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TitleCreative Virtualities in Human Self-Interpretation-in-Culture [electronic resource] : Phenomenology of Life and the Human Creative Condition (Book IV) / edited by Anna-Teresa Tymieniecka
ImprintDordrecht : Springer Netherlands : Imprint: Springer, 1998
Connect tohttp://dx.doi.org/10.1007/978-94-011-4890-0
Descript XII, 387 p. online resource

SUMMARY

It would seem that modern humanity has unthroned the human spirit, undercutting the very foundation of the validity of truth, moral values and principles. There appears to be no attempt to discern what is beautiful and true: it is functional and pragmatic usefulness that seem to dominate human evaluations and transactions with other humans and, indeed, animals. Humanity is becoming detached from the ̀higher' aesthetic, moral and intellectual works of the human spirit and thus the life of the spirit is often situated on the other side of a gulf, opposed to science with its rationality. Culture is in danger of becoming reduced to science. In other words, the great metaphysical questions - those of telos, of sense - often are answered in terms of scientific conceptions. But these are at least incomplete, if not fragmentary, and in principle hypothetical, which still leaves the questions unanswered. But it is culture that is the manifestation of the human spirit, being the historical process of human self-interpretation-in-existence. All manifestations of the creative forge of the human being find a role in the fabric of culture, which involves progressively widening circles of the human community, demanding an integration and attunement with others in their changing conditions of life. This consideration of culture involves all areas of philosophical reflection: moral, aesthetic, metaphysical, epistemological, semiological, cognitive, and more


CONTENT

One The Ethical Impulse in Husserl: Individual, Culture, Humanity -- The Ethical Evolution of Mankind in Husserlโ{128}{153}s Phenomenology -- Husserl and the Tradition -- Der ethische Impuls der Husserlschen Phรคnomenologie -- Two Valuation, Culture, Ideologies -- Phenomenology and Multiculturalism: Moving Beyond Assimilation and Utter Diversity Through a Substantive Pluralism -- Our Values of Expectation/Expedition: A Study of their Hebrew Origin -- Arquitectรณnica de la Etica de la Liberaciรณn: Para una ร{137}tica de la Vida del Sujeto Humano -- Value Orientation and Human Creativity -- Roman Ingardenโ{128}{153}s Philosophy of Culture: An Attempt at a Reconstruction -- On the Alleged Dilemma in a Work Being Both African and Philosophy -- Three The Meanders of the Individualโ{128}{153}s Attunement and Integration with Others within the Cultural Harmonisation -- Commonplaceness as a Difficult Situation for Man -- On the Significance of Animate Form -- Heart Transplantation: A Corporeality Perspective -- Analyzing Images of the Future: The Ironic Twist -- La Phรฉnomรฉnologie de la Formation: Les Aspects du Problรจme -- Four Missing and Retrieving the Spontaneous Participation with the Other within the Cultural Network of Life -- The One and the Many in the Schizophrenic Life-World: The โ{128}{156}Zenonian Syndromeโ{128}{157} -- Phenomenological Psychopathology of Interpersonal Communications: A Point of View -- On Human Alienation: A Phenomenological Inquiry of the Schizoid Personality -- La Profundidad: Un Enfoque Dimensional de Mi Encuentro con el Otro -- Intersubjective Communication and Psycho-Impairment -- Five Morality Oscillating Between Good and Evil -- The Language of Evil: Hannah Arendt and the Abstract Expressionist Response to the Second World War -- Foreknowledge, Free Will and Modal Logic -- Nothing In or Out of the World is All Good or All Bad, All Gods Included -- Index of Names


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