Phenomenology: The Return to the Living Soul
Olena Shkubulyani

7. The Transpersonal Psycho-Phenomenology of Self & Soul: Meditators and Multiples speak
Amy Louise Miller

8. Science and the Human Phenomenon: Markings From a Cosmic Orphan
Leo Zonneveld

9. Consciousness in the Perspective of Evolution
Ignacy S. Fiut

10. The Constitution of Biological Objects of Inquiry from the Viewpoint of Hermeneutic Phenomenology
Dimitri Ginev

11. Biological Function Without Natural Design
Ayhan Sol

12. Artificial Intelligence: The Role of Phenomenology in the Organization of Interdisciplinary Researches
Anatoly Zotov

13. Soul and Body in the Phenomenological Context
Salahaddin Khalilov

14. Epistemological Questions Concerning the In-Depth Body and the Coming about of the Ego
Helena de Preester

15. E. Husserl’s Phenomenology on the Universal Life of Consciousness in Reflection and in Time
Alexsander Kouzmin

16. Husserl’s Transcendental Phenomenology and the Mind-Body Problem
David Grünberg

17. Origins of Consciousness and Conscious (Free) Intention from the Viewpoint of Rudolf Steiner’s Spiritual Science (Anthroposophy) in Relation to Husserl’s Transcendental Reduction
Marek B. Majorek

18. The Concept of Human Soul/Mind in the Light of the Evolutionist Theory of Knowledge: Scientific Epistemological Aspects and Metaphysical Implications
Roberto Verolini

19. The Meaning of Empathic Understanding in Human Inquiry
Adri Smaling

20. Scientific Analysis of the Body and the Interaction of Minds
Halil Turan

21. “To Communicate with a Gnat”: Experience and Communication Within the Context of Life-World
Ella Buceniece

22. Albert Camus: The Awareness of Extraneousness
Maria Mercede Ligozzi

23. Descartes, Hume, Kant and Diderot: The Interconnectedness of the Self and Nature
Oliver W. Holmes

24. To dive back in the flux of life: William James’s critique of intellectualism
Velga Vevere

25. The Social Construction of the Self: Contribution of Social Phenomenology
Natalia Smirnova

26. The Category of the (Non-)Temporal «now» In Philosophy of the ‘Late’ Husserl
Cezary J. Olbromski

27. Ingmar Bergman’s Projected Self: From W. A. Mozart’s Die Zauberflöte to Vargtimmen
Ellen J. Burns

28. On the Interface Between Minds and Concepts
Semiha Akinci

29. Mind and Ontology. Ingarden’s Phenomenology and Mahayana Philosophy as Opposed Ways of Approach to Reality
Wieslaw Kurpiewski

30. Deconstruction of the Logocenter of all Grounds Constructed by Language Habits Language-Game the Surroundings of which is Everywhere, the Center of which is Nowhere
Erkut Sezgidot;n

31. Symbolical forms and their role in an anthropological analysis. Ernst Cassirer’s conception of the human world
Piotr Mróz, Maciej Kaluza

32. The positionalist notion of human nature in Plessner’s and Gehlen’s philosophy
Joanna Handerek


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