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TitleThe Passions of the Soul in the Metamorphosis of Becoming [electronic resource] / edited by Anna-Teresa Tymieniecka
ImprintDordrecht : Springer Netherlands : Imprint: Springer, 2003
Connect tohttp://dx.doi.org/10.1007/978-94-017-0229-4
Descript XLIV, 251 p. 1 illus. online resource

SUMMARY

Over the millennia, philosophy has sought the ultimate understanding of the full human horizon of existence as well as of human destiny and the ultimate sense of it All. The innumerable attempts to grasp the answers to these questions, each taking its own approach and having its own preconceptions, have engendered a range of different philosophical approaches, one so broad that seemingly unbridgeable rifts impede possible, cross-fertilizing communication. And yet the themes of all of them, e.g., the immeasurable cosmos, life, the individual being bearing life, the human person within his or her world, and his or her longings to transcend that world, the human mind, its pragmatic/cognitive tools, creative, speculative pursuits, remain constants. The logos they all share is one. It is not that no vicarious sharing of intuitive glimpses by the proponents of the varied doctrines and methods in question occurs. The history of philosophy is in fact marked by the juxtaposing of theories and approaches having different trajectories and by the mixing of insights, the crossing of borders, etc. However, what is greatly needed is in-depth comparison of the various doctrines and a reflection on the contrasting, opposing, clashing perspectives that seeks foundations for all of them in the human, creative condition, in that microcosm that extends its tentacles toward the two great infmities: the external infmity of the cosmos and the internal infinity of transcending destiny


CONTENT

The Human Soul in the Metamorphosis of life -- Phenomenology of Soul in Mull? Sadr?โ{128}{153}s School -- The In-Between Reflections on the Soul in the Teachings of Ibn โ{128}{152}Arab? -- The Three Movements of the Soul According to Anna-Teresa Tymieniecka -- The Human Being and its Soul in Edith Stein -- Avicennaโ{128}{153}s De Anima, Between Aristotle and Husserl -- Avicennaโ{128}{153}s (Ibn S?n?) Phenomenological Analysis of How the Soul (Nafs) Knows Itself (โ{128}{152}ilm al-h?dรผri) -- Intentionality in Husserl and Mull? Sadr? -- Some Notes on the Problem of Mental Existence in Islamic Philosophy -- The Copulative Existence -- Good and Evil in Islamic Neo-confucianism -- Gadamer on the Cultic -- Soul, Body and the Spirit โ{128}{148}Phenomenology of Medicine -- The Bow of Heraclitus: A Reflection on the Language of Becoming -- The Distinctio Realis Between Essence and Existence in the Philosophy of Thomas Aquinas -- Concurrence between Husserlโ{128}{153}s Conception of the Essence and Duns Scotusโ{128}{153} Theory of Common Nature -- Essence and Existence in Phenomenological Ontology: Roman Ingarden -- The Polarity of Existence and Essence According to Shaykh Ahmad al-Ahs?โ{128}{153}? -- Unveiling the hidden, On the Meditations of Descartes and Ghazzali -- A Shared Quest Between Islamic Philosophy and Phenomenology -- Appendix/ Programs of Two Symposia Held in the Instituteโ{128}{153}s Program of Islamic Philosophy and Occidental Phenomenology in a Dialogue at the American Philosophical Association Meetings of December 2000 and December 2001 -- Index of Names


Philosophy Metaphysics Philosophy Asian Phenomenology Philosophy Phenomenology History of Philosophy Non-Western Philosophy Metaphysics



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