in Analysis and Explication in 20th Century Philosophy
in Focus: Ancient and Medieval Philosophy/Schwerpunkt: Antike und Mittelalterliche Philosophie
in Focus: Ancient and Medieval Philosophy/Schwerpunkt: Antike und Mittelalterliche Philosophie
HerausgeberInnen: Uwe Meixner und Albert Newen
The journal provides a forum for articles in which classical philosophical texts are interpreted by drawing on the resources on modern formal logic. ////Das Jahrbuch bietet ein Forum für deutsch- und englischsprachige Veröffentlichungen zur Philosophiegeschichte, die die logische Analyse als methodisches Instrument zur Rekonstruktion klassischer philosophischer Texte einSetzen. ////The authors: Greg Bognar, Jasper Doomen, Axel Gelfert, Enrico Grube, Jörg Hardy, Charles J. Kelly, Gyula Klima, Michael-Thomas Liske, Uwe Meixner, Tobias Schlicht, Hans-Christian Schmitz, Mark Textor ////The editors: Uwe Meixner is professor of philosophy at the Universität des Saarlandes, Saarbrücken. ////Albert Newen is professor of philosophy at the University of Tübingen
in Focus: Philosophy of Mind/Schwerpunkt: Philosophie des Geistes
in Focus: Philosophy of Mind/Schwerpunkt: Philosophie des Geistes
in Analysis and Explication in 20th Century Philosophy
HerausgeberInnen: Uwe Meixner und Rochus Sowa
The purpose of this collection of eleven essays on the philosophy of Edmund Husserl is not to offer a comprehensive overview of Husserl’s philosophy. Of his many themes, only a selection is covered in this volume. But the collection is of interest for anyone in touch with the current philosophy of mind – which has undergone a remarkable broadening of its perspective: now, not only the causal and functional, but also the, broadly speaking, phenomenological and intentional aspects of the mind are being given what is due to them. Accompanying this broadening, there is a rediscovery – which for many philosophers from the analytic tradition means: a first discovery – of Husserlian phenomenology. The centre of this collection is formed by the five essays on Husserl’s views on perceptual experience and perceptual justification. These central essays are preceded by an essay on apprehension and an essay on motivation (both important Husserlian notions), and are followed by an essay on empathy and an essay on emotions (two Husserlian topics that are all too often neglected). The first essay of the collection presents, in a comprehensive and detailed way, complementarism as an alternative to Husserl’s classical phenomenological approach, transcendental reduction. The last essay concerns the issue of collective unity in Kant and Husserl, an ontological issue that is crucial for all transcendental philosophy. All of the eleven essays are new and have undergone a peer-review process. The authors: Audrey L. Anton, Carleton B. Christensen, Jasper Doomen, John J. Drummond, Richard Foley, Stamatios Gerogiorgakis, Michael Groneberg, George Heffernan, Hans-Ulrich Hoche, Burt C. Hopkins, Ansten Klev, Helga Meier, Manuel Lechthaler, Sophie Loidolt, Filip Mattens, Verena Mayer, Sean McAleer, Tommaso Piazza, Alexander Reutlinger, Adriane A. Rini, Sara L. Uckelman, Philip J. Walsh, Christian Wirrwitz, Kristina Zuelicke
in The Philosophy of Edmund Husserl
in The Philosophy of Edmund Husserl