New Trends in Philosophy
 

New Trends in Philosophy

This Special Issue of Phenomenology and Mind (“New Trends in Philosophy”) gathers the works of young philosophers from all over the world, from master students to PhD candidates, postdoctoral fellows, and young researchers. It aims to draw a picture of the directions in which philosophy is heading and provide a critical overview of some of [...]

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Emotions, Normativity, and Social Life
 

Emotions, Normativity, and Social Life

The present issue of Phenomenology and Mind “Emotions, Normativity, and Social Life” contains a selection of papers presented at San Raffaele Spring School of Philosophy (SRSSP) 2016 both by invited speakers and by contributors selected through double-blind peer review. Moreover, it includes papers that were selected for presentation but whose authors could not attend SRSSP 2016. SRSSP [...]

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Consciousness and Cognition. The Cognitive Phenomenology Debate
 

Consciousness and Cognition. The Cogniti...

The main aim of this special issue of Phenomenology and Mind consists in promoting a reflection on the relationship between consciousness and cognition, by focusing in particular on the question whether there is (and, just in case, how should be conceived) a phenomenology characteristic of the cognitive level of our mental life. According to a [...]

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Joint Commitment: Collective Intentionality, Norms and Justice
 

Joint Commitment: Collective Intentional...

The present issue of Phenomenology and Mind, “Joint Commitment: Collective Intentionality, Norms and Justice”, originates from the Spring School “Joint Commitment: Collective Intentionality, Trust, and Political Obligation” which was organized by the research centres PERSONA (Research centre in phenomenology and sciences of the person) and CeSEP (Research centre in public ethics) and took place at Vita-Salute San Raffaele University [...]

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Philosophy and the Future of Europe
VOLUME 8, JULY 2015 

Philosophy and the Future of Europe

This issue of our journal is exceptionally multilingual in order to emphasize the value of that particular variety of national traditions which the European Union is supposed to have maintained and harmonized.

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