Vol 17, No 3 (2009)

Table of Contents

Preface PDF
Mindaugas Briedis, Saulius Geniušas 3-4
The Other or How to Dispose of It. A Prolegomena to All Future Alterology that Would Like to Present Itself as Phenomenology PDF
Claudio Majolino, Stéphane Desroys du Roure 5-16
Transcendental Phenomenology as Practical Philosophy PDF
Gary Madison 17-28
Husserl and Kant on Persönlichkeit PDF
James Dodd 29-38
An Image of a Higher World: Ethical Renewal in Franz Brentano and Edmund Husserl PDF
Michael Gubser 39-49
Husserl and the Fact of Practical Reason – Phenomenological Claims toward a Philosophical Ethics PDF
Sophie Loidolt 50-61
Ethics as Second Philosophy, or the Traces of the Pre-Ethical in Heidegger’s Being and Time PDF
Saulius Geniušas 62-70
Phenomenology of Freedom and Responsibility in Sartre’s Existentialist Ethics PDF
Mindaugas Briedis 71-82
Death in the Perspective of Existential Phenomenology PDF
Tomas Kačerauskas 83-91
Phenomenology between Pathos and Response PDF
Bernhard Waldenfels 92-102

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