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Cristian Ciocan & Paul Marinescu – Introduction: On Conflict and Violence (Studia Phaenomenologica, 2019)

In the world we live in, the presence of violence is undeniable: its phenomenal field spreads from extreme forms of destruction, which often set the bloody milestones of our history, to expressions entangled in our everyday life. Equally undeniable is the destabilizing effect that the experience of violence has on those who are involved, under different hypostases, as victims, actors, or witnesses. Indeed, throughout the experience of violence—regardless of its historical or everyday expression—the constitutive dimensions of subjectivity get distorted in relationship with the body, affectivity and understanding, otherness, spatiality, and temporality. [Full text]

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Newsletter of Phenomenology – Number 588 (October 2020)

Call for Papers Review of Philosophy and Psychology vol.12: Hostile emotions Deadline: 31st Oct 2020 Studia Phaenomenologica vol.21: From witnessing to testimony Deadline: 15th Nov 2020 Studia Heideggeriana vol.10: Phenomenology of the self Deadline: 15th Jan 2021 The...