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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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About the editors

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METTE LEBECH is a lecturer in philosophy at Maynooth University. She holds degrees in philosophy from the Universities of Copenhagen, Louvain-la-neuve and Leuven. She has lectured and published widely on human dignity, friendship, bioethics and the philosophy of Edith Stein. Her publications include On the Problem of Human Dignity: A Hermeneutical and Phenomenological Investigation (2009), which employs Stein’s phenomenology to explore the experiential necessity of the idea of human dignity, and The Philosophy of Edith Stein: From Phenomenology to Metaphysics (2015). She is President of the International Association for the Study of the Philosophy of Edith Stein (IASPES). Her current research interest is in phenomenological value theory.

JOHN HAYDN GURMIN is a lecturer in philosophy at Maynooth University. He holds degrees in philosophy from Maynooth University, the Pontifical University at Maynooth and University College Dublin. He is Secretary of the International Association for the Study of the Philosophy of Edith Stein (IASPES) and his current research interests focus on philosophical theology, phenomenology and the philosophy of science (particularly evolution).

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