HORIZON. Studies in Phenomenology

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    Duty and Moral World-View in “the Phenmenology of Spirit” and Phenomenological Critique of Ding an Sich.Mikhail Belousov - 2023 - HORIZON. Studies in Phenomenology 12 (2):502-530.
    The question of the world in itself — the world beyond its correlation with experience in the broadest sense — is one of the sore points of phenomenology and becomes especially acute in the light of modern discussions around correlationism. These discussions, in one way or another, make phenomenology come around to the classical distinction between the phenomenon and the thing-in-itself, with the help of which Kant outlines the field of ethics as a special world lying on the other side (...)
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    The Reception of Phenomenology in Argentina by Eugenio Pucciarelli: His Ideal of a Militant and Humanist Philosophy Underpinned by a Pluralistic Conception of Reason and Time.Irene Breuer - 2023 - HORIZON. Studies in Phenomenology 12 (2):398-432.
    This paper focuses on the Argentine philosopher Eugenio Pucciarelli (1907–1995) and his critical reception of phenomenology. It introduces to his contribution to phenomenology in the context of its early reception in Argentina and addresses the following issues: 1) the mission of philosophy, the various ways of accessing its essence, in particular those of Scheler, Dilthey and Husserl, 2) his reception of Husserl as far as the ideals of science and reason are concerned, 3) the crisis of reason 4) his pluralistic (...)
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    The Philosopher and His Philosophies. Ortega, Husserlian Phenomenology and Beyond.Jesús M. Díaz Álvarez & Jorge Brioso - 2023 - HORIZON. Studies in Phenomenology 12 (2):285-301.
    This article tries to unravel some of the main clues provided by Ortega on his understanding of philosophy. The thesis we defend is that the Spanish philosopher maintains two slightly different answers concerning the question what is philosophy, though Ortega does not acknowledge them in the explicit narrative of his thinking. This, we believe, creates tensions in his late second philosophical model, as he does not fully break away from certain “adherence” or “mannerisms” associated to his early model. In this (...)
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    The Reception of Phenomenology in Spain and Latin America. Overview.Jesús M. Díaz Álvarez & Jesús Guillermo Ferrer Ortega - 2023 - HORIZON. Studies in Phenomenology 12 (2):263-269.
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    Juan David García Bacca’s Reading of Transcendental Phenomenology. From Intentional Consciousness to Death-Fighting Consciousness.Jesús Guillermo Ferrer Ortega - 2023 - HORIZON. Studies in Phenomenology 12 (2):382-397.
    The Navarre-Venezuelan philosopher Juan David García Bacca is one of the most notable and original figures of Spanish-speaking thought, although his work has not yet received the attention it deserves. One of the pillars of his philosophy consists of what he calls a transfinite anthropology that considers man as an entity that strives to enhance his being. This anthropological approach is based on a phenomenology of nature that emphasizes the becoming and the transformations that man effects in the world. In (...)
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    Constitution of Meaning Vs Discovery of Reality: How is Transcendental Phenomenology Possible Today 2.0?Alexander Frolov - 2023 - HORIZON. Studies in Phenomenology 12 (2):554-569.
    This article attempts to outline the contours of a transcendental phenomenology that would retain the intuition of a healthy realism. In this connection it is proposed to reinterpret the Husserlian notion of constitution, presenting constitution as a discover of reality. A distinction is made between strong and weak versions of constitution. It is constitution in the weak sense that combines, in our opinion, with the realist attitude. In order to achieve the above-mentioned goal (to present constitution as discovery), the Husserlian (...)
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    Are There Traces of Phenomenology in Zubiri’s Naturaleza, Historia, Dios?Miguel García-baró López - 2023 - HORIZON. Studies in Phenomenology 12 (2):327-339.
    This article deals with the reception of phenomenology by Xavier Zubiri, one of the most important figures of 20th century Spanish philosophy. During his lifetime Zubiri published few books, but he left an immense legacy of courses and manuscripts. Among the most important published works is the book Naturaleza, Historia, Dios. Zubiri explains there his critical reception of phenomenology: he subscribes to it, insofar as it is a philosophy of things themselves. But this evaluation of phenomenology is at the same (...)
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    Phenomenology and Anthropology. From Eduardo Nicol’s Contributions.César Gómez Algarra - 2023 - HORIZON. Studies in Phenomenology 12 (2):362-381.
    This paper discusses why the work of Eduardo Nicol, still not translated and mostly unknown outside of the Hispanic context, deserves more attention, for two main reasons. First, the novelty of his meditations concerning phenomenology, following the steps of Husserl and Heidegger, but taking a different turn. Furthermore, several scholars have noted how his phenomenological project intertwines with the anthropological question, fostering a new approach to the question concerning “who are we?”. Our aim is to explore how Nicol, while setting (...)
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    The Emergence of Reality: Zubiri Before Meeting Heidegger.Antonio González - 2023 - HORIZON. Studies in Phenomenology 12 (2):302-326.
    It is common to assume of an “objectivist” stage of Zubiri, prior to his meeting with Heidegger in Freiburg. However, if we analyze Zubiri’s philosophy before his stay in Freiburg, we already find a “metaphysical” orientation, and not merely an objectivist one. This orientation is intrinsically related to the early appearance of the notion of “reality” in his courses. The appearance of his concept of reality is at least partially motivated by Zubiri’s early reading of Heidegger’s habilitation thesis on Duns (...)
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    The review of the all-Russian scientific conference with internatopnal participation “alеshin academic Readings — 2022: Philosophy as a way of life. Dedicated to the 30th anniversary of the faculty of philosophy of the Russian state university for the humanities” (december 15–17, 2022, moscow, Russia). [REVIEW]Svetlana Konacheva, Andrei Patkul & Anna I. Reznichenko - 2023 - HORIZON. Studies in Phenomenology 12 (2):580-595.
    Our paper is an overview of the anniversary All-Russian scientific conference with international participation “Aleshin Academic Readings — 2022: Philosophy as a Way of Life. Dedicated to the 30th Anniversary of the Faculty of Philosophy of the Russian State University for the Humanities,” which was held at this faculty from December 15 to 17, 2022. The first day of its work was devoted to plenary reports, the other two days were connected with the work of sections and workshops. Speakers from (...)
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    The Transcendental and the Mundane Spheres: Are They Really Ontologically Disctinct?Stathis Livadas - 2023 - HORIZON. Studies in Phenomenology 12 (2):479-501.
    As implied by the title this article deals with a key question running through the history of philosophy virtually since antiquity. This is the question of the relationship, on ontological grounds, of the transcendental and the mundane “universes” to the extent that the nature of transcendence, even as detached from the metaphysical sphere and recalibrated in terms of immanence in the broadly conceived subjectivist tradition, it is still a highly controversial issue primarily in continental philosophy. This is especially true in (...)
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    A Spanish Conception of the Phenomenology of Existence.Maria Carmen López Saenz - 2023 - HORIZON. Studies in Phenomenology 12 (2):340-361.
    The “phenomenology of existence” is one of the contemporary currents of philosophy which have developed taking existence as its central concern. The purpose of this article is to present my conception of this fundamental field of phenomenological research. In order to do this, I will analyze phenomenology of existence in the double sense of the genitive or better as a bidirectional phenomenological- existential movement; that is to say, on the one hand, I will explore the sense and scope of phenomenology (...)
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    Auditory Image: Phenomenological Localization of the Problem.Anastasia Medova - 2023 - HORIZON. Studies in Phenomenology 12 (2):531-553.
    The article aims to concretize the phenomenological account concerning the problem of an auditory image. The author considers auditory imagery as a scientific object and compares different treatments of the problem to fix the potential and advantages of its phenomenological interpretation. In the first stage of the study, the author distinguishes the key characteristics of the image by means the lexical analysis. This is the perceptual (predominantly visual) nature of an image, integrality, and essentiality (image as an idea). In the (...)
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    I HAVE ALL SORTS OF VOICES IN MY HEAD MEDITATIONS ON GEORGY CHERNAVIN's BOOK THE CONSCIENCE's DOUBLE Chernavin G. The Conscience’s Double. Moscow, 2023. (In press). [REVIEW]Maxim Miroshnichenko - 2023 - HORIZON. Studies in Phenomenology 12 (2):596-611.
    The review analyzes the book The Conscience’s Double by Georgy Chernavin. I focus on the concepts of false twins of conscience, guilt, and duty in the extended context of philosophical and artistic discourse. The problem of the difference between conscience and its ersatz forms, which give rise to a distorted ethical consciousness, is considered. The main emphasis is opportunistic conscience, neurotic guilt, and false debt. The review suggests that Chernavin’s book studies the “sad theory” of moral disorientation and requires the (...)
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    The Case of Schelling’s Libertarian Anarchism. A Phenomenological Analysis of Insurmountability of the Particular Will in the Years 1809-1810.Juan José Rodríguez - 2023 - HORIZON. Studies in Phenomenology 12 (2):457-478.
    This paper refers to the connection between the metaphysical duality of ground and existence and inner dynamic of the particular will of man. We will analyse how the metaphysical monism, which Schelling attributes to Spinoza and later to Hegel, is responsible for the abolition of the freedom of the human individual, because it does not account for the existence of evil, and consequently reduces it to the existence of a higher order reference system that over and predetermines the individual (1). (...)
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    Ortega y Gasset and the Question of the Body.Agustín Serrano de Haro - 2023 - HORIZON. Studies in Phenomenology 12 (2):270-284.
    My essay is devoted to the very early and attractive understanding of the lived body in Ortega y Gasset’s thought. I focus especially on the text “Vitality, Soul, Spirit” of 1925, which can be considered a proto-phenomenological approach to the issue of embodiment. Ortega identifies “vitality” with “the intrabody” and makes the latter the founding dimension of subjectivity, at the basis of the affective sphere (“soul”) and at the basis of the intellectual and volitional sphere (“spirit”). In a manner very (...)
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    Тhe review of тhe inтernaтional scienтific workshop “тhe тranscendenтal тurn in modern philosophy — 8: Тranscendenтal meтaphysics, episтemology, transcendental cognitive science and arificial intelligence” (april 20–22, 2023, moscow, russia). [REVIEW]Anna Shiyan - 2023 - HORIZON. Studies in Phenomenology 12 (2):570-579.
    This article presents a review of papers of the international scientific seminar “Transcendental Turn in Modern Philosophy — 8: Metaphysics, epistemology, transcendental cognitive science and artificial intelligence,” which was held on April 20–22, 2023 in Moscow. The topics reviewed were the following: “Transcendental Philosophy: Ontology, Metaphysics of Experience or Epistemology,” “Transcendentalism, Cognitive Science and Artificial Intelligence,” “Reception and Development of Transcendental (Phenomenological) Approach in Modern Philosophy,” as well as “Transcendental Phenomenology: Ontology and/or Gnoseology”. The author analyzes the presentations of the (...)
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    Pro-creative function of productive imagination in kant’s first critique. Discussion remark on the book of Saulius Geniusas “phenomenology of productive imagination: Embodiment, language, subjectivity” (ibidem-verlag, stuttgart, 2021. Isbn-13: 978-3-8382-1552-5). [REVIEW]Natalia Artemenko - 2023 - HORIZON. Studies in Phenomenology 12 (1):216-234.
    The aim of our “discussion remark” is not to present a critical review on the book written by S. Geniusas, a brilliant study notable by its extreme painstakingness, historical sensitivity and terminological accuracy, but rather to delve deeply into the origins of phenomenological understanding of productive imagination, i.e., to turn “back to Kant”, given in Saulius Geniusas’ book (the first chapter) for introductory reason. We proceed from S. Geniusas remark that productive imagination establishes a relation between different abilities, reconciles the (...)
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    Husserl and Derrida on the Process of Sense Formation—Gaps and Excesses.Irene Breuer - 2023 - HORIZON. Studies in Phenomenology 12 (1):74-102.
    This paper deals with the problem of the origin of sense and meaning. For Husserl, the determination of the ideal identity of something new can only take place retroactively in the totality of the preceding series by stepping back towards the original foundation of sense. In this regard, J. Derrida questions the ideality of the same as presence and the possibility of retrieving any arché of sense in his writings Speech and Phenomena and Edmund Husserl’s Origin of Geometry. Phenomenology is (...)
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    A Phenomenological and a Poststructuralist Reading of Being and Time (Sections 54–60).Georgy Chernavin - 2023 - HORIZON. Studies in Phenomenology 12 (1):159-172.
    The article builds on Husserl’s “trivial” observations from the manuscript Reason — Science. Reason and Morality — Reason and Metaphysics on the topic of conscience, to then question the neglect of the topic of misguided conscience or self-deception in Heidegger’s model of conscience from §§ 54–60 of Being and Time. In Heidegger’s conception of conscience (as a silent call appealing to the authenticity of Dasein) we will not find a number of points important to the Husserlian understanding of conscience: neither (...)
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    Writing as a Model of Cultural Sedimentation and Memory: Ferraris, Derrida and Husserl.Dalius Jonkus - 2023 - HORIZON. Studies in Phenomenology 12 (1):103-114.
    Despite their creativity, cultural actions are not established out of nothing. They are based on previous actions, their passive or active memory, and extension. Sedimentation is the depositing of sediments that occurs during certain processes. They testify to the processes that have taken place and themselves become significant links or traces. Different layers of sediment are formed, which testify to past events, which have structures in the present. The best-known phenomenological concept of sedimentation was formulated in Husserl’s text The Origin (...)
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    From Structure to Style. Merleau-Ponty.Abbed Kanoor - 2023 - HORIZON. Studies in Phenomenology 12 (1):9-29.
    In this article I try to show that there is an evolution in Merleau-Ponty’s understanding of the concept structure. Structure is neither an entity nor an a priori principle, but the expression of certain configurations of sense and meaning. There is a transition from a static to a dynamic approach, paralleling a movement from a philosophy of structure to a philosophy of individuation. There exists for each individual a general structure of behavior as a unity expressed in certain constants of (...)
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    Schellingian Motives in M. Richir’s Phenomenology: Phenomenological Unconsciousness and Transcendental Hypnose.Kate Khan - 2023 - HORIZON. Studies in Phenomenology 12 (1):195-215.
    The article provides a philosophical reconstruction of the composition of key motives in the phenomenological project of Mark Richir, who is known for his criticism of the symbolic institution. Following Richir’s deep inspiration in Schelling’s philosophy allows to find connections between his theory of the phenomenological unconscious and affectivity, his commentaries concerning Greek mythology and mythological thinking in La Naissance de Dieux—and his political theory. Along with general historical and philosophical comments on a number of translations of Schelling into French, (...)
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    Derrida’s Other Transcendental Aesthetic.Carlos Lobo - 2023 - HORIZON. Studies in Phenomenology 12 (1):48-73.
    By going back to the starting point of Derrida’s debates with some of the main representatives of structuralism in France, I propose to highlight the ambiguities that cover the very notion of structure, and to take the measure of the exact role that the reference to phenomenology plays then and will continue to play thereafter. Among these ambiguities: the one that touches the mathematical notion of structure, central in the triumphant structuralist mathematical current in France at that time; and especially: (...)
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    “La Differance” and “Rien Enroule”: Young Marc Richir Reads Derrida.Denis Mikhaylov - 2023 - HORIZON. Studies in Phenomenology 12 (1):141-158.
    This paper analyzes the influence of J. Derrida’s philosophy on the early thought of French phenomenologist M. Richir. Main texts for the analysis are Derrida’s report « La Différance » and the article « Le Rien Enroulé » by Richir. The author stresses their deep figurative and substantive interconnectedness. Thus, Richir borrows from Derrida a number of key philosophical figures, including the figure of différance itself, and applies them to phenomenological landscape through the “first-person” narrative. Having examined the correlation between (...)
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    Phénoménologie Ou Structuralisme. Foucault, Derrida Et la Synthèse Passive.Vittorio Perego - 2023 - HORIZON. Studies in Phenomenology 12 (1):30-47.
    Foucault and Derrida react in two different ways to the new paradigm imposed by structuralism. Foucault uses structuralism to overcome phenomenology, in fact structuralism shows the naivety of phenomenology, in its claim to rely on conscience to constitute meaning. Instead, Derrida on the contrary immediately nurtures a certain distrust of structuralism, especially in its philosophical ambitions and uses the resources of phenomenology to criticize it, showing the metaphysical implications operating in it. We want to show how this opposing position is (...)
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    The Phenomenological Outlook on Critique of Ideology.Maria Stenina - 2023 - HORIZON. Studies in Phenomenology 12 (1):173-194.
    The article further elaborates on a project of phenomenological critique of ideology and reveals its potential for the discourse of literature. Since the paradigm of studying ideology as a ‘false consciousness’ set in classical Marxism run into several problems connected with the transition from being in ideology to performing its critique, a genuine way out of it became impossible due to the totality of a discursive structure common to them. The articulation of this paradox in Karl Mannheim, Louis Althusser, Paul (...)
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    Secret of “Always Already” (of the Lost Trace of Phenomenology) in Deconstruction of Derrida.Anton Vavilov - 2023 - HORIZON. Studies in Phenomenology 12 (1):115-140.
    Based on key texts of Derrida as well as his interviews and recently published seminars the article presents a “micrological” analysis of deconstructivist thought in the context of its appeal to phenomenology of Husserl and fundamental ontology of Heidegger. Derrida begins his intellectual path with a reflection on the most important topics of Husserlian phenomenology and discovers in the descriptions of temporalization a paradoxical movement of the immanent self-deconstruction of phenomenology. It from within undermines its own basic principle of the (...)
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