This book offers a fascinating view on the foundation and development of this important research institute and of the Husserliana edition. Father Van Breda’s personal annotations, which are made public for the first time in English here, paint a captivating picture of the rescue of Husserl’s manuscripts and the foundation of the Archives shortly before the second world war.
Thomas Vongehr — Kurze Geschichte des Husserl-Archivs in Leuven und der Husserl-Edition† Seit seiner Gründung im Jahre 1938 ist das Husserl-Archiv an der Katholischen Universität zu Leuven in Belgien für die Edition des Nachlasses von ...
Author: Husserl-Archiv Leuven
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
This book presents a historiographical and theorical analysis of how Husserlian Phenomenology arrived and developed in North America. The chapters analyze the different phases of the reception of Edmund Husserl’s thought in the USA and Canada. The volume discusses the authors and universities that played a fundamental role in promoting Husserlian Phenomenology and clarifies their connection with American Philosophy, Pragmatism, and with Analytic Philosophy. Starting from the analysis of how the first American Scholars of Edmund Husserl's thought opened the door to the reception of his texts, the book explores the first encounters between Pragmatism and Husserlian Phenomenology in American Universities. The study focuses, then, on those Scholars who fled from Europe to America, from 1933 onwards, to escape Nazism - Felix Kaufmann, Alfred Schutz, Aron Gurwitsch, Herbert Spiegelberg, Fritz Kaufmann, among the most notable - and illustrates how their teaching provided the very basis for the spreading of Husserlian Phenomenology in North America. The volume examines, then, the action of the 20th Century North-American Husserl Scholars, together with those places, societies, centers, and journals, specifically created to represent the development of the studies devoted to Husserlian Phenomenology in the U.S., with a focus of the Regional Phenomenological Schools.
Geschichte des Husserl-Archivs: History of the Husserl-Archives, Springer, Dordrecht, Husserl-Archiv Leuven. ... History of the Husserl-Archives”: Bernet, R. Zum Geleit; Van Breda, H.L. Die Rettung von Husserls Nachlass und die Gründung ...
Author: Michela Beatrice Ferri
Phenomenology has the strongest claim to the mantle of continental philosophy. Edward Baring shows that credit for its prodigious growth goes to a surprising group of early enthusiasts: Catholic intellectuals. Tracing debates in Europe from existentialism to speculative realism, he shows why European philosophy bears the mark of Catholicism.
... “The Rescue of Husserl's Nachlass,” in Geschichte des Husserl-Archivs/History of the Husserl Archives, ed. Thomas Vongehr (Dordrecht: Springer, 2007), first published in French and German in Husserl et la pensée moderne, ed.
Author: Edward Baring
Phenomenology was one of the twentieth century’s major philosophical movements, and it continues to be a vibrant and widely studied subject today with relevance beyond philosophy in areas such as medicine and cognitive sciences. The Routledge Handbook of Phenomenology and Phenomenological Philosophy is an outstanding guide to this important and fascinating topic. Its focus on phenomenology’s historical and systematic dimensions makes it a unique and valuable reference source. Moreover, its innovative approach includes entries that don’t simply reflect the state-of-the-art but in many cases advance it. Comprising seventy-five chapters by a team of international contributors, the Handbook offers unparalleled coverage and discussion of the subject, and is divided into five clear parts: • Phenomenology and the history of philosophy • Issues and concepts in phenomenology • Major figures in phenomenology • Intersections • Phenomenology in the world. Essential reading for students and researchers in philosophy studying phenomenology, The Routledge Handbook of Phenomenology and Phenomenological Philosophy is also suitable for those in related disciplines such as psychology, religion, literature, sociology and anthropology.
“The Rescue of Husserl's Nachlass and the Founding of the Husserl-Archives.” Trans. D. Ulrichs and B.Vassilicos. In: Husserl-Archive Leuven (Ed.), Geschichte des Husserl-Archivs/History of the Husserl-Archives. Dordrecht: Springer, pp.
Author: Daniele De Santis
A Companion to Hermeneutics is a collection of original essays from leading international scholars that provide a definitive historical and critical compendium of philosophical hermeneutics. Offers a definitive historical, systematic, and critical compendium of hermeneutics Represents state-of-the-art thinking on the major themes, topics, concepts and figures of the hermeneutic tradition in philosophy and those who have influenced hermeneutic thought, including Kant, Hegel, Schleiermacher Dilthey, Heidegger, Gadamer, Ricoeur, Foucault, Habermas, and Rorty Explores the art and theory of interpretation as it intersects with a number of philosophical and inter-disciplinary areas, including humanism, theology, literature, politics, education and law Features contributions from an international cast of leading and upcoming scholars, who offer historically informed, philosophically comprehensive, and critically astute contributions in their individual fields of expertise Written to be accessible to interested non-specialists, as well asprofessional philosophers
Van Breda, Herman Leo ( 1992) “Merleau‐Ponty and the Husserl Archives at Louvain,” in Merleau‐Ponty Texts and ... “A Short History of the Husserl‐Archives Leuven and the Husserliana,” in Geschichte des Husserl‐Archivs/History of ...
Author: Niall Keane
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
This book presents the origins of Central and Eastern European phenomenology. It features chapters that explore the movement's development, its most important thinkers, and its theoretical and historical context. This collection examines such topics as the realism-idealism controversy, the status of descriptive psychology, the question of the phenomenological method, and the problem of the world. The chapters span the first decades of the development of phenomenology in Czechoslovakia, Poland, Romania, Russia, and Yugoslavia before World War II. The contributors track the Brentanian heritage of the development. They show how this tradition inspired influential thinkers like Celms, Špet, Ingarden, Frank, Twardowski, Patočka, and others. The book also puts forward original investigations. Moreover it elaborates new accounts of the foundations of phenomenology. While the volume begins with the Brentanian heritage, it situates phenomenology in a dialogue with other important schools of thought of that time, including the Prague School and Lvov-Warsaw School of Logic. This collection highlights thinkers whose writings have had only a limited reception outside their home countries due to political and historical circumstances. It will help readers gain a better understanding of how the phenomenological movement developed beyond its start in Germany. Readers will also come to see how the phenomenological method resonated in different countries and led to new philosophical developments in ontology, epistemology, psychology, philosophy of culture, and philosophy of religion.
The rescue of Husserl's Nachlass and the founding of the Husserlarchives. In Geschichte des Husserl-Archivs/History of the Husserl-Archives, The HusserlArchives Leuven, 39–69. Dordrecht: Springer. Varga, Peter Andras. 2017.
Author: Witold Płotka
Publisher: Springer Nature
The Crisis of the European Sciences is Husserl's last and most influential book, written in Nazi Germany where he was discriminated against as a Jew. It incisively identifies the urgent moral and existential crises of the age and defends the relevance of philosophy at a time of both scientific progress and political barbarism. It is also a response to Heidegger, offering Husserl's own approach to the problems of human finitude, history and culture. The Crisis introduces Husserl's influential notion of the 'life-world' – the pre-given, familiar environment that includes both 'nature' and 'culture' – and offers the best introduction to his phenomenology as both method and philosophy. Dermot Moran's rich and accessible introduction to the Crisis explains its intellectual and political context, its philosophical motivations and the themes that characterize it. His book will be invaluable for students and scholars of Husserl's work and of phenomenology in general.
While lecturing at the University of Strasburg Ricoeur set up a Husserl Archive there. ... See T. Vongehr, 'A Short History of the Husserl Archives', in Vongehr and Herman Leo Van Breda, Geschichte des Husserl— Archii/s/History ofthe ...
Author: Dermot Moran
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Nielsen, Cathrin, Schnell, Alexander: Einleitung. Dzanic, Denis: Husserl and Fink on the "Miracle of Phenomenology". Chernavin, Georgy : Der dogmatische Schlummer nach Fink. Giubilato, Giovanni Jan: Breaking the Hermeneutic Circle . Phenomenology as "Catastrophe of Man" in Fink's Early Thought. Lazzari, Riccardo: Eugen Fink und das Thema des Wesens der menschlichen Freiheit. Ikeda, Yusuke: Fink und Kants Dialektik. Schnell, Alexander: Konstruktion und Reflexion . Zum transzendentalen Idealismus bei Fink und Fichte. Zorn, Daniel-Pascal: Philosophen, mit denen man denkt – Fink liest Hegel. Stanciu, Ovidiu: The Power of the Speculative . Fink, Hegel and the Horizons of Thinking. Coli, Anna Luiza: Finks Hegel-Deutung als Leitfaden der Entwicklung seines philosophischen Projekts. Bertolini, Simona: Sein und Mensch . Ontologische Erfahrung und Welterfahrung in Finks Interpretation der Philosophie Hegels. Nielsen, Cathrin: "Verkehrte Welt" . Zu Finks Deutung des Kraftkapitels aus Hegels Phänomenologie des Geistes. Barbaric, Damir: Hegel als Janus-Figur . Zu Eugen Finks Hegelinterpretation. Boelderl, Artur R.: Der Mensch als Fragment – in der Spur eines anderen Idealismus? . Eugen Fink und der arme Hölderlin
... originated from Husserl's first founda- tion and Heidegger's hermeneutical-ontological turn of phenomenology. ... but interrelated 3 Cf. Husserl-Archiv Leuven: Geschichte des Husserl-Archivs / History of the Husserl-Ar- chives.
Author: Alexander Schnell
Publisher: Felix Meiner Verlag
Shortlisted for the PEN Hessell-Tiltman Prize Paris, near the turn of 1932-3. Three young friends meet over apricot cocktails at the Bec-de-Gaz bar on the rue Montparnasse. They are Jean-Paul Sartre, Simone de Beauvoir and their friend Raymond Aron, who opens their eyes to a radical new way of thinking... ‘It’s not often that you miss your bus stop because you’re so engrossed in reading a book about existentialism, but I did exactly that... The story of Sartre, Beauvoir, Camus, Heidegger et al is strange, fun and compelling reading. If it doesn’t win awards, I will eat my copy’ Independent on Sunday ‘Bakewell shows how fascinating were some of the existentialists’ ideas and how fascinating, often frightful, were their lives. Vivid, humorous anecdotes are interwoven with a lucid and unpatronising exposition of their complex philosophy... Tender, incisive and fair’ Daily Telegraph ‘Quirky, funny, clear and passionate... Few writers are as good as Bakewell at explaining complicated ideas in a way that makes them easy to understand’ Mail on Sunday
Husserl Archives: see HusserlArchiv Leuven, Geschichte des HusserlArchivs = History of the Husserl Archives, and the site http://hiw.kuleuven.be/hua/, as well as a list of Husserliana volumes at http://www.husserlpage.com/hus_iana.html.
Author: Sarah Bakewell
Publisher: Random House
This collection of more than two dozen essays by philosophy scholars of international repute traces the profound impact exerted by Husserl’s Meisterwerk, known in its shortened title as Ideen, whose first book was released in 1913. Published to coincide with the centenary of its original appearance, and fifty years after the second book went to print in 1952, the contributors offer a comprehensive array of perspectives on the ways in which Husserl’s concept of phenomenology influenced leading figures and movements of the last century, including, among others, Ortega y Gassett, Edith Stein, Martin Heidegger, Aron Gurwitsch, Ludwig Landgrebe, Dorion Cairns, Simone de Beauvoir, Jean-Paul Sartre, Maurice Merleau-Ponty, Jacques Derrida and Giles Deleuze. In addition to its documentation and analysis of the historical reception of these works, this volume also illustrates the ongoing relevance of the Ideen, offering scholarly discussion of the issues raised by his ideas as well as by the figures who took part in critical phenomenological dialogue with them. Among the topics discussed are autism, empathy, the nature of the emotions, the method and practice of phenomenology, the foundations of ethics, naturalism, intentionality, and human rights, to name but a few. Taken together, these specially commissioned original essays offer an unrivaled overview of the reception of Husserl‘s Ideen, and the expanding phenomenological enterprise it initiated. They show that the critical discussion of issues by phenomenologists continues to be relevant for the 21st century.
The Husserl Archives in Freiburg and Cologne invited a plethora of philosophers from abroad, who had either ... 4 See in this regard T. Vongehr, “A Short History of the Husserl-Archives,” Geschichte des HusserlArchivs/History of the ...
Author: Lester Embree
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media