The Open Commons of Phenomenology

New supporters in 2019: FU Berlin, Rice, Notre Dame Australia

The Open Commons of Phenomenology is pleased to announce the support of 3 more institutions in 2019:

Free University Berlin, Rice University (Houston), & Notre Dame University Australia

We would like to very warmly thank these three institutions for their trust and financial contribution. The total number of supporting institutions for our 2018-2020 funding round thereby reaches 24.

If you are a member of a supporting institution, you are entitled to a number of services, including the hosting of conference websites, the possibility to make digitisation requests and the input of your full bibliography in the Open Commons database.

If you are a frequent user of the Open Commons and work at an institution that does not support the project, we kindly suggest that you make a referral to your library on our behalf!

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Holenstein Elmar: Phenomenological philosophy of language

sdvig press

By revealing the "invariants" of Elmar Holenstein's acclaimed contribution to the philosophy of language, the present volume will allow its readers to discover not only a conceptual apparatus that provides ...

Inverso Hernán Gabriel: Fenomenología de lo inaparente


Urge pensar una filosofía que en s. XXI pueda afrontar los desafíos de enfrentar a los sofismas posmodernos sin caer en neo-realismos que obliteran el lugar de lo humano. La ...

López Daniela Griselda: El olvido del mundo de la vida

Teseo Press

A principios de los 40 se produjo en Estados Unidos un intercambio epistolar entre dos importantes referentes del pensamiento sociológico: Alfred Schutz y Talcott Parsons. La lectura de las cartas ...

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