The Horizons of Freedom. Volume 3: Selected Essays from the Euro-Mediterranean Area.


Book Series: Post-scriptum OPO
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Publication date: 14 September 2011
Size: 13 x 20 cm
Pages: 470
Language: English, German, French, Spanish
ISBN: 978-973-1997-67-4 (paperback)
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Freedom is a value, that phenomenology explored over the decades in various ways. Some of the authors in this volume are addressing it directly, for some others it is an operative concept, which helps us to clarify aspects or processes of the subjective or objective world. Investigating the relationship between nature and subjectivity is a traditional way to deal with the topic of freedom, but nonetheless one which provides us a solid ground. The entire phenomenological enterprise is founded on freedom, since the phenomenological reduction is, according to Husserl himself, the result of an absolutely free act. Similarly what phenomenology brought forward was a specific type of analysis, which is difficult to be understood without in the absence of free action. Freedom is not only an “object” of the investigation, but also a “living telos”. It is noteworthy therefore to underline that the phenomenological analyses are in fact pointing to existential issues. The papers collected in this volume are altogether bringing to light the horizons of freedom: rationality, action, values, and normativity.

Introduction
1. Subjectivity, Nature and Freedom: An itinerary through Husserl’s philosophy
ANDREA ALTOBRANDO
2. Image-Consciousness and Fantasy: The ego of observation and the ego of reverie
PEDRO M. S. ALVES
3. On the In-between of Architectural Design
IRIS ARAVOT
4. Pasividad y sustancia en Filosofía y fenomenología del cuerpo de Michel Henry
JOHN DAVID BARRIENTOS RODRÍGUEZ
5. Fenomenología del deseo y de la mirada en el psicoanálisis de Jacques Lacan: una aproximación diferente a la de la intencionalidad husserliana
FRANCISCO CONDE SOTO
6. El cuerpo como simbólica general del mundo en el pensamiento de Maurice Merleau-Ponty
XAVIER ESCRIBANO
7. Traum-Ich und Phantasie bei Husserl und Fink
CHRISTIAN FERENCZ-FLATZ
8. Las palabras de Cristo que dijo Michel Henry
MIGUEL GARCÍA-BARÓ
9. On the critique of ethnomethodology from the viewpoint of hermeneutic phenomenology
DMITRI GINEV
10. L’image est la vie
JAD HATEM
11. Le long dialogue de Ricœur avec la psychanalyse freudienne
DOMENICO JERVOLINO
12. On European Dialogue
DEAN KOMEL
13. The Great Gurwitsch-Føllesdal Debate concerning the Noema: The Connection of the Conceptual to the Perceptual
DANIEL MARCELLE
14. L’universalité comme « aspect productif de la temporalité » chez Hans-Georg Gadamer
PAUL MARINESCU
15. Aron Gurwitsch: un modelo de cómo servirse de Husserl como modelo para movernos hacia una actitud ecologista
MARÍA-LUZ PINTOS
16. La crítica de Natorp a Husserl y la asunción de un uso conceptual fenomenológico indicativo en las primeras lecciones de Heidegger
JOSÉ RUIZ FERNÁNDEZ
17. Is Pain an Intentional Experience?
AGUSTÍN SERRANO DE HARO
18. A invesigação da subjectividade psicossomática como tarefa essencial da fenomenologia
URBANO MESTRE SIDONCHA
19. Th e Dark Face of Praxis and Enlarged Pragmatism. Alfred Schütz and Wong Kar-wai
NICOLETA SZABO
20. Heidegger’s Search for a Phenomenological Fundamental Ontology in his 1919 WS, vis-à-vis the Neo-Kantian Philosophy of Values
PANOS THEODOROU

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