176 Works

Dos nuevas continuaciones para el Espejo de príncipes y caballeros

Rafael Ramos Nogales
Se da noticia de dos nuevas continuaciones manuscritas del Espejo de príncipes y caballeros: una Quinta parte, distinta de la ya conocida, y una Sexta parte. Ambas fueron escritas por el jurista Juan Cano López, que ejerció como escribano real en Madrid entre 1609 y 1639, y se pueden fechar entre 1637 y 1640. Se presenta brevemente las dos partes, que en realidad funcionan como un único texto, al arrimo de la edición zaragozana de...

Fetiches caballerescos y simulacros de la memoria en Alonso Quijano: reflexiones sobre una posible tipología del humorismo cervantino.

Giovanni Cara
Con disposición mimética por antonomasia, don Quijote se vuelve personaje y plantea a sus compañeros de viaje problemas éticos y estéticos a la vez. Errante, desarraigado, en exilio incesante de sí mismo, se rodea de fetiches e imágenes del pasado que él mismo maneja con dificultad. Estas reflexiones – tan solo en forma demostrativa y en estado de esbozo – quieren observar este aspecto dentro del sistema humorístico de Cervantes, en el que Alonso Quijano...

Los libros de caballerías, el Quijote y la lectura

Federica Zoppi
Estas reflexiones se proponen estudiar la importancia del Quijote en la evolución de la concepción y de las modalidades de lectura, estableciendo una comparación con la recepción de los libros de caballerías. El género caballeresco representó, en el siglo XVI, un estímulo importante hacia el triunfo de la lectura privada. Cervantes en su novela explora modalidades de lectura diferentes, a partir de la lectura a viva voz ante un grupo de oyentes, hasta la lectura...

Francisco de Moraes, Palmeirim de Inglaterra, ed. Lênia Márcia Mongelli, Raúl Cesar Gouveia Fernandes y Fernando Maués, Cotia, Ateliê Editorial / UNICAMP, 2016

Pedro Álvarez-Cifuentes
Reseña de: Francisco de Moraes, Palmeirim de Inglaterra, ed. Lênia Márcia Mongelli, Raúl Cesar Gouveia Fernandes y Fernando Maués, Cotia, Ateliê Editorial / UNICAMP, 2016

Early printed edition and OCR techniques: what is the state-of-art? Strategies to be developed from the working-progress Mambrino project work

Tiziana Mancinelli
Some thoughts of a workin-progress digital edition project. Limits and advantages of OCR (Optical Character Recognition) techiques. The use of Transkribus.


Guido Cusinato, Luigina Mortari & Linda M. Napolitano
Questo numero inaugurale di «Thaumàzein. Rivista di filosofia» è dedicato al problema di una cura sui che non si riduca a un intimistico rafforzamento del sé autoreferenziale ma miri, all’opposto, al suo trascendimento. Solo in parte questo numero raccoglie le rielaborazioni degli interventi presentati al Convegno internazionale "Cura sui e autotrascendimento. La formazione del sé fra antico e post-moderno", svoltosi presso il Dipartimento di Filosofia, Pedagogia e Psicologia dell’Università di Verona il 22-24 novembre 2012....

Cura di sé, cura dell’altro

Elena Pulcini
Care of the Self, care of the other. The identification between care and women is so deeply engraved in our imagination that it persists in our consciousness in spite of the radical transformations that have concerned the female subject over the last decades: care is what women give. This affirmation can be accepted on two conditions: the first is that care has to be rehabilitated and freed from the purely altruistic aspects that have always...

Das Fühlen als Grundbaustein für Schelers Wertsoziologie

Íngrid Vendrell Ferran
This paper aims to show the importance of Scheler’s theory of affectivity for the sociology of values. The first part of the paper is devoted to his theory of feelings and emotions and especially focuses on the idea that there is an intentional feeling which is responsible for the apprehension of values. This theory can be seen as a forefather of theory of “affective intentionality” which has become popular in the current debate on the...

Affektives Erfassen von Bedeutsamkeit – Überlegungen zu Schelers «Wertfühlen»

Friedrich Hausen
In defending Max Scheler’s controversial theory of objective values and affective value-knowledge, I would like to offer a concept of value properties as existential-meaning properties. One can experience real danger or real existential meaningful loss, and this implies there is something valuable which can be lost. I want to argue that we should take existential meaning properties seriously as a part of our world and I would like to call this account “existential realism”. In...

Zum Problem der Originalität der Einfühlung bei Husserl und Scheler

Liangkang Ni
There have once been great bifurcations or even contradictions between Husserl and Scheler on issues of phenomenology of ethics and religion, and the cause has been ultimately traced back to the fundamental differences between their respective philosophical stances and methods. Nonetheless, in comparative studies as regards their theories of empathy, we often see that, albeit the differences as such may be spe­cifi­cal­ly manifested in the two philosophers’ different reflections on the same issue, they may...

Liebe - Bildung - Person: Die Bedeutung der Bildung im Mensch- und Gottwerdungsprozess

Evrim Kutlu
Max Scheler develops a complex notion of Bildung, which can also be fruitful for understanding today’s world. The significance and function of Bildung as a «category of being» consists particularly in how it forms the entirety of human as a «hu­man­i­za­tion». For Scheler this idea of humanization is inseparable from the Bildung to the person, with which a metaphysical horizon opens up that shows itself to be the «becoming God» (werdender Gott). This paper elaborates...

Shared Emotions – A Schelerian Approach

Alessandro Salice
What does it mean to share or to co-experience an emotion? What makes statements of the form “we feel emotion x together” true? This paper develops a systematic interpretation of Max Scheler’s theory of co-experiencing (Miteinandererleben), which aims at squaring two contrasting intuitions. According to the first intuition, when several individuals share an emotion, it is one emotion – one experience – that is shared. The second intuition suggests that co-experiencing an emotion preserves self-other...

Value-Feelings and Disvalue-Feelings. A Phenomenological Approach to Self-Knowledge

Roberta Guccinelli
As fascinating as it is insidious, the question of self-knowledge goes on tormenting, as a kind of Silenus, philosophers of every period. Without any pretence of exhausting the subject, I would like to briefly stress some “ecological virtues” of the Schelerian view of self-knowledge. In the face of other models of self-knowledge, which do not provide an adequate account of our bodily experience and of its role in the process of formation of our psycho-physical...

The Reasons of Emotions. Scheler and Husserl

Veniero Venier
Despite the clear differences and reciprocal controversial evaluations, extreme similarities are to be found in Husserl and Scheler’s theory regarding the central question of a phenomenology of the emotions. The essential theoretical characteristic that brings Husserl closer to Scheler is the ethical question as to whether it is possible to regulate one’s own world of values and one’s own rational-affective dimension, and whether such a possibility can be translated into the fundamental motivation for the...

L'identità personale in David Hume: dalle passioni all'etica

Lorenzo Greco
Personal Identity in David Hume: From Passions to Ethics In this paper I offer a reconstruction of David Hume’s discussion of personal identity. I argue that, notwithstanding Hume’s description of personal identity in Book 1 of A Treatise of Human Nature in terms of a «bundle of perceptions», he is nevertheless in a position to present a unified conception of the self. This becomes apparent when he moves on to Books 2 and 3 of...

La norma fondamentale. Husserl e la fenomenologia dei valori

Veniero Venier
The fundamental norm. husserl and the phenomenology of values From its very beginnings, Husserl’s philosophical life was characterised by the interweaving between ethical reflection and logical-argumentative rigour. It is not just a matter of the constant efforts concerning a theoretical formulation that was always aimed at constant formal coherence, but also and above all, of the progressive association of a rigorous ethics with the value of the individual- personal dimension. The phenomenological analysis of values...

Nati per patire. Passioni ed esemplarità

Giacomo Pezzano
Born to sense. Passions and esemplarity As introduction, I show how passions have been conquering more and more importance in the structure of the modern western societies, and – consequently – that contemporary philosophy has denoted the crisis of the calculative-instrumental rationality and the need to reconstruct the geometry of passions. My paper wants to contribute to this reconstruction in two ways: clarifying the reason why passions are involved in our existence in a so...

Le direzioni di significato antropologiche dell'orizzontalità e della verticalità

Riccardo Panattoni
Horizontal; vertical; anthropological coordinates In this article we will consider “horizontal” and “vertical” not as given topographic references, but as anthropological co-ordinates that are capable to shape the existence of human beings. Whenever we “climb up”, i.e. whenever we raise ourselves to such a height that we are finally capable to broaden our horizons, as a matter of fact we invariably fall into the danger of considering such rising to the top as a sort...

Orientamento e sfera affettiva: l'ortonomia del sentire in Franz Brentano

Alessandro Ialenti
Orientation and affective Sphere in Franz Brentano Franz Brentano has played an important role in the history of Phenomenology. In fact, he has prepared the overview for the first phenomenological theories of Husserl and Scheler. According to the psychological theory of Brentano, every psychic Act has an intentional nature, which is aligned to some object. There are several acts of conscience that Brentano, within the framework of his psychological descriptive theory (thumb). He makes a...

Passione e metamorfosi della bellezza

Elio Franzini
Passione e metamorfosi della bellezza Un’analisi dei problemi connessi alla sfera della passionalità ha in sé molti pericoli e alcune ambiguità. Almeno tre fra essi sembrano immediatamente risaltare: quello di asservire le situazioni affettive, nella loro complessità e indeterminatezza, a un atteggiamento teoretico che, nel momento in cui le analizza, ne tradisce la natura e l’intrinseco spessore qualitativo; quello, del tutto opposto, che vorrebbe esaurire la realtà e l’immediatezza dell’intuizione passionale in enigmatiche – ma...

Scheler und Nietzsche über das Mitleid: Ein zweiter Blick

Alexey Zhavoronkov
The paper presents a comparative analysis of Max Scheler’s and Friedrich Nietzsche’s concepts of compassion, in the light of Scheler’s critical treatment of Nietzsche’s ethical and anthropological ideas. In The Nature of Sympathy, Scheler develops a graded classification system of various types of sympathy, distancing himself from the metaphysical theory of Schopenhauer as well as from Nietzsche’s one-sided criticism of compassion as emotional contagion. While the key aspects of his phenomenological method look – at...

Randall Collins and the Sociology of Emotions

Paolo Iagulli
The objective of this article is to illustrate the close relationship between the thought of Randall Collins - well-known in Italy for his manuals, less so for his more innovative works - and the sociology of emotions. The publication of his book Conflict Sociology (1975) was one of the most significant episodes in the emergence of this field of study towards the end of the 1970s. More importantly, though, Collins’ interaction ritual theory is inextricably...

The Ambivalent Creation of Truth in the Digital Age

Michele Bonazzi
Truth is a complex concept that was able to fascinate the individuals since the dawn of time. The relevance of the truth is confirmed by the centrality that the concept has had in the philosophical debate.The philosophers, from the Presocratics onwards, have questioned the concept of truth providing different interpretations. The global, cosmopolitan and liquid society in which we live can be represented as a labyrinth where it is difficult to navigate as the great...

Crisis, Inequality and Consumption - a Dutch Perspective

Stefan Wahlen
Inequalities have been exacerbating in the Netherlands since the economic crisis hit ground in 2008, with poverty increasing substantially. The amount of the Dutch population living under the poverty line increased from 7,4 % in 2010 to 10,3 % in 2013. Different types of household are affected: single parent and one-person households, as well as those with migration background. Moreover, life course influences are inherent in the rising amount of children and of elderly in...

Italian Sociological Review, Vol 6, No 2 (2016)

Happyness: ethic duty and man's dimension...205 Animals, Humans and Sociability...151 A Comparison of Online and Offline Social Participation Impacts on Generalized Trust...185 Music of the Eye, Music of the Ear...225 The Meaning of the Made in Italy Changes in a Changing World...241 Watching over the Sacred Boundaries of the Family. Study on the Standing Sentinels and Cultural Resistance to LGBT Rights...265 Babies are not Born under a Cabbage Leaf...293

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