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Newsletter of Phenomenology – Issue 592 (February 2021)

Call for Papers

Phainomenon: revista de fenomenologia vol.31 : Phenomenology and literature

Deadline: 21st Mar 2021

Open Theology vol.7 : Phenomenology of Religious Experience V

Deadline: 31st Mar 2021

24th Annual International Conference (30th Sep – 2nd October 2021, Millersville, United States of America)

Deadline: 1st Apr 2021

Social ontology and objective spirit: classical and contemporary perspectives (28th May 2021, Online, Switzerland)

Deadline: 18th Apr 2021

Phenomenology and Sociality (2nd – 4th December 2021, Ljubljana, Slovenia)

Deadline: 31st May 2021

Phenomenology and sociality. The 6th Conference of the Central and East European Society for Phenomenology (2nd – 4th December 2021, Ljubljana, Slovenia)

Deadline: 31st May 2021

Ekstasis: Revista de Hermenéutica y Fenomenología vol.10/2 : Fenomenología y hermenéutica en América Latina

Deadline: 15th Jun 2021

Metodo vol.9/2 : Reification

Deadline: 31st Jul 2021

Discipline Filosofiche vol.31/2 : Intuition and its forms

Deadline: 15th Aug 2021

The Journal of French and Francophone Philosophy vol.29 : Jan Patočka and French philosophy

Deadline: 15th Aug 2021

Études phénoménologiques – Phenomenological Studies vol.7 : The many faces of alterity

Deadline: 1st Oct 2021

Humanities vol.n/a : Merleau-Ponty and literature

Deadline: 15th Oct 2021

Studia Phaenomenologica vol.22 : Gestures

Deadline: 15th Nov 2021

Upcoming Events

Phenomenology & Ethics

23rd – 25th Apr 2021
Boston, United States of America

First-Person Science of Consciousness. Methodological Issues and Fields of Application

6th – 8th May 2021
Witten, Germany

BACK to the THINGS THEMSELVES!

31st May – 4th Jun 2021
Edmonton, Canada

The Experience of the Stranger: The Struggle to Find a Home and the Struggle to Welcome the Stranger

4th – 6th Jun 2021
St. Louis, United States of America

Paul Ricœur on Collective Identities

15th – 17th Nov 2021
Trier, Germany

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New Books & Translations

Horsten T.
Der Pater und der Philosoph: Die abenteuerliche Rettung von Husserls Vermächtnis (trans. Müller-Haas Marlene)

Galiani, 2021

Cohen-Levinas D., Moati R. (eds)
Du bruit et du sensible: La pensée de Jocelyn Benoist

Hermann, 2021

Bronner S.E.
Existentialism, authenticity, solidarity

Routledge, 2020

Miron R. (ed)
Hedwig Conrad-Martius: The phenomenological gateway to reality

Springer, 2021

Grondin J. (ed)
Herméneutique et métaphysique: Une articulation renouvelée?

Le Cercle Herméneutique, 2020

Cohen J. , Zagury-Orly R.
L’Adversaire privilégié

Galilée, 2021

Romano C.
L’événement et le monde

PUF, 2021

Cohen-Levinas D., Schnell A. (eds)
Levinas lecteur de Heidegger

Vrin, 2021

Sepp H.R. (ed)
Natur und Kosmos: Entwürfe der frühen Phänomenologie

Bautz, 2020

Creely E., Southcott J., Carabott K., Lyons D. (eds)
Phenomenological inquiry in education: theories, practices, provocations and directions

Routledge, 2020

d’Alfonso M. , Moreau P. (eds)
Phénoménologie et marxisme: Perspectives historiques et legs théoriques

CNRS, 2021

Ferrarello S. (ed)
Phenomenology of bioethics: technoethics and lived-experience

Springer, 2021

Soueltzis N.
Protention in Husserl’s phenomenology

Springer, 2021

Jacobs H. (ed)
The Husserlian mind

Routledge, 2021

Fujita C.
The pedagogy of special needs education: phenomenology of sameness and difference

Routledge, 2020

CfP Studia Phaenomenologica vol. 22 / 2022: GESTURES

Guest Editors: Christian Ferencz-Flatz & Delia Popa In recent years, gestures have moved into the center stage of theoretical interest. Prepared by various forays in the field of psychology, sociology, anthropology, and linguistics, which led to an increased focus...

Nicolae Turcan, “Liturgy and Apophaticism”, Religions 12(9), 2021

The Orthodox liturgy is a religious phenomenon that can be analyzed phenomenologically and theologically alike, given the emphasis that both phenomenology and Orthodox theology place on experience. By proposing the Kingdom of God instead of the natural world without...