Reading Room Update – Lipps-Festschrift

In this update, we are sharing with you the Festschrift for Theodor Lipps in celebration of his 60th birthday: Münchener Philosophische Abhandlungen. Theodor Lipps zu seinem sechzigsten Geburtstag gewidmet von früheren Schülern, Leipzig: Johann Ambrosius Barth, 1911 (commonly referred to as simply Lipps-Festschrift).  Some of the essays from the Lipps-Festschrift were already available in the Reading Room, but now we have the complete collection.

Alexander PfänderVorwort, pp.iii-iv

Ernst von AsterNeukantianismus und Hegelianismus, pp.1-2

Alfred BrunswigDie Frage nach dem Grunde des sittlichen Sollens, pp. 26-50

Theodor ConradÜber Wahrnehmung und Vorstellung, pp.51-76

Max EttlingerZur Entwicklung der Raumanschauung bei Mensch und Tier, pp.77-99

Aloys FischerÄsthetik und Kunstwissenschaft, pp.100-124

Moritz GeigerDas Bewusstsein von Gefühlen, pp.125-162

Alexander PfänderMotive und Motivation, pp.163-195

Adolf ReinachZur Theorie des negativen Urteils, pp.196-254

Otto SelzExistenz als Gegenstandsbestimmtheit, pp.255-293

Else VoigtländerÜber die Bedeutung Freuds für die Psychologie, pp.294-316

Johannes Daubert had started to write an essay to be included in this volume, but was unable to finish it before the volume was published. For some insight into Daubert’s unfinished essay, see Karl Schuhmann and Barry Smith, “Against Idealism: Johannes Daubert vs. Husserl’s Ideas I and Karl Schuhmann, “Johannes Dauberts Kritik der ‘Theorie des negativen Urteils’ von Adolf Reinach,” in Speech Act and Sachverhalt (1987), pp.227-238.

From the Schuhmann Files – Exzerpt aus Daubertania A I 3

Now in our Reading Room, you will find a copy of Karl Schuhmann‘s transcription of a number of pages from Daubertania A I 3 – Mappe zur Phänomenologie der Evidenz.  This signature contains the notes for an essay Zur Phänomenologie der Evidenz which was to appear in the Festschrift for Alexander Pfänder‘s 60th birthday, along with a number of other excerpts (on each of Edmund Husserl, Aron Gurwitsch, Roman Ingarden, Theodor Celms, Aurel Kolnai, and Philipp Schwarz).

Included here are selections by Daubert on Husserl.  The ordering of the passages here does not match the order of the pages found in A I 3.

For more on this, see Karl Schuhmann and Barry Smith’s article, Against Idealism: Johannes Daubert vs. Husserl’s Ideas I.

CFP – Describing and Exploring Early Phenomenology, NASEP 2013

The North American Society for Early Phenomenology announces their 2nd Annual Conference, Describing and Exploring Early Phenomenology, to be held at King’s University College, Western University, 12-14 June, 2013.

Keynote Speaker: Lester Embree

NASEP invites all scholars to submit abstracts on any aspect of early phenomenology. This includes all philosophical investigations into the members of the Munich and Göttingen circles, their place within the early period of phenomenology (roughly 1900-1939), their relationship to other philosophers, and their contributions to the development of early phenomenology.  The aim of this conference is to investigate the works of early phenomenologists across a broad range of topics, including ethics, mathematics, logic, aesthetics, politics, epistemology, ontology, psychology, etc.  Figures covered include, but are not limited to: Edmund Husserl, Max Scheler, Moritz Geiger, Alexander Pfänder, Adolf Reinach, Carl Stumpf, Theodor Conrad, Johannes Daubert, Dietrich Mahnke, Hans Lipps, Hedwig Conrad-Martius, Wilhelm Schapp, Edith Stein, Alexandre Koyré, Jean Hering, Winthrop Bell, Maximilian Beck, Roman Ingarden, Dietrich von Hildebrand, Fritz Kaufmann, Theodor Celms, Aron Gurwitsch, Gustav Shpet, Gerda Walther, Wolfgang Köhler, Dorion Cairns, and Eugen Fink.  We also welcome papers on the relationship between early phenomenology and the School of Brentano, Hermann Lotze, Theodor Lipps, the American Pragmatists, and the Neo-Kantians.

Senior researchers and graduate students both are welcome to submit proposals. Graduate students should indicate their status in the email with their submission. Abstracts should be prepared for blind review, and should not exceed 300 words.

Deadline for submissions: March 1st, 2013.

Please send submissions and inquiries to:
Dr. Kimberly Baltzer-Jaray

Downloadable/printable PDF poster for distributing, click here:  NASEP2013CFP

From the Schuhmann Files – Daubert- and Reinach-Chronik

The newest additions to the Reading Room come courtesy of the late Karl Schuhmann: the Daubert-Chronik and the Reinach-Chronik.
Those familiar with the Husserl-Chronik will know the value of these documents.  These documents were provided to NASEP by Barry Smith with the express wish that Schuhmann’s work would be used by scholars to further their research.  We hope that you find them useful.
So head to the Reading Room and check them out!

*Note: A version of the Daubert-Chronik is also published in Karl Schuhmann: Selected Papers on Phenomenology (2004).