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Discipline Filosofiche XXV, 2, 2015: A partire da Husserl. Figure, funzioni e critica della soggettività, Edited by Emanuele Mariani

Discipline Filosofiche XXV, 2, 2015: Starting from Husserl. Figures, Functions and Critique of Subjectivity Edited by Emanuele Mariani In order to grasp at once the significance of the subjectivity issue in the current philosophical debate a Cartesian plane could be drawn up starting from Husserl’s phenomenology, unfolding through conceptually heterogeneous fields, through grammars of thought opposed to each other, if ... Read More »

Discipline Filosofiche XXV, 1, 2015: Philosophical Analysis and Experimental Philosophy, Edited by Mario Alai, Andrea Sereni and Giorgio Volpe

Over the last decades, a renewed interest for metaphilosophical issues has prompted many philosophers in the analytic tradition to raise questions on the epistemic status and the methodology of philosophical inquiry. Reflection has focused especially on the nature and reliability of intuitions, on the notion of a priori and on the plausibility of the idea that philosophical knowledge can be ... Read More »

DF XXIV, 2, 2014: MERLEAU-PONTY AND THE NATURAL SCIENCES VOLUME EDITOR: LUCA VANZAGO

If the relationships between Merleau-Ponty’s philosophy and the so-called “humanities” (a term that is clearly inadequate with respect to the historical situation in which Merleau-Ponty worked) is well known and widely studied, the same cannot be said with respect to the debate developed by Merleau-Ponty in connection to the natural sciences. This relative ignorance is largely due to the fact ... Read More »

DF XXIV, 1, 2014: EMMANUEL LEVINAS: PHENOMENOLOGY, ETHICS, SOCIALITY, ed. by Sebastiano Galanti Grollo

DF XXIV, 1, 2014: EMMANUEL LEVINAS: FENOMENOLOGIA, ETICA, SOCIALITÀ, a cura di Sebastiano Galanti Grollo L’importance d’Emmanuel Levinas dans le débat philosophique contemporain a connu une croissance de plus en plus grande, comme en témoigne la vitalité indéniable des études lévinassiennes, qui a produit un nombre impressionnant d’ouvrages consacrés à sa pensée. A partir de la phénoménologie de Husserl et ... Read More »

DF XXIII, 2, 2013: L’INCIDENZA DI LEIBNIZ NEGLI SVILUPPI DELLA FENOMENOLOGIA HUSSERLIANA a cura di Francesco Bianchini ed Enrico Pasini

DF XXIII, 2013-2: THE IMPACT OF LEIBNIZ ON DEVELOPMENTS OF HUSSERLIAN PHENOMENOLOGY ed. by Francesco Bianchini and Enrico Pasini “Thus phenomenology leads to the monadology anticipated by Leibniz in ingenious aperçu”; with these words, Husserl concluded his lecture about “First Philosophy” in the year 1924. Anticipation is a construct now barred from the history of philosophy, but it is impossible ... Read More »

DF XXIII, 1, 2013: The Metaphysics of Positivism. Ed. by Luca Guidetti and Giuliana Mancuso

DF XXIII, 2013-1: THE METAPHYSICS OF POSITIVISM ed. by Luca Guidetti and Giuliana Mancuso. The first time Comte uses the word “positive” it is to describe on the basis of five meanings the new scientific methodology, as opposed to the idealistic dogmatism previously prevailing. A programmatic positive approach entails the investigation of what is “real”, “useful”, “certain”, “precise” and “opposed ... Read More »

DF XXII, 2, 2012: Knowledge and Justification. Ed. by Annalisa Coliva, Sebastiano Moruzzi and Giorgio Volpe

Special Issue of Discipline Filosofiche XXII, 2, 2012: Knowledge and Justification Ed. by Annalisa Coliva, Sebastiano Moruzzi and Giorgio Volpe This issue of Discipline filosofiche brings together a number of articles on knowledge and epistemic justification that arise from papers presented at the Meeting of the European Epistemology Network that was held in Bologna and Modena in June 2012.The articles ... Read More »

DF XXII, 1, 2012: Time and historic Temporality. Ed. by Barnaba Maj

The Novel The Falling Man by Don De Lillo, which is strictly interwoven with the historical event of the 11th September 2001, plays a crucial role in the issue’s opening essay by François Hartog on temporalization of time. The strength of the 1958 essay by Ladislaus Boros on temporality dimensions in Augustine, appreciated especially by Paul  Ricœur in Temps  et  ... Read More »

DF XXI, 2, 2011: Bernard Bolzano and the Philosophical Tradition, ed. by Stefano Besoli, Luca Guidetti, Venanzio Raspa

Anno XXI, numero 2, 2011, pp. 347 Bernard Bolzano and the Philosophical Tradition ed. by Stefano Besoli, Luca Guidetti, Venanzio Raspa The issue offers an overview of the relations between Bernard Bolzano’s philosophical and scientific thought and the main trends in Western philosophical culture, from Aristotle to the most recent developments in epistemology. Indeed, Bolzano’s thought is crucial for understanding ... Read More »

DF XXI, 1, 2011: Imitare la mente. Un dibattito interno alle scienze cognitive

ed. by Francesco Bianchini Contents (click on the titles to view the abstracts) Francesco Bianchini, Introduzione all’imitazione Douglas Hofstadter, Saggio nello stile di Douglas Hofstadter di EWI Francesco Bianchini, Dalla logica della scoperta alla scoperta della coscienza Antonio Chella e Riccardo Manzotti, Il jazz e la coscienza artificiale Giorgio Sandri, Intelligenza senza la Mente Pietro Perconti e Alessio Plebe, Congegni ... Read More »