Does the World Exist?: Plurisignificant Ciphering of Reality

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Anna-Teresa Tymieniecka
Springer Science & Business Media, 2004 - 882 ページ

"Does the World exist?" There would be no reason to resurrect this question of modernity from its historical oblivion were it not for the fact that recent evolution in science and technology, impregnating culture, makes us wonder about the nature of reality, of the world we are living in, and of our status as living beings within it. Thus great metaphysical subjacent queries are forcefully revived, calling for new investigations to proceed in the light of the innumerable novel insights of science.

This collection presents a wealth of material toward an elaboration of a new metaphysical groundwork of the ontopoiesis/ phenomenology of life sought to effect such investigations. The classic postulates of the metaphysics of reality, those of necessity and certainty here find a new formulation. Away from sclerotized ontological and cognitive assumptions and congenial with the views of contemporary science, the understanding of reality, of our world of life, and of ourselves within it is to be sought in the existential/ontopoietic ciphering of life (Tymieniecka).

 

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Ontopoietic Ciphering and the Existential Vision of Reality
xi
The Human Creative Condition Between Autopoiesis and Ontopoiesis in the Thought of
1
Ethical Remarks around the Specifically Human Existence in the Phenomenology of Life
19
The Role of Ciphering in Phenomenology of Life
39
Man NatureReflections on Feelingand Acting
49
Ekstasy of the WorldImmanence of Life
65
Tymienieckas Way through Philosophy
85
Possibility and Actuality
115
Trotsky Rivera and Breton and ManifestoTowards a Free Revolutionary Art
445
Aesthic Objects and the Creation of the World
465
Phenomenology of the Poetical
483
Monade et MondeRéflexions sur les Méditations Cartesiennes
501
Lethique phénoménologique
513
Human Dignity and the Objectification of the Human Being
535
Causality and Freedom in Roman Ingarden
601
The Promised Landand the Denied Land
609

The Advance of the Sense of the Controversy over the Existence of the World Heideggerian Work as an Example Ametaphilosophical Experience
127
The IdealismRealism of Max Scheler
145
MerleauPonty on FleshSoul and Place
165
The Critique of the Phenomenological Concept of the World according to
181
Phemomenology and the Space of the World
199
Empathy and the Transcendental Constitution of the World
215
Worlds Apart? Sartres and MerleauPontys Transition from Transcendental to Ontological Perspective on the Nature of the World
237
Rethinking a Misleading Metaphor
257
Experiencein the Philosophies
281
Interhuman Communication Beyond the Limits of Time
293
A Schutzs Contribution to Phenomenological Theory of Intersubjectivity
311
Ingarden and the Philologist
319
Narrative Self and World
325
Ontopoiesis of Life and new Horizons in Hummanitarian Education
337
Intentionality and the BeingintheLanguage
347
Congnitive and Ontological Value
371
Knowledge of the World or World of Knowledge?
385
Ontopoética del Significante El Palpo Signo
391
The Wisdom of Michelangelos Creation of Adam
419
Artistic and Aesthetic Values as the Ontological Foundation for the World of the Literary Work
433
Phenomenology as a Fact of Cultural History
625
A Heideggerian Defense of Phenomenology Against Adornos Negative Dialectical Critique
635
Husserlthe Mayaand the Prescientific World
647
How does the Snake Exist in the Rope? The Controversy about the Status of the Existence of the World in Classical Indian Throught
663
A Comparative Study of Some Aspects of Chinese and Husserlian Theory
673
The World as an Eternal Entity and Vitalogical Living Reality
681
A Hermeneutics of Narrative Discourse
703
The Problem of space in Modern Philosophy
717
Temporalization of the Body within Phenomenology and the Metaphysics of Manifestation
727
The Metaphysical Foundations of Environmental Philosophy
737
Toward a Phenomenological Grounding of the Geographical Conception of Conception of Therapeutic Landscapes
743
Birth and Natality in Hannah Adert
775
Some Neoevolutionist Perpectives
797
An Historical Approach to Ontopoiesis of Life and Mind The Philosophy
807
Science and reality
819
Systems as Emergent Phenomena
833
A Classification of the Approaches to the Ontology of Possible Worlds
853
Towards the Philosophical Sawnn
865
INDEX OF NAMES
875
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Anna-Teresa Tymieniecka was born in Marianowo, Poland on February 28, 1923. She studied at the University of Krakow, the Sorbonne, and the University of Fribourg, Switzerland, where she received a Ph.D. in philosophy. She was the founder and president the World Institute for Advanced Phenomenological Research and Learning. She was the author of 14 books and the editor of Analecta Husserliana: The Yearbook of Phenomenological Research and Phenomenological Inquiry: A Review of Philosophical Ideas and Trends. She died on June 7, 2014 at the age of 91.

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