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Module PHENOMENOLOGY AND SCHOLASTICISM: STEIN'S PHILOSOPHY

Module code: PH847
Credits: 10
Semester: 1
Department: PHILOSOPHY
International: No
Coordinator: Mette Lebech (PHILOSOPHY)
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This module aims to introduce the phenomenology and Christian philosophy of Edith Stein by reading texts from her early, middle and late periods. A close reading and discussion of the basic concepts opens onto a discussion of her contribution to phenomenology and the philosophia perennis, by placing particular emphasis on the way in which she channels the two traditions Ďinto one riverbedí. Typical topics such as empathy, person, community, state, essence, finite and eternal being are discussed with a view to understanding the development of her philosophy from phenomenology through ontology to Christian metaphysics.

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