Husserl's Legacy in Phenomenological Philosophies: New Approaches to Reason, Language, Hermeneutics, the Human Condition: Book 3: Phenomenology in the World Fifty Years After the Death of Edmund Husserl by Springer (Paperback, 2012)
In this third volume of a monumental four book survey of Pheme- logy world-wide fifty years after the death of its chief founder, Edmund Husserl, we have a collection of studies which, in the first place, consider Husserl's legacy in the postmodern world. The extent of our indebtedness to the Master is shown in explora- tions of the archeology of kwledge, hermeneutics, and critical studies of language by A. Ales Bello, P. Pefialver, P. Million, V. Martinez Guzman, H. Rodriguez Pifiero, Y. Vlaisavlevich, and others. There follow calls for renewing the critique of reason by C. Schrag, F. Bosio, and J. Lerin Riera and discussion by D. Laskey, K. G6rniak-Kocikowska, M. R. Barral, Y. Park, and N. Delle Site on A-T. Tymieniecka's phe- melogy of life, which proposes a total reorientation of pheme- logy by introducing a conception of the human condition in which the human creative act is the Archimedean point for philosophy.