The New Yearbook for Phenomenology and Phenomenological Philosophy – Volume XVI

venerdì, 19 Ottobre, 2018

Phenomenology of Emotions, Systematical and Historical Perspectives

The New Yearbook for Phenomenology and Phenomenological Philosophy provides an annual international forum for phenomenological research in the spirit of Husserl’s groundbreaking work and the extension of this work by such figures as Scheler, Heidegger, Sartre, Levinas, Merleau-Ponty and Gadamer. Click here for more details.

Volume XVI: Table of Contents

Editors’ Introduction: Emotions, Moods, and Feelings in the Phenomenological Tradition

Rodney K.B. Parker and Ignacio Quepons 

Part I: Articles 

1. Emotions, Value, and Action

John J. Drummond 

2. Erotic Perception: Intersubjectivity, History, and Shame

Anthony J. Steinbock 

3. Colorations and Moods in Husserl’s Studien zur Struktur des Bewusstseins (with a final hint towards the coloring of life)

Antonio Zirión Quijano 

4. Self-conscious Emotions: Reflections on their Bipolarity, Normativity, and Perspectivity

Thiemo Breyer 

5. Is Feeling Something Knowing Something? On the Intentionality of Feelings in Husserl’s Early Writings (1894-1913)

Maria Gyemant 

6. Feeling as the Ground of Striving? The contribution of Alexander Pfänder

Mariano Crespo 

7. Scheler’s Phenomenology of Emotive Life in the Context of his Ethical Program. Achievements and Abeyances

Panos Theodorou 

8. Phenomenological Approaches to Hatred: Scheler, Pfänder, and Kolnai

Ingrid Vendrell Ferran 

9. Stein and the ‘Rainbow of Emotions’: Empathy and Emotional Experience

Elisa Magrì 

10. Sensibility,Values ans Selfhood: For a Phenomenology of the Emotional Life

Roberta De Monticelli 

11. On Axiological and Practical Objectivity: Do Husserl’s considerations about objectivity in the axiological and practical realms demand a phenomenological account of dialogue?

Esteban Marin Ávila 

12. Feeling Value. A Systematic Phenomenological Account of the Original Mode of Presentation of Value

Søren Engelsen 

13. Can Emotions Be Directly Moral? Reflections on the latest book by Anthony Steinbock

Jakub Čapek 


Part II: Documents 

14. The Knowledge of Other EgosTheodor Lipps (edited and with an introduction by Timothy A. Burns, translated by Marco Cavallaro)

15. A Sketch of a Short Phenomenological Treatise on Living and Dying

Marc Richir (Introduction by Nicolás Garrera-Tolbert, translation by Pablo Posada Varela)


Part III: Varia 

16. The External World – Whole and Parts: A Husserlian Hermeneutics of the Early Ontology of Hedwig Conrad-Martius

Ronny Miron 

17. Husserl’s Scientific Context 1917-1938: A Look into Husserl’s Private Library

Mirja Hartimo 

18. Heidegger on the Absoluteness of Death

Nate Zuckerman

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