CfP Studia Phaenomenologica vol. 23 (2023): Phenomenologies of the image

Editors: Emmanuel Alloa and Cristian Ciocan The 2023 issue of Studia Phaenomenologica will be dedicated to the question of the image and its phenomenologies. Images have been a remarkably constant preoccupation for the phenomenological tradition. From Husserl’s...

Lucian Ionel, “Acquiring reason”, European Journal of Philosophy, 2022

In the last decades, there has been a far-reaching debate about whether reason is a natural power of the human animal or a socio-historical achievement. This paper brings out and criticizes two paradigmatic views of reason entangled in that dilemma: the substantive...

Mădălina Diaconu, “Collectors, Collecting and Non-collectibles. Between Everyday Aesthetics and Aestheticism”, ESPES. The Slovak Journal of Aesthetics, Vol. 10, No. 2, 2021

Collecting goes beyond art collecting and seems to meet a more general need. Although it originally aided survival and has predecessors in the animal world, the gesture of collecting has complex motivations. After exploring the collector’s psychology and the...

Denisa Butnaru, “Temporarily Abled: How Exoskeleton Experience Reinvents Bodies in Spinal Cord Injury and Cerebrovascular Accidents”, NanoEthics, 2021

Recent achievements in rehabilitative robotics modify essential parameters of the human body, such as motility. Exoskeletons used for persons with neurological impairments like spinal cord injury and stroke enter this category by rehabilitating and assisting damaged...

Remus Breazu, “Heidegger’s Phenomenological Concept of Violence”, The Southern Journal of Philosophy (ahead of print 2021).

This article accounts for Heidegger’s phenomenological concept of violence from the period of Being and Time. Violence is relevant for Heidegger in two different contexts: (i) methodological, where we speak of hermeneutic violence, and (ii) thematic, where we...

Ovidiu Stanciu, “The shattering of meaning. Jan Patočka and his triple concept of history”, Continental Philosophy Review, 2021

My paper aims at laying out the main tenets of Patočka’s unusual and highly provocative position with regard to the question of history, drawing essentially on his Heretical Essays on the Philosophy of History, while also gathering insights from other works such...

Larisa Cercel & Marco Agnetta (eds.) Text Performances and Cultural Transfer / Textperformances und Kulturtransfer (Zeta Books, 2021)

As is well known, a text is a speech act, namely the realisation and initiation of linguistic potentialities. Although a text can be described as an independent entity, it only becomes effective in concrete situations of use. One and the same linguistic product can...

Larisa Cercel et alii (ed.) Engaging with Translation. New Readings of George Steiner’s After Babel (Zeta Books, 2021)

George Steiner was a peerless scholar of literature and, with After Babel, first published in 1975, he made an enormously significant contribution to the study of translation. The present volume assembles a dozen distinguished scholars of translation, all of whom...

Nr. 10-11 (187-188) / octombrie-noiembrie 2021

Nr. 10-11 (187-188) / octombrie-noiembrie 2021 Newsletterul de filozofie românească este un buletin informativ editat de Societatea Română de Fenomenologie (SRF), coordonat de Cristian Ciocan și Iulia Mîțu. Acest buletin informativ conține anunțuri despre...

About Romanian Society for Phenomenology

The Romanian Society for Phenomenology was founded in 2000 to promote research in phenomenology, coordinate the development of this discipline in Romania, and help constitute a specialized phenomenological community in Romania.

The Society is a founding member of the Organization of the Phenomenological Organizations.

OUR PROJECTS

The aim of the society is to promote the phenomenology in Romania, by organizing conferences, seminars, and workshops, and by stimulating a professional community of researchers. The main publication of the Romanian Society for Phenomenology is the international yearbook Studia Phaenomenologica, founded in 2001.

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