1st Edition

The New Yearbook for Phenomenology and Phenomenological Philosophy Volume 15

Edited By Daniele De Santis, Emiliano Trizio Copyright 2018
    444 Pages
    by Routledge

    444 Pages
    by Routledge

    Edmund Husserl between Platonism and Aristotelianism

    Aim and Scope: The New Yearbook for Phenomenology and Phenomenological Philosophy provides an annual international forum for phenomenological research in the spirit of Husserl's groundbreaking work and the extension of this work by such figures as Scheler, Heidegger, Sartre, Levinas, Merleau-Ponty and Gadamer.

    Contributors: Thomas Arnold, Kimberly Baltzer-Jaray, Michael Barber, Irene Breuer, Steven G. Crowell, John Drummond, Clevis Headley, George Heffernan, Burt Hopkins, Arun Iyer, Adam Konopka ,Carlos Lobo, Claudio Majolino, Danilo Manca, Emanuele Mariani, Ignacio Quepons, Daniele De Santis, Biagio G. Tassone, Emiliano Trizio, William Tullius, Marta Ubiali, and Fotini Vassiliou.

    Submissions: Manuscripts, prepared for blind review, should be submitted to the Editors ([email protected] and [email protected]) electronically via e-mail attachments.

    Part 1: Essays

    1. Introduction Daniele De Santis and Emiliano Trizio

    2. Phenomenology’s Platonic Configuration Thomas Arnold

    3. Husserl’s Reform of Logic. An introduction Carlos Lobo

    4. Learning as recollection: Time and Idealities in Plato and Husserl Ignacio Quepons

    5. Husserl’s Aesthetic of Essences: Critical Remarks on Phenomenology as an Eidetic and "Exact" Science George Heffernan

    6. Aristotelian Echoes in Husserl’s Ethics: Character, Decision, and Philosophy as the Highest Good Marta Ubiali

    7. On the Aristotelian Underpinnings of Husserl’s Ethics of Vocation William Tullius

    8. A Twist of History: Analogy, Being and Husserl’s Unexpected Proximity to Aristotle Emanuele Mariani

    9. Having the Right Attitudes John Drummond

    10. The Infinite Academy. Husserl on How to be a Platonist with some (Aristotelian) Help Claudio Majolino

    11. Phenomenology and Ancient Greek Philosophy: Methodological Protocols and Two Specimens of Interpretation (Part 1) Burt Hopkins

    12. The Phenomenologizing Subject as an Active Power: An Aristotelian Model for Husserl’s Theory of Subjectivity Danilo Manca

    13. Aristotle and Husserl on the Relationship between the Necessity of a Fact and Contingency Irene Breuer

    Part 2: Translation

    14. The Ambiguity of the Concept of Essence (1912/1913) Adolf Reinach (English translation and Introduction by Kimberly Baltzer-Jaray)

    Part 3: Varia

    15. Tragedy and Phenomenality Steven G. Crowell

    16. The Goods of Ecological Communities Adam Konopka

    17. Leonard Nelson and Edmund Husserl on the Foundations of Scientific Philosophy Biagio G. Tassone

    18. Perceptual Constitution in Husserl’s Phenomenology: The Primacy of Tactual Intentionality Fotini Vassiliou

    19. Review of S. Centrone, Versüche uber Husserl Daniele De Santis

    20. Socrates-Buddah Edmund Husserl (English translation by Arun Ayer)

    21. In Memoriam: Lester Embree.



    Guest Editors

    Daniele De Santis was a full-time Instructor in the Philosophy Department of Seattle University (2012–2017). His main interests include Plato, Kant, Lotze, Husserl, Sellars and post-Sellarsian debates. Currently he is working on the problem of the synthetic a priori in Kant and Husserl. He is the editor of Di Idee ed essenze: Un dibattito su fenomenologia e ontologia. Con saggi di J. Héring, R. Ingarden e H. Spiegelberg (1921-1930) (2015).

    Emiliano Trizio taught at the University of Paris Pantheon Sorbonne, at the University of Lille III, and at Seattle University. He is currently Senior Lecturer of Philosophy at the University of the West of England, Bristol, UK.