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    Paul Ricoeur: entre attestation du mal et témoignage de l’espérance.Carla Canullo - 2017 - Forum Philosophicum: International Journal for Philosophy 22 (2):161-174.
    The aim of this article is to show that the “attestation of evil and testimony of hope” are characterized by the genitive that accompanies them. This places them both, each no less than the other, in two different horizons: while the horizon of attestation is Heideggerian, the horizon of testimony is a legacy of Jean Nabert. Both of these horizons are present in the thought of Ricoeur, and characterize the entire spectrum of his work. However, we are not dealing here (...)
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  2. Paul Ricoeur et le destin de la phénoménologie.Jérôme de Gramont - 2017 - Forum Philosophicum: International Journal for Philosophy 22 (2):139-160.
    Every reader of Ricoeur knows that hermeneutics endeavors to answer the aporiae of historical phenomenology. Hence arises the need to return to those aporiae and those answers. On the one hand, phenomenology, born with the maxim of going “directly to things themselves,” is confronted with the incessant evasion of the thing itself and with its dreams of presence being thereby shattered. This reversal should not be blamed on the failings of this or that thinker, but attributed to the very destiny (...)
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  3. Who is the Other?Marek Drwi·ga - 2017 - Forum Philosophicum: International Journal for Philosophy 22 (2):175-190.
    This paper deals with the problem of what otherness consists in, and what its foundation is, within the I–Other relation. In this way, the study also explores the limits of ethics and of a quasi-religious attitude, in order to establish what is required to shape interpersonal relations in a non-violent way, when faced with the radical otherness of another human being. Such an investigation also intersects with a broader ethical discussion that aims to take account of glorious or heroic acts, (...)
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  4. L’unité d’une vie, d’un enseignement, d’une oeuvre.Catherine Goldenstein - 2017 - Forum Philosophicum: International Journal for Philosophy 22 (2):127-138.
    This essay offers a personal account of the author’s friendship and collaboration with Paul Ricoeur in the last years of his life. Catherine Goldenstein, who, after Ricoeur’s death, took care of his manuscripts and organized the archives of the Fonds Ricoeur, reflects on her conversations with the philosopher. Their contents, recorded as she remembers them, illuminate Ricoeur’s philosophical endeavors and his work as an academic instructor. Ricoeur is also viewed through the testimony of letters addressed by him to the author, (...)
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    St. Basil the Great’s Philosophy of Time.Sergey Trostyanskiy - 2017 - Forum Philosophicum: International Journal for Philosophy 22 (2):219-246.
    Basil the Great’s theory of time is a fascinating testimony to the metaphysics and philosophy of nature of the fourth century AD. In his treatises Basil sought to tackle such foundational issues of philosophy as God’s being, its hypostatic instantiations, and God’s creative acts. In order to properly address these issues he had to scrutinize the notion of time, thus turning the discussion of time into one of the key philosophical threads of his treatises. Basil’s works unequivocally exhibited his careful (...)
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  6. Paul Ricoeur’s Hermeneutics of the Beauty of Unpredictability.Andrzej Wierciński - 2017 - Forum Philosophicum: International Journal for Philosophy 22 (2):119-126.
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  7. Leontius of Byzantium and the Concept of Enhypostaton.Anna Zhyrkova - 2017 - Forum Philosophicum: International Journal for Philosophy 22 (2):193-218.
    The concept of “enhypostaton” was introduced into theological discourse during the sixth-century Christological debates with the aim of justifying the unitary subjectivity of Christ by reclassifying Christ’s human nature as ontically non-independent. The coinage of the term is commonly ascribed to Leontius of Byzantium. Its conceptual content has been recognized by contemporary scholarship as relevant to the core issues of Christology, as well as possessing significance for such philosophical questions as individuation and the nature of individual entityhood. Even so, despite (...)
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    The Conscious Brain: Some Views, Concepts, and Remarks From a Neurobiological Perspective.Dariusz Adamek & Józef Bremer - 2017 - Forum Philosophicum: International Journal for Philosophy 22 (1):5-29.
    The goal of this article is to review some aspects of brain anatomy and neurophysiology that are important for consciousness, and which hopefully may be of benefit to philosophers investigating the conscious mind. Taking as an initial point of reference the distinction between “the hard problem” and “the weak problems” of consciousness, we shall concentrate on questions pertaining to the second of these. A putative “consciousness system” in the brain will be presented, paying special attention to diffuse projection systems. The (...)
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    Effect Anticipation and the Experience of Voluntary Action Control.Józef Bremer - 2017 - Forum Philosophicum: International Journal for Philosophy 22 (1):81-101.
    This paper discusses the issues surrounding voluntary action control in terms of two models that have emerged in empirical research into how our human conscious capabilities govern and control voluntary motor actions. A characterization of two aspects of consciousness, phenomenal consciousness and access consciousness, enables us to ask whether effect anticipations need be accessible to consciousness, or whether they can also have an effect on conscious control at an unconscious stage. A review of empirical studies points to the fact that (...)
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  10. On the Harm of Genocide.Paul Kucharski - 2017 - Forum Philosophicum: International Journal for Philosophy 22 (1):31-49.
    My aim in this essay is to advance the state of scholarly discussion on the harms of genocide. The most obvious harms inflicted by every genocide are readily evident: the physical harm inflicted upon the victims of genocide and the moral harm that the perpetrators of genocide inflict upon themselves. Instead, I will focus on a kind of harm inflicted upon those who are neither victims nor perpetrators, on those who are outside observers, so to speak. My thesis will be (...)
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    Hegel’s Phenomenology of Unhappy Consciousness.Andrzej Wierciński - 2017 - Forum Philosophicum: International Journal for Philosophy 22 (1):65-79.
    Hegel’s Phenomenology of Spirit is a careful description of the progressive unfolding of Spirit. Its dialectic is the education of consciousness. There are three stages of unhappy consciousness: external beyond, changing individual, and achieved reconciliation. Being aware of its own mutability, the self yearns for reconciliation, which can only come from the external beyond, from the unchanging. The quest of unhappy consciousness for reconciliation is characterized by the three stages of devotion, sacramental desire and labour, and self-mortification. The self, constituted (...)
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  12. A Reconstruction of John the Grammarian’s Account of Substance in Terms of Enhypostaton.Anna Zhyrkova - 2017 - Forum Philosophicum: International Journal for Philosophy 22 (1):51-63.
    The concept of enhypostaton was introduced into theological discourse during the sixth-century Christological debates, and aimed to elucidate the orthodox doctrine of the unity of two natures in the singular hypostasis of Christ. In spite of the fact that the conceptual content of the term is recognized by contemporary scholarship as pertaining to the core of Christology, the notion of enhypostaton is often described as obscure and not clearly defined. The coining of the term is often ascribed to Leontius of (...)
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  13. Matyáš Havrda: The So-Called Eighth Stromateus by Clement of Alexandria.Anna Zhyrkova - 2017 - Forum Philosophicum: International Journal for Philosophy 22 (1):103-104.
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