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The Yearbook on History and Interpretation of Phenomenology 2016

Vocations, Social Identities, Spirituality: Phenomenological Perspectives

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Edited By Jana Trajtelová

The fourth volume of the «Yearbook on History and Interpretation of Phenomenology: Vocations, Social Identities, Spirituality: Phenomenological Perspectives» presents variety of contemporary authors who explore the problem of vocation and closely related phenomena of personal, social, cultural (and transcultural) identity. They, altogether, point to its indispensable significance for our deeper understanding of the philosophical category of a «person», and a personal community, with all of its moral and axiological weight. The elucidation of our personal and social identities also unavoidably accompanies an ongoing, mutually respectful dialogue with other distinctive cultural life-worlds.

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List of Abbreviations ....................................................................................................7 Jana Trajtelová Introduction ..................................................................................................................9 Anthony J. Steinbock Phenomenology of Vocations ...................................................................................17 Mariano Crespo Emociones Morales e Identidad Personal ...............................................................47 Timo Miettinen Phenomenology and the Common World: Husserl’s Interpretation of Philosophy as a Social Vocation ...........................................................................61 Michal Zvarík The Decline of Freedom. Jan Patočka’s Phenomenological Critique of Liberalism. ...............................................................................................79 Patricio Mena Malet La Paradoja de la Vocación ........................................................................................101 Patrick Laude Theomorphic Vocation and the Non-Dual Identity: Frithjof Schuon’s “To Know Is To Be” ......................................................................123 Jana Trajtelová and Anthony J. Steinbock Transcendence as Creativity: Vocation in Andrei Tarkovsky ...............................139

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