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Title Analecta Husserliana. The Yearbook of Phenomenological Research.

Published [Dordrecht] : D. Reidel, 1971-
Dates of Publication v. 1-

LocationUniM Bail 
Call No.193 H972.a See individual titles
Holdingsv.1-v.56 1971-1998


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Physical description volumes ; 23 cm
Notes 1. Intro, 2. The later Husserl and the Idea of phenomenology, 3. The phenomenological realism of the possible worlds, 4. Ingardeniana, 5. The crisis of culture, 6. The self and the other, 7. The human being in action, 8.Japanese phenomenology, 9.The teleologies in Husserlian phenomenology, 10. The acting person, 11. The great chain of being and Italian phenomenology, 12.The philosophical reflection of man in literature, 13. The unhappy consciousness, 14. The phenomenology of man and of the human condition (1), 15. Foundations of morality, human rights, and the human sciences, 16. Soul and body in Husserlian phenomenology, 17. Phenomenology of life in adialogue between Chinese and occidental philosophy, 18.The existential coodinates of the human condition: poetic-epic-tragic, 19. Poetics of the elements in the human condtion: the sea, 20.The moral sense in the communal significance of life, 21. The phenomenology of man and of the human condition (2), 22. Morality within the life- and social world, 23. poetics of the elements of the human condition: the airy elements, 24. Logos and life: creative experience and the critique of reason, 25. Logos and life: The thre movements of the soul, 26. American phenomenology, 27. Man within his life-world, 28. The elemental passions of the soul. Poetics of the elements in the human condition (3), 29. Man's self-interpretation-in-existence, 30. - -, 31. The moral senseand its foundational significance, 32. Phenomenology and aesthetics, 33. Ingardeniana (3) 34. The turning points of the new phenomenological era, 35. Husserlian phenomenology in anew key, 36. Husser's legacy in phenomenological philosophies, 37. New queries in aesthetics and metaphysics (3), 38. New queries (4), 39. Reason, life, culture (1), Phenomenology in the Baltics, 40. Manifestations of reason: life, historicity, culture - reason, life, culture (2), 41. Allegory revisited, 42. Allegory old and new, 43. From the sacred to the divine, 44. The elemental passion for place in the ontopoiesis, 45. The radical choice and moral theory, 46. The logic of the living present, 47. Heath, earth, and in-between in the harmony, 48. - -, 49. Life: the human quest for an ideal, 50. Life: phenomenology of life as the starting point of philosophy, 51. Passion for place, 52. Phenomenology of life and the human creative condition, 53. The Reincarnating mind, or the ontopoietic outburst in creative virtualities, 54. Ontopoietic Expansion in human self-interpretation-in-existence, 55. Ontopoietic Expansion in human self-interpretation-in-culture, 56. Enjoyment.
Editor: 1971- A.T. Tymieniecka.
Language notes English or German.
Other author Tymieniecka, Anna-Teresa.
Subject Husserl, Edmund, 1859-1938. -- Periodicals.
Husserl, Edmund, 1859-1938. -- Societies, etc.
Phenomenology -- Periodicals.