InroductionJournal: Horizon. Studies in Phenomenology (Vol.10, No. 1)
Publication Date: 2021-06-21
Authors : Raivis Bičevskis Ineta Kivile;
Page : 11-14
Keywords : things themselves; phenomenology; hermeneutics; Husserl; Heidegger;
The thematic coverage of this special issue was to some extent influenced by the international interdisciplinary conference “Let things be! Edmund Husserl 160, Martin Heidegger 130,” which took place at the University of Latvia, Riga in Decem- ber 2019, the proceedings of which can be read in the journal “Horizon. Studies in Phenomenology” (Kivle, Bičevskis & Lācis, 2020, 373–381). Any researcher of phe- nomenology and hermeneutics was invited to contribute to the content of this issue. As a result, the journal's topics cover issues of the history of phenomenology, the de- tailed application of the phenomenological method in the study of specific phenom- ena, Husserl's or Heidegger's concepts and the importance of phenomenology and hermeneutics in other fields of knowledge and art. The topics of the journal deviate from in-depth analysis of transcendental philosophy, fundamental ontology, and phe- nomenological methods, and draw attention to the understanding of certain concepts and their possible modification in specific situations and thematic areas, looking at the history of phenomenology in a regional context.
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