The first paper edition of Volume Fifty of the Journal of the British Society for Phenomenology (2019) is out now.
Volume Fifty of the Journal of the British Society for Phenomenology has seen the first paper edition of 2019 issued this week. Number One contents:
Anya Daly – ‘A Phenomenological Grounding of Feminist Ethics’
Vladislav Suvák – ‘Patočka and Foucault: Taking Care of the Soul and Taking Care of the Self
Anita Williams – ‘The Freedom of Thought: Patočka on Descartes and Husserl’
Pietro Terzi – ‘The Relevance of Fink’s Notion of Operative Concepts for Derrida’s Deconstruction’
Leslie A. MacAvoy – ‘Heidegger, Dreyfus, and the Intelligibility of Practical Comportment’
The online version of the journal publishes articles in advance of the paper edition. To read ahead see ‘Latest Articles’ on the JBSP website at our publishers, Taylor and Francis. And if you don’t already, why not subscribe to the journal?
Reminder: JBSP 50th Anniversary Conference: On the History of Being – After the Black Notebooks (2019)
In celebration of Volume 50 of the JBSP, the British Society for Phenomenology is running a three-day conference, examining the contribution of Heidegger’s Schwarze Hefte (Black Notebooks) to an understanding of the question of the history of being. See the conference homepage for more details, including the Call for Papers.