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2017 | 72 | 4 | 283 – 293
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K FENOMENOLÓGII KULTÚRY: TYMIENIECKA VERZUS HUSSERL

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Towards the phenomenology of culture: Tymieniecka versus Husserl
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The work an American philosopher coming from Polish lineage by A.-T. Tymieniecka (1923 – 2014), has become a subject of still growing interest after her death. The focus of the article is on several key concepts of her Logos and Life (1988 – 2000; 4 vls.), concerning creativity and production. On one hand, Tymieniecka exploits Husserl’s fiat of consciousness (rejecting at the same time his rationalism); on the other hand, she draws upon Aristotle’s poetics, which she wants to reconstruct. Her world is constituted as a “tree of life” with imaginatio creatrix on its top. The latter makes the memory, will and intellect to work through association and dissociation acts. The desired result is a new, ontopoietic life with all aspect of life in work, embodied in art and its genres. During his/her life the person is continually interpreting himself/herself. The highest point of the ontopoiesis of life is the ontopoiesis of culture – an objective Husserl also aimed at in his phenomenology.
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72
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4
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283 – 293
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  • Filozofický ústav SAV, Bratislava, Slovak Republic
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