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ISSUE NUMBER 95 / 11-18 September 2004


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ANNOUNCEMENTS

  • The Romanian Society for Phenomenology seeks donations for its recently established library. The library is located in the Centre of Phenomenology in Bucharest and its books and periodicals are available to all students, professors, and researchers involved in the study of phenomenology and hermeneutics throughout Romania. Your contributions will be of invaluable help in promoting and disseminating the works of significant authors in these disciplines which have become an object of considerable interest for Romanian students in philosophy and the humanities in general, especially after the fall of communism. We are most thankful for any books, periodicals, preprints, compact discs and catalogues that will help improve and update our library stock in phenomenology and related areas. All donated periodicals will be listed on our site at http://www.phenomenology.ro/journals.php Another special section on our site will be dedicated to contributors and will list your names in grateful acknowledgement of your generous gifts.
    Our address is:
    Romanian Society for Phenomenology
    O.P. 45, C.P. 113, Zip code RO-010033
    Bucharest, Romania

CALL FOR PAPERS

  • THE PROBLEM OF THE NEW . St Hilda's College Oxford (April 8-10 2005)
    With the breakdown in classical paradigms of production, innovation in the approach to time, and a reconsideration of practice in the light of philosophies of difference, the problem of the new has come to occupy an important place in a variety of philosophical fields, including ontology, political philosophy, art and the philosophy of science. The aim of this conference is to examine and explore the problem of the new from such intersecting perspectives. Proposals are welcomed for work on the problem of the new in contexts such as: Phenomenology, Badiou, Ancient Philosophy, Serres, Philosophy of Science, Irigaray, Political philosophy, Bergson, Art, Deleuze. Please send proposals of approx 500 words (papers being 4000 - 5000 words) to David Webb at the address below. The deadline for submission is: Tuesday September 28th 2004.
    David Webb : Faculty of Arts Media and Design,, Staffordshire University, College RoadStoke-on-Trent, ST4 2WX ; d.a.webb@staffs.ac.uk

NEW BOOKS / TRANSLATION

NEW ISSUES

  • REVUE KAIROS no. 22/2004: De Kant à la phénoménologie, PRESSES UNIVERSITAIRES DU MIRAIL TOULOUSE
  • Phenomenology and the Cognitive Sciences, Volume 3, Issue 2, 2004, KLUWER ACADEMIC PUBLISHERS
  • ENVIRONMENTAL AND ARCHITECTURAL PHENOMENOLOGY, Fall 2004. The issue's major theme is place. Contributions include: Coming to Place, by Bruce Janz; Space and Topography: Responding to Cameron and Stefanovic, by J. E. Malpas; Understanding Urban Place Book Review of Douglas Rae s City: Urbanism and its End, by David Seamon. For further information, go to: www.arch.ksu.edu/seamon/EAP.html