By Lester Embree, J. N. Mohanty, J. J. Kockelmans, Richard M. Zaner, David Carr, Thomas Nenon, Elisabeth A. Behnke, J. Claude Evans, José Huertas-Jourda, W. Mckenna, Algis Mickunas, Thomas M. Seebohm
The Encyclopedia of Phenomenology offers phenomenological concept and the phenomenological flow inside of philosophy and inside greater than a ranking of different disciplines on a degree obtainable to expert colleagues of alternative orientations in addition to to complicated undergraduate and graduate scholars. Entries normal 3,000 phrases. In virtually all situations, they contain lists of works `For extra Study'. The creation in brief chronicles the altering phenomenological time table and compares phenomenology with different twentieth Century hobbies. The 166 entries are approximately issues of 7 sorts:
the 4 extensive developments and classes in the phenomenological movement;
twenty-three nationwide traditions of phenomenology;
twenty-two philosophical sub-disciplines, together with these mentioned with the formulation `the philosophy of x';
phenomenological developments inside of twenty-one non-philosophical disciplines;
forty significant phenomenological topics;
twenty-eight top phenomenological figures; and
twenty-seven non-phenomenological figures and routine of fascinating similarities and modifications with phenomenology.
Concerning individuals, years of beginning and loss of life are given upon first point out in an access of the names of deceased non-phenomenologists. The names of folks believed to be phenomenologists and in addition, for cross-referencing reasons, the titles of different entries are published completely in SMALL CAPITAL letters, additionally upon first point out. moreover, all phrases therefore happening in all small capital letters are indexed within the index with the numbers of all pages on which they take place. To facilitate indexing, chinese language, Hungarian and eastern names were re-arranged in order that the non-public identify precedes the kin identify.
Concerning works spoke of, the entire titles of books and articles are given within the unique language or in a transliteration into Roman script, through literalistic translations and the 12 months of unique booklet in parentheses or, the place the date of composition is considerably just before that of ebook, by way of the 12 months of composition among brackets.
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McKenna, Algis Mickunas, Jitendra Nath Mohanty, Thomas M. Seebohm, Richard M. ), Encyclopedia ofPhenomenology. © 1997 Kluwer Academic Publishers. ANALYTIC PHILOSOPHY sell and Wittgenstein on issues of meaning and reference raised by seminal work in logic by GOTTLOB FREGE. " Russell argued for a different model of reference, without the Fregean notion of sense, in "On Denoting" ( 1905). Proper names such as "Bismarck" refer, but definite descriptions such as "the present king ofFrance" have a misleading form in everyday English, Russell argued.
1997 Kluwer Academic Publishers. AESTHETICS particular interpretation means that the gap between interpretation and work can never be closed and that interpretation is essentially plural, although this does not mean that one interpretation is as good as any other. Ingarden 's work has had an influence on the aesthetics ofreception developed in the 1960s by WOLFGANG ISER and HANS ROBERT JAUSS. FRITZ KAUFMANN studied with Husserl, mainJy in Freiburg after World War 1, and was somewhat unusual among Husserl 's students of this period in that he accepted Husserl 's transcendental turn in the Ideen zu einer reinen Phănomenologie und phănomenologischen Philosophie 1 ( 1913 ).
Ity in a model parallel to Frege's theory ofreference via sense. N. MOHANTY, and others. As linguistic acts or expressions refer to things in the world, so acts of consciousness "intend" things in the world: representation runs para li el in language and in thought. The works of phenomenologists, especially Husserl and Heidegger, were thus interpreted in the light of analytic philosophy of language and mind. The problem of reference or representation, without the term "intentionality," was present in analytic philosophy from the earliest days in the logica!
Encyclopedia of Phenomenology by Lester Embree, J. N. Mohanty, J. J. Kockelmans, Richard M. Zaner, David Carr, Thomas Nenon, Elisabeth A. Behnke, J. Claude Evans, José Huertas-Jourda, W. Mckenna, Algis Mickunas, Thomas M. Seebohm