Imaginatio Creatrix The Pivotal Force of the Genesis/Ontopoiesis of Human Life and Reality

The fulgurating power of creative imagination - Imaginatio Creatrix - setting in motion the Human Condition within the-unity-of-everything there-is-alive is the key to the rebirth of philosophy. From as early as 1971 (see the third volume of the Analecta Husserliana series, The Phenomenological Real...

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Bibliographic Details
Other Authors: Tymieniecka, Anna-Teresa (Editor)
Format: eBook
Published: Dordrecht Springer Netherlands 2004, 2004
Edition:1st ed. 2004
Series:Analecta Husserliana, The Yearbook of Phenomenological Research
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Collection: Springer Book Archives -2004 - Collection details see MPG.ReNa
Table of Contents:
  • Creativity in Husserl’s Impulsive Intentionality
  • Merleau-Ponty and Expressive Life: A Hermeneutical Study
  • The Philosophical Psyche and Creativity
  • Sein und Zeit in the Works of Edith Stein
  • Creative Imagination in the Invention of Ciphers of the Cognitive Scientific Logos
  • Transworld Individuals Versus David Lewis’s Creation of Counterpart Individuals
  • The Endurance of Aesthetic Objects and the Relative Durability of Scientific Theories
  • Phenomenology of Creative Application of Mathematical Analogy in Arts and Literature
  • The Analogy Between “Orthodox” Quantum Theory and Polyphony of Fiction
  • A Systemic Typology of Scientific Phenomena
  • New Humanism
  • The Ontopoietic Spread of the Logos of Life
  • Around the Aretelogical Challenge of the “ontopoiesis of Life”
  • The Cipher as the Unity of Signifier and Signified
  • “Ontopoi?sis” and the Interpretation of Plato’s “khÔra”
  • Self-individualization as the Main Principle in the Phenomenology of Life
  • The Individualized Living Being as Node in Networks of Significant Affairs within a Vital System
  • A Philosophy of the Unsayable: Apophasis and the Experience of Truth and Totality
  • Creative Imagination Ciphering the Moral Discourse Between the Self and the Other
  • Creative Process as a Factor and Condition of the Phenomenology of Life
  • Levinas’ Disruptive Imagination: Time, Self and the Other
  • Human Life as a Creative Completion of an An-archical Promise of Goodness in the Philosophy of Emmanuel Levinas
  • The Ethical Orientation of the Art of Human Creativity in the Book Ethics of Value and Hope by J. Tischner
  • Creative “Représentance”: Ricoeur on Care, Death and History
  • The Productive Function of the Will in the Philosophical Thought of William James
  • The ‘Is-Ought Question’ Once More Reconsidered
  • Multiple Rays of Creative Imagination Ciphering the Elemental Expansion of the Human Condition
  • Wilderness: A Zoocentric Phenomenology — from Hediger to Heidegger
  • Gewalt und Passibilität des Lebens: Entwurf Einer Praktischen Phänomenologie
  • “African Vitalogy”: The African Mind and Spirituality
  • The Tales of the Woods
  • What the Eyes Alone Cannot See: Lakota Phenomenology and the Vision Quest
  • The Ontopoiesis of the Dwelling: Art as Construction of a Human Space
  • Frank Lloyd Wright’s “Organic Architecture”: An Ecological Approach in Theory and Practice
  • The Creative Inwardness As a Forge of the Novel Types of AestheticCiphers
  • Creative Inwardness in Early Modern Italian Thought
  • Creativity and Aesthetic Experience: The Problem of the Possibility of Beauty and Sensitiveness
  • Confirmations of ‘life’ in a Phenomenology of Poetic Images
  • The Sense of Creativity by Andrei Tarkovski
  • Twilight of the Eidos: The Question of Form in Heidegger’s Reading of Nietzsche’s Thought upon Art
  • Traditional Works of Art and Networks of Art: Phenomenological Reflection
  • Vincent Van Gogh’s Five Bedrooms at Arles: An Analysis of Creative Copies
  • Figureless Landscape: The Persistence of the Sublime in American Landscape Painting
  • The Aestheticization of Life by Photography
  • The Convergent ‘I’: Empathy as an Aesthetic Category
  • Mass-media Communication as a Possible Creative Source
  • La Modernidad y la Filosofía de la Historia
  • Creativity, Intentionality, Hermeneutics; Husserlian Inquiries
  • The Function of Intentionality and the Function of Creativity; A.-T. Tymieniecka and E. Husserl: A Confrontation