Phenomenology of Xin-Xing. Phänomenologie des Xin-Xing.
Orbis Phaenomenologicus Perspektiven N. F., Bd. 32

ISBN: 978-3-8260-7223-9
Autor: Zhang, Wei / Cai, Wenjing (Hrsg.)
Band Nr: 32
Year of publication: 2021
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Product No.: 7223
ISBN: 978-3-8260-7223-9
Series Nr: OPhP
Band Nr: 32
Year of publication: 2021
Pagenumbers: 360
Language: deutsch
Short description: Introduction by Wei Zhang - I. Kern: Three Questions from Chinese Philosophy Adressed to Husserl's Phenomenology - L. Ni: Phenomenology of Xin-Xing: Its Research Scope and Method - X. Zhang: The Relationship between Scheler's Ethics and Confucianism - T. Tani: Awai-the Japanese Concept of Betweenness - N.-I. Lee: Gefühl als Ursprung der Werte bei Scheler und Mengzi - S. Chen: A Phenomenological Analysis of Shame - L. Chen: The Feeling of Commiseration (??): Empathy, Sympathy, and Bestimmung -C.-C. Yu: Husserl's Intercultural Implication of Ethical Renewal and Theoretical Rationality: A Reappraisal from East Asian Perspective - X. Fang: The Phenomenological Signification of the Concept "Spirit" in Yellow Emperor's Canon of Medicine - G. Zhu: Drei Verständnisse vom Selbstbewusstsein: Husserl, Levinas und Wang Yangming - W. Zhang: Reconsiderations of "Tranquil Consciousness": With Iso Kern's Analyses of "Seeing in Formlessness, Hearing in Tonelessness" as the Center - Y. Li: On the Phenomenological Implication of Conscience Presentation - Z. Luo: The Feeling of Commiseration, Empathy and Empathic Intentionality: A Discussion with Iso Kern - P. Zheng: Xiong Shili's Dual Dimensions of "Mind" Doctrine: From the Perspectives of Static and Genetic Phenomenology - R. Suter: "Ursprüngliches Wissen", "intellektuelle Anschauung " und die Möglichkeit einer phänomenologischen Ethik der Mitmenschlichkeit - J. Wang: Ren (?) als ein phänomenologisches Thema: Von Heidegger, Scheler und Rombach aus gesehen - H.R. Sepp: Auf-Bruch. Solidarität als Teilen.

The Editors
Wei Zhang is professor at the Department of Philosophy, Sun Yat-sen University in Guangzhou, PR China. Wenjing Cai is associate professor at the School of Humanity, Shanghai Jiao Tong University.

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