Volume XVI

Phenomenology of Emotions, Systematical and Historical Perspectives

Aim and Scope: The New Yearbook for Phenomenology and Phenomenological Philosophy provides an annual international forum for phenomenological research in the spirit of Husserl's groundbreaking work and the extension of this work by such figures as Scheler, Heidegger, Sartre, Levinas, Merleau-Ponty and Gadamer.

Contributors: Esteban Marín Ávila, Thiemo Breyer, Jakub Čapek, Mariano Crespo, Roberta De Monticelli, John J. Drummond, Søren Engelsen, Maria Gyemant, Mirja Hartimo, Elisa Magrì, Ronny Miron,  Anthony J. Steinbock, Panos Theodorou, Íngrid Vendrell Ferran, Antonio Zirión Quijano, and Nate Zuckerman.

Submissions: Manuscripts, prepared for blind review, should be submitted to the Editors (burt-crowell.hopkins@univ-lille3.fr and drummond@fordham.edu) electronically via e-mail attachments.

part I|258 pages


chapter 1|23 pages

Emotions, value, and action

chapter 2|15 pages

Erotic perception

Intersubjectivity, history, and shame

chapter 4|11 pages

Self-conscious emotions

Reflections on their bipolarity, normativity, and perspectivity

chapter 5|22 pages

Is feeling something knowing something?

On the intentionality of feelings in Husserl’s early writings (1894–1913)

chapter 6|12 pages

Feeling as the ground of striving?

The contribution of Alexander Pfänder 1

chapter 8|22 pages

Phenomenological approaches to hatred

Scheler, Pfänder, and Kolnai

chapter 9|15 pages

Stein and the “rainbow of emotions”

Empathy and emotional experience

chapter 10|17 pages

Sensibility, values and selfhood

For a phenomenology of the emotional life

chapter 11|19 pages

On axiological and practical objectivity

Do Husserl’s considerations about objectivity in the axiological and practical realms demand a phenomenological account of dialogue?

chapter 12|17 pages

Feeling value

A systematic phenomenological account of the original mode of presentation of value

chapter 13|11 pages

Can emotions be directly moral?

Reflections on the recent book by Anthony Steinbock

part III|66 pages


chapter 16|18 pages

The external world – whole and parts

A Husserlian hermeneutics of the early ontology of Hedwig Conrad-Martius

chapter 17|21 pages

Husserl’s scientific context, 1917–1938

A look into Husserl’s private library 1