1st Edition

The New Yearbook for Phenomenology and Phenomenological Philosophy Volume 13

Edited By Burt Hopkins, John Drummond Copyright 2015

    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.

    Part 1: Husserl's Experience and Judgment  1. Contemporary readings in Husserl’s Experience and Judgment Pedro M. S. Alves  2. Passivity and interest (Experience and Judgment §§ 15–20) François De Gandt  3. The lower degrees of activity and the correlative kinds of pre-predicative judgments Sérgio Fernandes  4. Sensory perception and primary contents in the late Husserl Denis Fisette  5. The strange worlds of actual consciousness and the purely logical Claire Ortiz Hill  6. How sets came to be: the concept of set from a phenomenological perspective Jairo Jose da Silva  7. Apprehension of relationships and predicative accomplishments in Experience and Judgment Carlos Morujao  8. Husserl’s project for a material science of the life-world Pedro M. S. Alves  9. Perception, being-in-the-world, and world-logic Francesc Perena  10. On the fulfillment of certain categorial intentions Mark van Atten  Part 2: Plato and Phenomenology  11. Amartîa in Plato and Verfall in Heidegger: the politics of pain in philosophy and beyond Panos Theodorou  12. Gadamer’s appeal to phronêsis and the shadow of Heidegger Pavlos Kontos  13. The "undecidable" pharmakon: Derrida’s reading of Plato’s Phaedrus Gerasimos Kakoliris  Part 3: Unity of Imagination  14. Are all images of the same family? On the unity of imagination Philippe Cabestan  Part 4: Plato’s Sophist  15. Plato’s Sophist: a different look John Sallis  16. Socrates, the Stranger and Parmenides in Plato’s Sophist: two troubled relationships Vigdis Songe-Møller  17. The virtue of power Jens Kristian Larsen  18. Development and not-being in Plato’s Sophist Hallvard Fossheim  19. A third possibility: mixture and musicality Kristin Sampson  20. The story that philosophers will be telling of the Sophist Nickolas Pappas  21. The génos of lógos and the investigation of the greatest genê Burt Hopkins.  Index


    Burt Hopkins is Professor of Philosophy at Seattle University, USA. He is the author of The Philosophy of Husserl (2010) which won the 2011 Ballard Book Prize in Phenomenology.

    John Drummond is Robert Southwell, S. J. Distinguished Professor in the Humanities and Professor of Philosophy at Fordham University, USA.