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Shizuoka, 30th - 31st MayOn the History of Being – after the Black Notebooks
Manchester, 31st May - 2nd JuneSociety for Existential and Phenomenological Theory and Culture Conference 2019
Vancouver, 3rd June
Jul 1st 2019Demystifying the Given
Sep 1st 2019Green Theory & Praxis Journal, vol. 12
ed. by Zampaki Nikoleta; Juergensmeyer Erik
Nov 30th 2019D'un bord l'autre, Derrida
Jun 1st 2019Affect, Emotion, Feeling
New York City, United States of America
Aug 30th 2019Experts in Mental Health
Jul 1st 2019Religious Experience and Description
Valparaiso, United States of America
reviewed by Carpenter Benjamin
A text as ambitious as Malvezzi’s The Archetype of Wisdom provides a particularly challenging subject for review – precisely because of the wide aim and reach of this project. Far from considering the ambition of this work pejoratively, my intentions in this review are to make explicit the way in which Malvezzi’s text opens (or at least attempts to open)... >>> read the full review
reviewed by Alessiato Elena Paola Carola
It is well know that Friedrich Nietzsche was decided not to have heirs or disciples. Ironically, he was one of the most influential thinkers in history. The history of philosophical thought is actually made up by legacies – sometimes also by kinship. This was the idea underlying the title of the intellectual historian Richard Wolin’s book “Heidegger’s Children”.... >>> read the full review
Open Access & Digital Editions
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 ...
Digital TEI edition of the first volume of the Logical Investigations, based on the 1975 Holenstein edition published as Husserliana XVIII. As part of the version 1.0 of the Husserl ...
From the blogs
Centre d’études phénoménologiques
Phenomenological research in educationDie Phänomenologie und das Politische: Von der Onto-Politik zu Mini-Publics, Interview mit Steffen Herrmann
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