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Life, Subjectivity & Art


Life, Subjectivity & Art

Essays in Honor of Rudolf Bernet
Phaenomenologica, Band 201

von: Roland Breeur, Ullrich Melle

296,31 €

Verlag: Springer
Format: PDF
Veröffentl.: 04.01.2012
ISBN/EAN: 9789400722118
Sprache: englisch
Anzahl Seiten: 538

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This book contains essays written by eminent phenomenologists & scholars closely related to R. Bernet, a person and a philosopher (colleagues, friends and collaborators, former students). The intellectual and worldwide authority of R. Bernet's work is well represented by the list of contributors, as well as by the content of their chapters. In a sense, this volume is a good indication of the importance of Bernet's own books, articles and classes. The editors have chosen to concentrate the contributions on what could be estimated to be one of the three major themes of his philosophical itinerary: life, seen from a phenomenological point of view, its relation to subjectivity, experiences and consciousness, and both seen as the ground for an original reflection on art (paintings).
The first and only collection of essays honoring the work of Rudolf Bernet, this volume covers three themes: his phenomenological views on life, its relation to subjectivity, experiences and consciousness, and both as the basis of original reflections on art.
Here is the first and only collection of essays honoring the work of Rudolf Bernet, a philosopher of worldwide authority.  The essays are centered on three major themes of Bernet’s philosophical itinerary: life, seen from a phenomenological point of view, its relation to subjectivity, experiences and consciousness, and both seen as the ground for an original reflection on art, specifically paintings. The contributors are eminent phenomenologists and scholars closely related to Rudolf Bernet, as person and as philosopher: colleagues, friends and collaborators, former students. Taken as a whole, this volume is a testiment to Bernet’s philosophical inspiration and influence, and the enduring importance of his own books, articles and classes.
Preface, R. Breeur.- Vorwort, U Melle.- Acknowledgements.- How Aristotle and Husserl Differ on First Philosophy, R. Sokolowski.- Gemaltes Erscheinen – von Giotto zu Cézanne, K. Held.-  Husserls deskriptive Erforschung der Gefühlserlebnisse, U. Melle.- Verstehendes Leben, E. Angehrn.- Sichtbar verständliche Dinge, G. Figal.- Le domaine de la vérité, D. Franck.- Freiheit und Endlichkeit.Cassirer, Heidegger und Kant, G. Van Eekert.- Empathy and mirroring: Husserl and Gallese, D. Zahavi.- Soziale und individuelle Aspekte produktiven und kreativen Handelns, K. Mertens.- Ego and Arch-Ego in Husserlian Phenomenology, D. Lohmar.- Silhouette & Manipulation, F. Mattens.- Le problème de la réalité, J. Benoist.- Statut et origine de la négation, D. Pradelle.- Transcendance et inconditionnement, R. Legros.- The Role of Interpretation in the Phenomenological Approach to the Other, L. Tengelyi.- The Letter and the Soil. Why Humanity is not a Forest, R. Visker.- The Third Life of Subjectivity: Towards a Phenomenology of Dreaming, N. de Warren.- Moral life in times of loneliness. Does the notion of double conscience illuminate Lacan’s understanding of moral sensibility? P. Moyaert.- Phénoménologies du randonneur solitaire, R. Breeur.
This is the first and only collection of essays honoring the work of Rudolf Bernet, a philosopher of worldwide authority. The essays are centered on three major themes of Bernet’s philosophical itinerary: life, seen from a phenomenological point of view, its relation to subjectivity, experiences and consciousness, and both seen as the ground for an original reflection on art, specifically paintings.The contributors are eminent phenomenologists and scholars closely related to Rudolf Bernet, as person and as philosopher: colleagues, friends and collaborators, former students. Taken as a whole, this volume is a testiment to Bernet’s philosophical inspiration and influence, and the enduring importance of his own books, articles and classes.
This is the first and the only essay collection dedicated to the work of Rudolf BernetExamines life and its relation to subjectivity, experience and consciousness, from a phenomenological viewpoint The contributors are all leading phenomenologists with close personal and professional connections to Bernet