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Intersubjectivity, Humanity, Being

Edith Stein’s Phenomenology and Christian Philosophy

Edited By Mette Lebech and John Haydn Gurmin

This volume brings together revised versions of papers presented at the inaugural conference of the International Association for the Study of the Philosophy of Edith Stein (IASPES). The conference papers are supplemented by a number of specially commissioned essays in order to provide a representative sample of the best research currently being carried out on Stein’s philosophy in the English speaking world. The first part of the volume centres on Stein’s phenomenology; the second part looks at her Christian philosophy; and the third part explores the contexts of her philosophical work.

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Acknowledgements xi Introduction 1 part one Phenomenology 5 Sarah Borden Sharkey Reconciling Time and Eternity: Edith Stein’s Philosophical Project 7 Joyce Avrech Berkman The Blinking Eye/I: Edith Stein as Philosopher and Autobiographer 21 Rachel Feldhay Brenner Edith Stein’s Concept of Empathy and the Problem of the Holocaust Witness: War Diaries of Polish Warsaw Writers 57 Antonio Calcagno Edith Stein’s Reworked Liberalism and the State 83 Marianne Sawicki Solidarity and the Legal Order in Stein’s Political Theory 103 Joachim Feldes A Yet Hidden Story: Edith Stein and the Bergzabern Circle 125 viii Gloria Zúñiga y Postigo Phenomenological Ontology: Stein’s Third Way 139 Elizabeth Meade Stein and Levinas on the Other 169 James Smith Reinachian Themes in An Investigation Concerning the State 185 Nicholas Madden OCD An Artist and Edith Stein 197 part two Christian Philosophy 209 Christof Betschart OCD Quid and Quale: Reflections on a Possible Complementarity Between Metaphysical and Phenomenological Approaches to Personal Individuality in Edith Stein’s Potenz und Akt 211 Philip Gonzales Edith Stein and Erich Przywara and the Place of Love in Christian Philosophy 229 Walter Redmond Edith Stein’s Ontological Argument 247 Marian Maskulak CPS Edith Stein’s Trinitarian Ontology 269 Gerald Gleeson Exemplars and Essences: Thomas Aquinas and Edith Stein 289 ix Thomas Gricoski OSB The Method of Stein’s Realism 309 Ken Casey Do We Die Alone? Edith Stein’s Critique of Heidegger 335 Hanna-Barbara Gerl-Falkovitz Sinnereignis in the Philosophy of Edith Stein 371 part three Stein’s Philosophy in Context 391 Jerzy Machnacz Hedwig Conrad-Martius und Edith Stein...

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