社会的現実への現象学的アプローチ<br>The Phenomenological Approach to Social Reality : History, Concepts, Problems (Studies in the Philosophy of Sociality .6) (1st ed. 2016. 2016. vi, 379 S. 4 Farbabb. 235 mm)

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社会的現実への現象学的アプローチ
The Phenomenological Approach to Social Reality : History, Concepts, Problems (Studies in the Philosophy of Sociality .6) (1st ed. 2016. 2016. vi, 379 S. 4 Farbabb. 235 mm)

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This volume features fourteen essays that examine the works of key figures within the phenomenological movement in a clear and accessible way. It presents the fertile, groundbreaking, and unique aspects of phenomenological theorizing against the background of contemporary debate about social ontology and collective intentionality.The expert contributors explore the insights of such thinkers as Martin Heidegger, Edmund Husserl, Adolf Reinach, and Max Scheler. Readers will also learn about other sources that, although almost wholly neglected by historians of philosophy, testify to the vitality of the phenomenological tradition. In addition, the contributions highlight the systematic relevance of phenomenological research by pinpointing its position on social ontology and collective intentionality within the history of philosophy.By presenting phenomenological contributions in a scholarly yet accessible way, this volume introduces an interesting and important perspective into contemporary debate insofar as it bridges the gap between the analytical and the continental traditions in social philosophy. The volume provides readers with a deep understanding into such questions as: What does it mean to share experiences with others? What does it mean to share emotions with friends or to share intentions with partners in a joint endeavor? What are groups? What are institutional facts like money, universities, and cocktail parties? What are values and what role do values play in social reality?

Table of Contents

1 Social Reality -- The Phenomenological       1  (16)
Approach
Alessandro Salice
Hans Bernhard Schmid
Part I Social and Institutional Facts
2 Persons and Acts -- Collective and 17 (30)
Social. From Ontology to Politics
Kevin Mulligan
3 Legal Reality and its A Priori 47 (28)
Foundations -- a Question of Acting or
Interpreting? Felix Kaufmann, Fritz
Schreier and Their Critique of Adolf Reinach
Sophie Loidolt
4 Czeslaw Znamierowski's Social Ontology 75 (16)
and Its Phenomenological Roots
Giuseppe Lorini
Wojciech Zelaniec
5 Early Heidegger on Social Reality 91 (30)
Jo-Jo Koo
6 Karl Lowith's Understanding of Sociality 121(24)
Gerhard Thonhauser
Part II Doing Things Together
7 Husserl on Collective Intentionality 145(28)
Thomas Szanto
8 The Varieties of Togetherness: Scheler on 173(24)
Collective Affective Intentionality
Matthias Schloßberger
9 Communal Feelings and Implicit 197(22)
Self-Knowledge. Hermann Schmalenbach on the
Nature of the Social Bond
Hans Bernhard Schmid
10 Phenomenology of Experiential Sharing: 219(18)
The Contribution of Schutz and Walther
Felipe Leon
Dan Zahavi
Part III The Values and Ontological Status of
Social Reality
11 Communities and Values. Dietrich von 237(22)
Hildebrand's Social Ontology
Alessandro Salice
12 Ingarden's "Material-Value" Conception 259(20)
of Socio-Cultural Reality
Edward M. Swiderski
13 A Priori of the Law and Values in the 279(38)
Social Ontology of Wilhelm Schapp and Adolf
Reinach
Francesca De Vecchi
14 Disenchanting the Fact/Value Dichotomy: 317(32)
A Critique of Felix Kaufmann's Views on
Value and Social Reality
Sonja Rinofner-Kreidl
15 The Actuality of States and Other Social 349
Groups. Tomoo Otaka's Transcendental
Project?
Genki Uemura
Toru Yaegashi