The purpose of this issue of “Discipline filosofiche” is to assess the process of re-elaboration and re-definition that Husserl’s phenomenology underwent in North America not only from the standpoint of its historical-philosophical implications, but especially in view of its theoretical outcomes. The underlying conviction is that an “intensional” approach to that history can yield a new interpretative canon for Husserlian phenomenology. However, a limit of this approach is that it overlooks the problem of the assimilation of this European tradition within the North American context. Therefore, in this issue we have relaxed, to use Quine’s words, the demand for definition, and have explored in a more pragmatic fashion the different ways in which the word “phenomenology” has been translated and employed in the North American philosophical context.
|Titolo:||Realismo, pragmatismo, naturalismo. Le trasformazioni della fenomenologia in Nord America|
|Anno del prodotto:||2020|
|Appare nelle tipologie:||7.1 Curatela|