Phenomenology Of Space And Time: The Forces Of The Cosmos And The Ontopoietic Genesis Of Life: Book One by Anna-Teresa TymienieckaPhenomenology Of Space And Time: The Forces Of The Cosmos And The Ontopoietic Genesis Of Life: Book One by Anna-Teresa Tymieniecka

Phenomenology Of Space And Time: The Forces Of The Cosmos And The Ontopoietic Genesis Of Life: Book…

byAnna-Teresa Tymieniecka

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Title:Phenomenology Of Space And Time: The Forces Of The Cosmos And The Ontopoietic Genesis Of Life: Book…Format:PaperbackDimensions:508 pages, 23.5 × 15.5 × 0.17 inPublished:September 3, 2016Publisher:Springer NatureLanguage:English

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PART I.- Chapter 1: Toward a New Enlightenment: Metaphysics as Philosophy of Life; Nicoletta Ghigi (translated by Antonio Calcagno).- Chapter 2: Moral Excellence as Cosmicization of Human Beingness in the Ontopoietic Perspective; Carmen Cozma.- Chapter 3: The Inseparable Link between "Cosmology" and "Life World" in Anna-Teresa Tymieniecka's Philosophy: The Originality of a New Perspective of the "Real Individual and Autonomous Being", A Possible Comparison with Hedwig Conrad-Martius' "Phenomenological Realism"; Francesco Alfieri.- Chapter 4: The Forces of the Cosmos before Genesis and Before Life. Some Remarks on Eugen Fink's Philosophy of the World; Simona Bertolini.- PART II.- Chapter 5: Ontopoiesis in Ben Okri's Poetic Oeuvre and A Time for New Dreams (2011); Rosemary Gray.- Chapter 6: Cosmic Order and Exoneration of the Beautiful: Visions of the Problem in Contemporary Philosophy; Ella Buceniece.- Chapter 7: The Law of Opposites in the Ontopoiesis of Life and in Language; Zaiga Ikere.- Chapter 8: The Forces of Darkness and the Forces of Goodness: Jerzy Nowosielski's Concept; Katarzyna Stark.- Chapter 9: Transformation in Phenomenology: Husserl and Tymieniecka; Anar Jafarov.- PART III.- Chapter 10: Anthropological Regression in the Modern World vs. Anna-Teresa Tymieniecka's Metaphysics of Ontopoiesis of Life; Jan Szmyd.- Chapter 11: Biologically Organized Quantum Vacuum and the Cosmic Origin of Cellular Life; Attila Grandpierre.- Chapter 12: The Cosmos of Yolanthe - Knowing Without Seeing; Detlev Quintern.- Chapter 13: Philosophical Hermeneutics Confronted by that which is Different; Aleksandra Pawliszyn.- Chapter 14: Anna-Teresa Tymieniecka's and Max Scheler's Phenomenology as the Ontopoietic Genesis of a Manager's Life; Bronislaw Bombala.- PART IV.- Chapter 15: Comparative Phenomenology of Singing and Dance as Involving Artistic "Instruments" Incorporated into the Body of their Performer; Alessia Rita Vitale.- Chapter 16: Phenomenology and Archeology: Methodological Insights and Thematic Inspirations; Jaroslava Vydrova.- Chapter 17: Plotinus "Enneads" and Self-Creation; Ineta Kivle.- Chapter 18: Directing Anatoly Vasilyev, from Individual Creative Manner to the Method; Valery Kolenova.- PART V.- Chapter 19: Teleology in Nature and Life-Transforming Art; Vladimir L. Marchenkov.- Chapter 20: The Creative Potential of Humor; Anna Malecka.- Chapter 21: Educational Paradigm Shift Towards Phenomenological Pedagogy; Kiymet Selvi.- Chapter 22: Human Soul, Body and Life Horizons; Maija Kule.- PART VI.- Chapter 23: The Unity of Eastern and Western Thought Traditions in A-T. Tymieniecka's Phenomenology of Life; Salahaddin Khalilov.- Chapter 24: Transcendental Morphology - A Phenomenological Interpretation of Human and Non-Human Cosmos; Bence Peter Marosan.- Chapter 25: The Outside's Inside: The Phenomenology of the External World in Hedwig Conrad-Martius' Thought; Ronny Miron.- Chapter 26: Kant and Starry Heavens or the Splendor and Misery of Speculative Rationalism; Rihards Kulis.- PART VII.- Chapter 27: How to Approach Heideggerian Gods; Jani Vanhala.- Chapter 28 : Meaning in the Forthcoming Sciences of Life: From Nietzsche and Husserl to Embodiment and Biosemiotics; Ammar Zeifa.- Chapter 29: Motion in Crisis: Why the Analytic Principles of Thought Destroy Motion and Life in the Cosmos; Ion Soteropoulous.- Chapter 30: "Heraclitus/Nietzsche/Heidegger in Î ÏλεμÏ" - "Ïá½° δὲ ΠάνÏα Î-ἰακá½-ζει ÎεÏαÏνÏÏ"- Heraclitus; Kiyimo Murata-Soraci.- Chapter 31: Lebenswelt and Operational Methodology in the Philosophical and the Epistemological Reflections of Hugo Dingler; Dario Sacchi.- Chapter 32: The Permanent Creativity of the Self; Stefano Polenta.- PART VIII.- Chapter 33: Cognition and Emotion: From Dichotomy to Ambiguity; Claus Halberg and Simen Oyen.- Chapter 34 : The Meeting of Man with Man; Leszek Pyra.- Chapter 35: Humour, an Enlightening and Restorative Force of the Inner Cosmos: A Phenomenological Approach; Tereza-Brindusa Palade.