Études phénoménologiques - Phenomenological Studies

Études Phénoménologiques – Phenomenological Studies is a new yearly peer-reviewed journal publishing articles in French and English both in print and online. The journal follows the same spirit of openness to various perspectives that was to be found in Études Phénoménologiques, which was founded in 1985 by Jacques Taminiaux who remained its editor until 2008 (Éditions Ousia).The publication of the new journal is the result of a collaboration between the Centre d’Études Phénoménologiques of the Université catholique de Louvain and the Department of Philosophy at Marquette University.

The journal is dedicated to the general task of showing the relevance and fruitfulness of phenomenology for contemporary issues in philosophy and being a forum for contemporary discussion of such issues. One of its goals is to bridge the gap between history and philosophy, between continental and analytic philosophy, and between theory and application. The journal welcomes (1) historical studies of particular authors within the phenomenological tradition or historical accounts of particular issues as well as (2) systematic analysis of a topic or a problem on which phenomenology can make a contribution.

Editorial Board/Comité de rédaction:

Editors / Directeurs de la publication:

Pol Vandevelde (pol.vandevelde@marquette.edu) — Danielle Lories (danielle.lories@uclouvain.be)

Founder/Fondateur:

Jacques Taminiaux (Université catholique de Louvain/Boston College)

Publisher / Maison d’édition:

Peeters Publishers (http://www.peeters-leuven.be/)

 

Issue No. 1, 2016

"La phénoménologie et les défis de la Philosophy of Mind/

Phenomenology and the Challenges of the Philosophy of Mind"

Avant-Propos – Editors’ Foreword

Jocelyn Benoist, La phénoménologie et « l’esprit » de la Philosophie de l’Esprit

Shaun Gallagher, Double Phenomenology

Denis Seron, Intentionalisme et phénoménologie de l’intentionnalité

Zachary Hugo, Horizon, Modality, and Reason: Another Look at Husserl and the

Normativity of Perception

Guillaume Fréchette, Brentano et l’intentionnalité des sensations

Charlotte Gauvry, Contenu intentionnel et contenu propositionnel

Claus Halberg, Fighting the Good Fight? On Some Recent Transcendentalist

Objections to “Naturalized Phenomenology”

Daniel Dahlstrom, Apperceptive and Non-Apperceptive Consciousness

Heath Williams, The Directness of Empathy

Steven Crowell, We Have Never Been Animals. Heidegger’s Posthumanism

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