HORIZON. Studies in Phenomenology

ISSNs: 2226-5260, 2311-6986

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  1. Transcendentalism, Naturalism and Ontology.Mikhail Belousov - 2024 - HORIZON. Studies in Phenomenology 13 (1):115-128.
    The opposition between transcendentalism and naturalism plays a key role in discussions about consciousness at the confluence of phenomenology and analytical philosophy. Associated with it is a whole range of research programs. However, the opposition between transcendentalism and naturalism in these programs is, as a rule, operational and not thematic in nature and presupposes that 1) Transcendentalism and naturalism as traditions are initially alien to each other; 2) The domain of their opposition is ontology. The article attempts to problematize these (...)
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    Martin-Löf’s Type Theorу: Between Phenomenology and Analytical Philosophy.Oleg Domanov - 2024 - HORIZON. Studies in Phenomenology 13 (1):33-56.
    Martin-Löf’s type theory stems simultaneously from Frege and Russell’s logic-ontological ideas and Husserl’s phenomenology. The article examines this intermediate status of type theory using as examples Martin-Löf ’s syntactical-semantic method and the role of evidence and canonical objects in his approach. Martin-Löf borrows the syntactical-semantic method from Frege and extends it drawing on Husserl’s theory of meaning. In type theory this method leads to the identity (isomorphism) of syntax and semantics (formal logic and formal ontology). Unlike traditional formal logic the (...)
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    The Variety of Invariance in Formal and Regional Ontologies.Elena Dragalina-Chernaya - 2024 - HORIZON. Studies in Phenomenology 13 (1):15-32.
    The paper examines the invariance principles proposed by the analytical and phenomenological traditions for demarcating the boundaries of formal and regional ontologies. The principle of invariance with respect to isomorphic transformations, generalizing Alfred Tarski’s criterion for logical concepts, is extended to formal ontology as the theory of manifolds in its phenomenological interpretation. Isomorphism types, which are abstract individuals of the highest order, hypostases of forms of all possible ontologies, are considered as model-theoretical analogs of manifolds. The correlativity of the phenomenological (...)
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  4. Nativism, Transcendentalism and Phenomenology: Revisiting the Non-Placement of the Source of Phenomenal Experience in the World.Diana Gasparyan - 2024 - HORIZON. Studies in Phenomenology 13 (1):150-176.
    Nativism as a theory that interprets certain abilities and ideas as innate [The contexts we will consider prefer to speak precisely of innateness in the sense of New European philosophical discussions and avoid the notion of “a priori”/“a posteriori”, respectively, and we will stick to this terminological pair.], is considered by some contemporary philosophers as an echo of outdated philosophical approaches. Critics for the most part reproach it for being unscientific and metaphysical. In one of its most extreme forms, nativism (...)
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    Justification of Perceptual Knowledge: Representationalism and Direct Realism.Alexander Gusev & Dmitry Ivanov - 2024 - HORIZON. Studies in Phenomenology 13 (1):129-149.
    The paper examines two of the most influential approaches to the problem of the justification of perceptual knowledge: representationalism and direct realism, taken in a version of epistemological disjunctivism. The problem itself can be represented as the need to demonstrate that there is a logical connection between a statement about the perception of a certain fact, p, and a statement about the knowledge of p. The article notes that both approaches face the problem of “the silence of the senses.” This (...)
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  6. How Could Husserl’s Theory of the Bodily Self-Constitution of the Ego Help Bridge the Explanatory Gap?Bence Peter Marosan - 2024 - HORIZON. Studies in Phenomenology 13 (1):57-94.
    The explanatory gap—the apparently ineliminable chasm between physical, bodily processes and states on the one hand, and subjective, lived experience on the other—belongs among the greatest problems of contemporary philosophy of mind and empirical research concerning consciousness. According to some scholars—such as eliminativist philosophers like Paul and Patricia Churchland—it is a pseudo-question. However, in our interpretation, an accurate phenomenological reflection on one’s own consciousness convinces the attentive and careful philosopher that it is very much a real question—and in fact a (...)
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    The Question of Parliamentary Democracy.James Mensch - 2024 - HORIZON. Studies in Phenomenology 13 (1):263-279.
    That Americans face a crisis in representative democracy is a matter of common knowledge. It is daily demonstrated by the paralysis of Congress to pass important legislation. Carl Schmitt, writing during a period of similar paralysis in the Weimar Republic, argued that the crisis is inherent in the very notion of parliamentary or representative democracy. While the parliamentary principle emphasizes contending parties and reasoned debates, the democratic principle is one of unification, one where the outvoted minority submits to the majority. (...)
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    Sinn and its Shadow. Terminological Analysis of Husserl’s Conception of Noetic-Noematic Structures of Pure Consciousness.Victor Molchanov - 2024 - HORIZON. Studies in Phenomenology 13 (1):207-240.
    The methodological premise of the investigation is the meta-difference between foreground and background as a necessary element of any difference, including the difference between conceptual and terminological types of analysis of philosophical texts. The topic of terminological analysis is the function of the terms that make up the framework of concepts, the methods and justifications for their introduction. The role of D.Hume, who was the first to draw attention to the difference in the meaning of the same word in natural (...)
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    Husserl, Ajdukiewicz, and Blaustein on Meaning.Daniele Nuccilli & Rafał Lewandowski - 2024 - HORIZON. Studies in Phenomenology 13 (1):95-114.
    The aim of this article is to investigate the reception of Husserl’s theory of meaning by Ajdukiewicz and Blaustein, two members of the analytically-oriented Lvov-Warsaw School, who, in different ways, were attracted to and confronted with Husserl’s phenomenology. The discussed hypothesis is that Ajdukiewicz’s interpretation of Logical Investigations, and his original theory of meaning influenced both Blaustein’s critical reading of Husserl’s theory of intentionality and his account of meaning-intention. After outlining the central elements of “First Logical Investigation” the paper shows (...)
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    Norm, Ontology, Conceptual Scheme: Normative Heideggerianism in Philosophical and Historical Consideration.Ilia Onegin - 2024 - HORIZON. Studies in Phenomenology 13 (1):177-206.
    This article reconstructs the normative strategy of interpretation of Martin Heidegger’s Being and Time in modern analytical philosophy, and also proposes a theoretical framework for understanding this strategy as a historical phenomenon. The article describes the development of the normative direction in the interpretation of Heidegger’s fundamental ontology. Its first branch—the socio-normative, or the neopragmatist one—is associated with such philosophers as John Haugeland and Robert Brandom. The second one—the ethico-normative, or postneopragmatist one—branch is represented by Steven Crowell and Sacha Golob. (...)
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    DALE JAQUETTE. ALEXIUS MEINONG, THE SHEPHERD OF NON-BEING. Moscow: Kanon + ROOI “Reabilitatsiia”, 2023. ISBN 978-5-88373-782-3. [REVIEW]Andrei Patkul - 2024 - HORIZON. Studies in Phenomenology 13 (1):280-289.
    In my review, I evaluate the first translation of Dale Jacquette’s book entitled Alexius Meinong, The Shepherd of Non-Being into Russian. First of all, I point out the relevance of the publication of this translation. It is conditioned, in my view, by the fact that the person of Alexius Meinong—one of the important representatives of the school of Franz Brentano—still remains undeservedly forgotten and not enough studied in both domestic and foreign history of philosophy. At the same time, studying the (...)
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  12. Introduction.Garris Rogonyan - 2024 - HORIZON. Studies in Phenomenology 13 (1):9-14.
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    The logical and pedagogical paths of phenomenology. Adalberto García de Mendoza's and Francisco Larroyo's forays.Jorge Luis Méndez-martínez - 2024 - HORIZON. Studies in Phenomenology 13 (I):241-262.
    This paper addresses the relationship between logic and phenomenology at a historical moment that precedes the big divide between analytic philosophy and phenomenology. In analysing alternative derivations of phenomenological logic, the discussion focuses on the case of two notorious neo-Kantian Mexican philosophers from the first half of the XXth century: Adalberto García de Mendoza and Francisco Larroyo. It is argued that both García de Mendoza and Larroyo made an original contribution to the discussion on the relationship between phenomenology and logic. (...)
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