Edmund Husserl between Platonism and Aristotelianism

Aim and Scope: The New Yearbook for Phenomenology and Phenomenological Philosophy provides an annual international forum for phenomenological research in the spirit of Husserl's groundbreaking work and the extension of this work by such figures as Scheler, Heidegger, Sartre, Levinas, Merleau-Ponty and Gadamer.

Contributors: Thomas Arnold, Kimberly Baltzer-Jaray, Michael Barber, Irene Breuer, Steven G. Crowell, John Drummond, Clevis Headley, George Heffernan, Burt Hopkins, Arun Iyer, Adam Konopka ,Carlos Lobo, Claudio Majolino, Danilo Manca, Emanuele Mariani, Ignacio Quepons, Daniele De Santis, Biagio G. Tassone, Emiliano Trizio, William Tullius, Marta Ubiali, and Fotini Vassiliou.

Submissions: Manuscripts, prepared for blind review, should be submitted to the Editors (bhopkins@seattleu.edu and drummond@fordham.edu) electronically via e-mail attachments.

part I|296 pages


chapter 2|33 pages

Husserl’s reform of logic

An introduction

chapter 3|21 pages

Learning as recollection

Time and idealities in Plato and Husserl

chapter 4|14 pages

Husserl’s aesthetic of essences

Critical remarks on phenomenology as an eidetic and “exact” science

chapter 5|18 pages

Aristotelian echoes in Husserl’s ethics

Character, decision, and philosophy as the highest good

chapter 7|18 pages

A twist of history

Analogy, being and Husserl’s unexpected proximity to Aristotle

chapter 8|22 pages

Having the right attitudes

chapter 9|58 pages

The infinite Academy

Husserl on how to be a Platonist with some (Aristotelian?) help

chapter 10|25 pages

Phenomenology and ancient Greek philosophy

Methodological protocols and two specimens of interpretation—Part I

chapter 11|22 pages

The phenomenologizing subject as an active power

An Aristotelian model for Husserl’s theory of subjectivity

part II|7 pages