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YU, Chung-Chi (ed.)  - Phenomenology 2010 Volume 1: Selected Essays from Asia and Pacific  Phenomenology in Dialogue with East Asian Tradition

YU, Chung-Chi (ed.) - Phenomenology 2010 Volume 1: Selected Essays from Asia and Pacific Phenomenology in Dialogue with East Asian Tradition

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Author: YU Chung-Chi (ed.)
Language: English
Publication Date: 20.12.2010
Pages: 510
Size: 13 x 20 cm
Buying Options: Paperback, eBook Individuals, Institutional Online Access

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Phenomenology 2010 is a very large publication, a total of over 2700 pages. There are 5 volumes (one for each geographical area, e.g. Asia and Pacific  / Latin America  / Euro-Mediterranean Area   / Northern Europe  / North America part I  and part II). Each volume can be ordered separately. You can also order the complete set.


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Even though the Asia-Pacific Region is geographically far away from the birthplace of phenomenology, the development of phenomenology already had its impact on this area as early as the 1920s. Notably, the Kaizo articles of Husserl were first published in Japanese long before they were published in their original language. Currently there are at least 20 local phenomenological organizations in this region. The present volume gathers papers from countries or regions such as Japan, Korea, China, Hong Kong, Taiwan, and Australia. The articles are arranged according to their themes, which can be divided in six different categories: a) Implantation of European Philosophy and Intercultural Dialogue; b) Comparative Study of Husserl’s Phenomenology and Yogacara Buddhism; c) The Study of Merleau-Ponty’s Phenomenology and its Implication; d) Research on Husserl’s Phenomenology; e) On Heidegger; and f) On Scheler and Other Phenomenologists.


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Introduction to volume 1 
YU Chung-Chi 

1. Europäische Philosophie im zeitgenössischen Festland China
FANG Xianghong 

2. Language and Inducement
KANDA Daisuke 

3. The Possibility of a “Linguistic Community”
KAMEI Daisuke 

4. The Ultimate Consciousness and Alaya-vijnana: A Comparative Study on Deep-Structure of Consciousness between Yogacara Buddhism and Phenomenology
NI Liangkang 

5. To the Field of Life: a comparison of Husserlian phenomenology and the Yogācāra Buddhism
ABE Jun 

6. The phenomenology of illumination: The ontology of vision in Merleau-Ponty’s Eye and Mind
MURATA Junichi  

7. Husserl’s Phenomenology and Merleau-Ponty’s Phenomenology of Perception
LEE Nam-in 

8. Four Forms of Primordial Spatiality essential to the understanding of Architecture: a Phenomenological Sketch
LAU Kwok-ying 

9. Re-enchantment of Nature: McDowell and Merleau-Ponty on Perception
ZHENG Yujian 

10. Husserl’s Phenomenological Epoché behind Hannah Arendt’s Conception of an Authentic Culture
WANG Wen-Sheng 

11. Der Ursprung des Ich und der Intentionalität. Über die Entwicklung der passiven Synthesis im Denken Husserls der 30er Jahre
INAGAKI Satoshi 

12. Husserl’s Criticism of Representationalism in Logical Investigations
JUNG Tae-Chang 

13. Sensation in Husserl’s static phenomenology: Apprehension-Content scheme and Representation
SHIN Ho-Jae 

14. The Thinking of World: Exploring the Significance of Heidegger’s Later Philosophy
Jeff MALPAS 

15. The Formation of the Concept “Existence” by the Early Heidegger
KAGEYAMA Yohei 

16. 時間性、死亡與歷史:後海德格的反思 (Temporality, death and history: a reflection after Heidegger)
WONG Yiu-Hong 

17. 從物的存在看歷史即現狀 (View History as the Existing Situation from the Being of Thing)
LEUNG Po-Shan 

18. Man and God
LUI Ping-keung 

19. Human Existence: Patočka’s Appropriation of Arendt
Lubica UCNIK 

20. Action and Time Toward Elucidation of Life-worldly Time
IIDA Suguru 

21. From Phenomenology of Man to Philosophical Anthropology: Max Scheler’s Turn and its Significance
CHEUNG Ching-yuen 

22. 歷史處境中的行動主體:馬克思哲學與現象學的交互觀察 (The active subject in the historical situation: An inter-observation between the philosophy of Marx and phenomenology)
HSIEH Sheng-Yu 

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Author YU Chung-Chi (ed.)
Language English
Publication Date Dec 20, 2010
Pages 510
Size 13 x 20 cm
Buying Options Paperback, eBook Individuals, Institutional Online Access