NEW ISSUE

Responsibility and Justice for Future Generations in Dialogue with Phenomenology

Vol 5, No 2 (2017)

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NEW CALL FOR PAPERS – ISSUE VOL. 7 NO. 1 (2019)

Self and Singularity

Guest editors: Till Grohmann and Stefan Kristensen

Through this issue of Metodo, we would like to foster the exchange between the becoming of a self and the experience of its singularity. By referring phenomenology to the applied fields of developmental psychology, gender and race studies, psychoanalysis

and psychopathology, we ask for a confrontation of transcendental and genetic phenomenology with research outcome from the human sciences. In depth analysis on empirical and factual experiences in concrete socio-cultural settings should serve as an appropriate occasion for thinking the self’s singularity in its very complexity.

Phenomenology can offer some important contributions to this debate. While it may be true that the mainstream of the phenomenological tradition followed the Husserlian project of an epistemology grounded in the first person’s experience, we claim the possibility for phenomenological research to describe all types of subjectivation, all modes of emergence of the self, and not only the classical account polarized by epistemological aims.

Suggested topics for this issue include, but are not limited to, phenomenological inquiries into:

  • psychopathological phenomena;
  • relationships between self awareness and body image;
  • constructions of imaginary selves;
  • embodied gendered experience;
  • racial codification of self awareness.

Deadline for submission: December 31st, 2018.
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Metodo. International Studies in Phenomenology and Philosophy
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