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Phenomenology in French Philosophy: Early Encounters

Phenomenology in French Philosophy: Early Encounters
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PREFACE.- CHAPTER 1: INTRODUCTION- I. Occasion.- II. Contribution.- III. Methodology and Terminology.- A. Definition of Reception.- B. Definition of Phenomenology.- C. Definition of Religious Thought.- IV. Plan.- CHAPTER 2: PRECURSORS TO THE RECEPTION OF PHENOMENOLOGY IN FRANCE, 1889-1909.- I. Three Major Currents in French Philosophy at the End of the Nineteenth Century.- A. Positivism.- B. Idealism.- C Spiritualism.- D. Summary: Anticipations of Phenomenology in French Positivism, Idealism and Spiritualism.- II. Henri Bergson: Lived Duration and Intuition.- A. Bergson\'s Original Insight.- B. Bergson\'s Principal Themes: Duration and Intuition.- C. Bergson as a Precursor to Husserlian Phenomenology.- D. Bergson\'s Influence on French Theologians.- III. Maurice Blondel: A Phenomenology of Action.- A. Blondel\'s Original Insight.- B. Blondel\'s Principal Theme: Action.- C. Blondel as a Precursor to Husserlian Phenomenology.- D. Blondel\'s Influence on French Theologians.- IV. Conclusion: Bergson and Blondel as Precursors to the Reception of Husserlian Phenomenology in France.- CHAPTER 3: FOUR PHASES IN THE RECEPTION OF PHENOMENOLOGY IN FRENCH PHILOSOPHY, 1910-1939.- I. Léon Noël and Victor Delbos.- A. Léon Noël.- B. Victor Delbos.- C. Noël and Delbos as Interpreters of Phenomenology.- II. Lev Shestov and Jean Héring.- A. Lev Shestov.- B. Jean Héring.- C. Shestov\'s Reply to Héring.- D. Héring\'s Rebuttal to Shestov.- E. Shestov and Héring as Interpreters of Phenomenology.- III. Bernard Groethuysen and Georges Gurvitch.- A. Bernard Groethuysen.- B. Interlude: German Phenomenologists in France.- C. Georges Gurvitch.- D. Groethuysen and Gurvitch as Interpreters of Phenomenology.- IV. Emmanuel Levinas and Jean-Paul Sartre.- A. Emmanuel Levinas.- B. Jean-Paul Sartre.- C. Levinas and Sartre as Interpreters of Phenomenology.- V. Conclusion: Four Phases in the Reception of Phenomenology in French Philosophy, 1910-1939.- A. Phase One: Awareness of Husserl as a Critic of Psychologism.- B. Phase Two: Polemics Over Ideas and the Logos Essay.- C. Phase Three: Popularization of Phenomenology.- D. Phase Four: Original French Appropriations of Phenomenology.- E. Other Figures, Further Aspects.- CHAPTER 4: RECEPTIONS OF PHENOMENOLOGICAL INSIGHTS IN FRENCH RELIGIOUS THOUGHT, 1901-1929.- I. Édouard Le Roy.- A. His Life and Works.- B. Le Roy and Bergson.- C. Le Roy\'s Application of Bergsonian Insights to Religious Thought.- D. Le Roy\'s Contribution to the Theological Reception of Phenomenology.- II. Pierre Rousselot.- A. His Life and Works.- B. Rousselot and Blondel.- C. Rousselot\'s Application of Blondelian Insights to Religious Thought.- D. Rousselot\'s Contribution to the Theological Reception of Phenomenology.- CHAPTER 5: RECEPTIONS OF HUSSERLIAN PHENOMENOLOGY IN FRENCH RELIGIOUS THOUGHT, 1926-1939.- I. Jean Héring.- A. His Life and Works.- B. Phenomenology and the Philosophy of Religion.- C. Héring\'s Application of Phenomenology to Religious Thought .- II. Gaston Rabeau.- A. His Life and Works.- B. Phenomenology and Theological Epistemology.- C. Rabeau\'s Application of Phenomenology to Religious Thought.- III. Joseph Maréchal.- A. His Life and Works.- B. Phenomenology and the Critical Justification of Metaphysics.- C. Maréchal\'s Application of Phenomenology to Religious Thought.- IV. Neo-Thomist Encounters with Phenomenology.- A. The Société Thomiste and the Journée d\'Études.- B. Neo-Thomist Appraisals of Phenomenology V. Conclusion: Two Stages in the Reception of Phenomenology in French Religious Thought Prior to 1939.- A. Stage One: Integration of Bergsonian and Blondelian Insights, 1901-1929.- B. Stage Two: Applications and Appraisals of Phenomenology, 1926-1939.- CHAPTER 6: CONCLUSION.- I. Receptions of Phenomenology in French Academic Circles Prior to 1939.- II. Appropriations of Phenomenology by French Philosophers.- III. Appropriations of Phenomenology by French Religious Thinkers.- IV. French Receptions of Phenomenology sin

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Nakladatel: Springer Netherlands
ISBN: 9789402400069
Rok vydání: 2016
Jazyk : Angličtina
Vazba: brožovaná/paperback
Počet stran: 338
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