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  1.  1
    Crisis of Sciences and Phenomenology: Overcoming or Radicalization?Mikhail Belousov - 2022 - HORIZON. Studies in Phenomenology 11 (1):40-72.
    In his late works Husserl interprets the crisis of European sciences as the loss of their meaning for life. The diagnosis seems to suggest therapeutic strategy: to overcome the crisis, phenomenology must return to the evidences of the life-world. The article argues that the husserlian strategy of overcoming the crisis consists not in the elimination of the break with the prescientific evidences of the natural attitude, but, on the contrary, in the radicalization of the breach. Thus, I want to show (...)
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  2. V. Seseman’s “Pure Knowledge” Concept.Vladimir Belov - 2022 - HORIZON. Studies in Phenomenology 11 (1):190-207.
    Although the concept of “pure knowledge” is one of the most interesting and singular concepts in the philosophical work of Vasily Seseman, it can only be presented after a comprehensive analysis of the philosopher’s numerous works devoted to ontological, epistemological and logical problems. Seseman believes that the main philosophical trends at the beginning of the twentieth century, namely neo-Kantianism, intuitionism and phenomenology, could not present this concept, although they did try. According to the philosopher, the main reason for the inability (...)
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    Thomas Hobbes on Betrayal of the Fatherland.Petar Bojanić - 2022 - HORIZON. Studies in Phenomenology 11 (1):421-440.
    My intention is to demonstrate how Hobbes’ attempts to adapt two ancient institutions from Roman Law to his own time and knowledge of theology and philosophy. Treason could be quite significant within the context of Hobbes’ understanding of the figure of the sovereign and sovereignty. The central part of the text is an endeavor to ascertain the source and unconditional condition for treason as such, within the framework of Hobbes’ theory of representation which he writes about in Chapter 16 of (...)
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    Hegel’s Doctrine of Space and Time, Presented on the Basis of Two Revised Lecture Notes.Wolfgang Bonsiepen - 2022 - HORIZON. Studies in Phenomenology 11 (1):306-342.
    The article is devoted to the genesis of Hegel’s philosophy of nature. It shows us that the formation of the natural philosophical views of the German philosopher took place not only in a speculative way, in the critical reception of Schelling’s works, but, first of all and for the most part, was predetermined by Hegel’s own interest in natural science and acquaintance with some prominent scientists of that time. The focus of the paper is on the evolution of the first (...)
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    The Paradoxes of Analogical Representation: The Original and a Copy in Phenomenological Imagination Theory.Elena Drozhetskaya - 2022 - HORIZON. Studies in Phenomenology 11 (1):208-228.
    This article deals with a phenomenological standpoint on paradoxicality of image-consciousness, i.e., an analogical representation in which an image possesses material support. Contrary to tradition, E. Husserl thought of imagination as being both an intuitive and a mediate act. Husserl’s opinion results from paradoxical nature of an image itself: an image appears but it doesn’t exist, while the exhibited thing does exist but doesn’t appear in proper sense. The paradoxicality of an image results in its double conflict — with actual (...)
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    The Preface to the Translation of W.Bonzipen’s Article “Hegel’s Doctrine of Space and Time, Presented on the Basis of Two Revised Lecture Notes”.Anton Fomin & Alexander Frolov - 2022 - HORIZON. Studies in Phenomenology 11 (1):298-305.
    The article is devoted to the genesis of Hegel’s philosophy of nature. It shows us that the formation of the natural philosophical views of the German philosopher took place not only in a speculative way, in the critical reception of Schelling’s works, but, first of all and for the most part, was predetermined by Hegel’s own interest in natural science and acquaintance with some prominent scientists of that time. The focus of the paper is on the evolution of the first (...)
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    War as a Phenomenological Theme: Methodological and Metaphysical Considerations.Saulius Geniusas - 2022 - HORIZON. Studies in Phenomenology 11 (1):379-401.
    The paper is guided by three goals. First, it shows that the methodological standpoint of classical Husserlian phenomenology provides us with reliable tools to resist the grand narratives that proliferate during times of war. Second, it demonstrates that phenomenology provides much-needed methodological support for hermeneutically-oriented reflections on war. Third, it shows how the gruesome reality of World War One introduced a practical turn in Husserl’s phenomenology by forcing Husserl to rethink the relation between phenomenology and metaphysics. Tracing the development of (...)
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    Lectures on Philosophy of Nature From the Winter Semester 1821/22, Represented on the Basis of Two Anonymous Revised Lecture Notes. Fragments. The Doctrine of Space and Time. [REVIEW]Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel, Anton Fomin & Alexander Frolov - 2022 - HORIZON. Studies in Phenomenology 11 (1):343-378.
  9. Temporality of the “Porous Self” by J.Rivera.Sergei Komarov & Darya Khomutova - 2022 - HORIZON. Studies in Phenomenology 11 (1):248-275.
    The article analyzes the philosophical concept of the “porous self” of J. Rivera. The originality of this concept in the post-phenomenological project is determined by the role of theological constructions that modify the primal experience of self-consciousness. This modification allows us to interpret the phenomenological description of the human self as different from the classical — “porous” temporality, i.e., correlating through “two entrances”—the internal and external—with eternity. Within this approach, the primary phenomenon of the constitution of the "porous" self becomes (...)
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  10. Arguing for the “Destruction” of the a Priori. The Prompts From Husserlian Phenomenology.Stathis Livadas - 2022 - HORIZON. Studies in Phenomenology 11 (1):114-140.
    This article argues against the concept of a priori and essence as they have been traditionally thematized in the course of the old metaphysical-idealist tradition. Specifically, I argue against the existence of an ontological a priori, often endowed with metaphysical-platonic connotations, by attempting to “relocate” it in the subjective sphere and thus reduce it to the being and modes of being of a transcendental subjectivity. To do so, I will be appealing to a phenomenological, Husserlian approach, while pointing to a (...)
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  11. Alterity, Facticity and Foundation of Finite Freedom in Levinas. A Comparison with Fichte.Giulio Marchegiani - 2022 - HORIZON. Studies in Phenomenology 11 (1):73-92.
    Starting with the emphasis that Levinas puts on the role of otherness in the constitution of subjective dimension, this paper discusses how the articulation of this process and the consequences that derive from it recall specifically Fichtean themes. Although the relation between Levinas and Fichte has not been thoroughly examined in the literature yet, it can nevertheless be shown that themes such as the “call” of the subject from the outside, from the unattainable dimension of an otherness irreducible to any (...)
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    Epoche and Anxiety. Neutralization of the World or the Imitation of Experience?Victor Molchanov - 2022 - HORIZON. Studies in Phenomenology 11 (1):11-26.
    This article discusses Husserl’s “epoche” and “phenomenological reduction” and early Heidegger’s “fear” and “anxiety” from a conceptual and terminological point of view. The basis for comparing “epoche” and “fear” is their main function of neutralizing the world. The author also considers the way of correlating the epoche and anxiety as philosophical concepts with three types of realizable experience that served as their source. The main points and stages of the introduction of the term “epoche” are highlighted; the main functional differences (...)
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    Wittgenstein’s Disappearing Idealism.Garris Rogonyan - 2022 - HORIZON. Studies in Phenomenology 11 (1):229-247.
    The article examines some well-known attempts to consider Ludwig Wittgenstein’s Philosophical Investigations in the context of transcendental idealism. The main purpose of these attempts is to protect Wittgenstein’s later philosophy from the relativistic interpretation of such concepts a “language games” and “forms of life.” Thus, Bernard Williams, noting the ambiguity of the pronoun “we” in Philosophical Investigations, believes that such a “we” has a transcendental rather than empirical character. This approach allows Williams to argue that there is no meaningful alternative (...)
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    Vasili Seseman’s Transcendental Theory of Knowledge: Between Phenomenology and Neo-Kantianism.Anna Shiyan - 2022 - HORIZON. Studies in Phenomenology 11 (1):170-189.
    The article considers the theory of cognition of the Russian and Soviet philosopher Vasily Seseman in its relation to the main philosophical orientations in early 20th-century: phenomenology, neokantianism, and intuitionism. Seseman’s theory of cognition is interesting today because, following the tradition of neo-Kantianism, it largely shares the principles and methods of phenomenology, poses epistemological problems that were not explicitly formulated by Edmund Husserl, and offers solutions that are relevant today. The article highlights a common thematic field combining phenomenology, neo-Kantianism, and (...)
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    Luis Aguiar de Sousa, Ana Falcato (Ed.) Phenomenological Approaches to Intersubjectivity and Values London: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2019. Isbn (10): 1-5275-3482-0, (13): 978-1-5275-3482-7. [REVIEW]Aleksey Sidorov - 2022 - HORIZON. Studies in Phenomenology 11 (1):455-465.
    The review is devoted to a joint monograph of Phenomenological Approaches to Intersubjectivity and Values published in 2019. The peculiarity and novelty of this monograph is that it is devoted not so much to the cognitive and epistemological aspects of phenomenology of intersubjectivity as to ethical, existential and value problems of relations with the Others, presented in various phenomenological concepts. One of the advantages of the work is the pluralistic approach, which allows the reader to get acquainted with the solutions (...)
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  16. Cartesian “I Think, Therefore, I Am” in the Perspectives of Logic and Phenomenology.Yaroslav Slinin - 2022 - HORIZON. Studies in Phenomenology 11 (1):27-39.
    In this article the questions under discussion are the properties of Descartes’s application of the first rule of his method, which requires not to agree with anything that could give rise to doubt. It is well known that Descartes came to the conclusion that only the truth “I think, therefore I am” is undoubted. The article examines the logical status of this truth and reveals that it is an entimeme where the major premise is unstated. An analysis of Descartes’s works (...)
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    Phenomenology of Political Action.Maja Soboleva - 2022 - HORIZON. Studies in Phenomenology 11 (1):402-420.
    The article focuses on a phenomenological study of political action. The analysis includes three directions: the concept of action, paradigms that determine political actions, and the purpose of action. In the analysis of action, I first use the distinction between the concepts of “act” and “operate.” “To act” means a conscious, deliberate, rational action. In contrast, “operate” means to behave unconsciously, mechanically or automatically, passively or instinctively. The political implications of the distinction between an “acting” and “operating” person can be (...)
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  18. The Phenomenon of Ereignis in Martin Heidegger’s Philosophy.Alexey Stovba - 2022 - HORIZON. Studies in Phenomenology 11 (1):276-297.
    The article is devoted to the reasoning of the „Ereignis“ phenomenon in the philosophy of M. Heidegger. It is worth to emphasize that one of the main trends in contemporary philosophy is an attempt of creation of new–non-substantial–ontology. The very specificity of such ontology lies in the fact that classical substance is replaced by the dynamical configuration of sense, which is not “purely theoretical” but “ontological” in its core. “Ontological” means, in fact, that it is impossible to separate the mode (...)
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    Causes of War.Peter Trawny - 2022 - HORIZON. Studies in Phenomenology 11 (1):441-454.
    Since the beginning of its history philosophy deals with the question for the meaning of war. This question, however, was always understood as the question for the causes of war: Why is there war? Where does it come from? The article presupposes that only this question and the attempts to respond to it can shed light onto the interpretation of the historical reality of war, which is finally the only reason to reflect on its causation. The article refers to a (...)
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    The Problem of a Priori in Fundamental Ontology: A Priori Perfect and the Existential-Temporal Concept of Philosophy.Anton Vavilov - 2022 - HORIZON. Studies in Phenomenology 11 (1):141-169.
    Based on the philosophy of Martin Heidegger the article presents the possibility of actualizing Heidegger’s main question about the meaning of Being in the context of the analysis of so-called “a priori perfect.” During the development of fundamental ontology in the second half of the 1920s, Heidegger ponders the approach to Being in the history of philosophy and identifies such a feature of Being as a priori, a kind of antecedence of Being in relation to being. Although tradition invariably understands (...)
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  21. About “Guarding the Hiddenness” and the Question of the Dignity of the Human Being. Phenomenological Approaches to a Basic Ethical Concept.Johannes Vorlaufer - 2022 - HORIZON. Studies in Phenomenology 11 (1):93-113.
    Against the background of worldwide, intentional or unintentional everyday violations of human dignity and the epochal need to experience oneself as a human being in one’s specific way of being, this article attempts to pursue the question of human dignity and its concealment. On the one hand, it seeks to ask whether human dignity has become obsolete due to social and epochal developments and preconditions and whether it can only appear and be experienced as antiquated in the context of a (...)
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    Aurelien Djian Husserl Et L’Horizon Comme Probleme. Une Contribution a L’Histoire de la Phenomenologie Lille: Presses Universitaires du Septentrion, 2021. Isbn-102757433296.Kirill Yakovlev - 2022 - HORIZON. Studies in Phenomenology 11 (1):466-482.
    In his book, Aurelien Djian investigates the history of the concept of horizon in the evolution of Husserl’s thought. Addressing the most fundamental concerns of phenomenology, Djian redefines the horizon considering themes such as coherence of experience, the reality of the world, and motivation. He suggests an approach to exploring the horizon grounded in a detailed analysis of Thing and Space lectures. A significant conclusion of Djians’s book is that the origin of the horizon should not be attributed to Ideas (...)
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