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Ágnes Heller (1929-2019)

RIP Ágnes Heller (1929-2019), member of the Budapest School, Hannah Arendt professor at the New School in NYC, and "grande dame" of Hungarian and European philosophy.

We will be updating her profile page on the Open Commons in the coming weeks.

Here an 1999 interview with Simon Tormey, published in Radical Philosophy

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Azimuth. Philosophical Coordinates in Modern and Contemporary Age, vol. 14 (1)

The phenomenological movement
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Dec 31st 2019

Phenomenological Reviews, vol. 1

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Religious Experience and Description

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Dec 31st 2019

Metodo. International Studies in Phenomenology and Philosophy, vol. 8 (1)

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López Daniela Griselda: El olvido del mundo de la vida

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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 ...

Husserl Edmund: Logische Untersuchungen. Erster Band

sdvig press

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 ...

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Livre d'or -- Jacques Taminiaux

Centre d’études phénoménologiques

Phenomenological research in education

Alexander Schnell // "'Welt' ist auch heute noch ein fruchtbarer Begriff in der Phänomenologie."

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