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NEW ISSUE: Studies in Practical Philosophy (SPP) Forthcoming in Spring 2005:

Special Issue: Husserl's Practical Philosophy

Volume 5, Number 3

Edited by Christian Lotz, Corinne Painter


Table of Contents:

Christian Lotz and Corinne Painter:  Husserl's Practical Philosophy. A Brief Introduction to this Issue.

Marcus Brainard:  “For a New World”: On the Practical Impulse of Husserlian Theory

John Drummond:  Respect as a Moral Emotion. A Phenomenological Approach

James G. Hart:  The Absolute Ought and the Unique Individual. On Husserl and Simmel.

Christian Lotz:  Action. Phenomenology of Wishing and Willing in Husserl and Heidegger

Ullrich Melle : Husserl's Personalist Ethics

 

Studies in Practical Philosophy (SPP) is a new forum for political and social engagement. The mission of SPP is to make evident the ethical and political force of Continental thought as it bears on current social problems. This evolutionary thinking strives to engender dialogue with Analytic philosophers, non-academics, as well as political thinkers from a variety of theoretical frameworks who hold in common practical concerns. Moreover, SPP challenges the traditional theory/practice dichotomy, with a view to a more dynamic and interactive model and investigates the reciprocal transformation of practical engagement and theoretical systems. SPP publishes quarterly and I is dedicated to exceptional scholarship required (maintained) by a peer-reviewed journal.

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