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Rodolphe Gasché

that case, however, rather than being the ultimate outcome of the process of un-living, “the conclusive theoretical characterization of the mere something as such” falls entirely outside the phased order, though in such a way that the conclusion can be motivated by any particular phase ( BP 113–14). Th

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Zachary Simpson

opening between a living being and the exte- rior world; as desire, life seeks out exteriority without limit. “Desire is fundamentally the desire for the world; the life of the living subject is accom- plished only as an unfolding of a world, and there is a world only for a living 30) Ibid. 31) Renaud

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Exile in the Flow of Time

On Memory and Immortality in Plato’s Republic

Claudia Baracchi

temporal dimensions at once. They display the visionary, poetic quality considered above, simultaneously accessing what was, is, and will be. In the comprehensive flow of life all living beings, all forms of life and modes of animation, come to be out of each other, hesitate for a while, and again fade

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Jason Kemp Winfree

culmination of his thought into a sort of Hauptwerk , read- ers familiar with Scott’s trajectory over the last fifteen to twenty years will notice the persistence of a set of concerns that have for some time motivated his uniquely original voice. Th e question of ethics, memory, the middle voice, appearing

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Rodolphe Gasché

beauty. Just as I did in the case of Kant, I wish to place a speciŽ c passage at the center of my discussion of natural beauty in Hegel’s aesthetics. rodolphe gasché 110 After having established that animal life is “the summit of natural beauty,” 10 Hegel writes: The living thing still lacks freedom

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George E. Oberlander

subject matter for phenomenological research, and that this view can lead ultimately to a conception of the experiencing subject as an interiority, a mental sub- stance. Let me try and substantiate this more fully. In his attempt rationally to motivate the "transcendental turn," Husserl formulated three

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Sebastian Luft

noematic (the world) or the noetic (the subjective, living) aspect. The noetic-noematic structure des- ignates the correlational a priori in its universal form. 13 It signi fi es the essential relatedness of world and conscious life. The correlate to the life-world is that mode of living in which this life

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Bernard P. Dauenhauer

severing or a detaching from absorption in the set of actual and possible expressions in which I had been living. This is a change in interest of a radical sort. The set of motivated determinate expressions together with its inner horizon in which I had been living is in principle inexhaustible. That is

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Ludwig Landgrebe, Donn Welton, Deborah Chaffin and Deborah Chaffin

philosophic science of the life-world should be the invariant style of world-life which governs all worlds, that is, it should be a common basic structure of all ways of living in the world. On the other hand, life-world should be "concrete universality." Husserl also characterized this universality as "a

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Fred Kersten

daily life is con- cerned, the objectivities constituted in scientific thinking make up a dimension of what Alfred Schutz called the system of socially approved typifications in terms of which the common-sense experience of man living his everyday life within it interprets the social world and its