The Phenomenological Intuition of Space as the Nurturer (τιθήνη) of History and Global Crisis

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Virginia M. Giouli, PhD – The University of Reading, U.K

Series: Cultural Studies in the Third Millennium; World Philosophy
BISAC: PHI018000; PHI009000
DOI: https://doi.org/10.52305/QNBB8076

Plato’s model of the matrix of history (τιθήνη, the nurturer) foreshadows the dynamics of a crisis matrix, as conceived by Adam Tooze. This crisis matrix model of the universe can interpret geopolitical global modern crises with the phenomenologist’s embracketing method. In order to embracket, emarginate, the development  of historical phenomena in space, their unfolding in space implies the suspension of all claims as to actual reality. What is thus retained leads us to consider what really exists in history. The enquiry we have in mind is a conceptual analysis of ways of grasping how the historical process is unfolded in space. It is necessary that we should begin with historical events unfolding in space and the problems this entails thus following the steps of the phenomenological method as Spiegelberg takes them up.

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Table of Contents

Foreword

Preface

Acknowledgments

Chapter 1. Investigation of the Development of Historical Phenomena in Space

Section A. Phenomenological Intuition
Section B. Phenomenological Analysis
Section C. Phenomenological Description

Chapter 2. Investigation of General Essences of Historical Phenomena Unfolding in Space (Eidetic Intuition)

Chapter 3. Apprehending Essential Relationships of Historical Phenomena Unfolding in Space

Chapter 4. People Involved in the Unfolding of Historical Phenomena in Space and the Suspension of their Beliefs as to Reality: Some Problems

Chapter 5. The Phenomenology of Space Expansion and Global Crises: Slavoj Žižek’s Account References

Author’s Information

General Index

Index Nominum


Author’s ORCID iD

Virginia M. Giouli: 0000-0002-1923-4769

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