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Nicolai Hartmanns Critical Ontology and the Critical Realism of the Berlin School of Gestalt Psychology
A Fictional Dialogue about an Unwritten Dissertation

rise and fall of the Graz School. Gestalt Theory 21 , 2, 140-158. Chrudzimski, A. (2007). Gegenstandstheorie und Theorie der Intentionalität bei Alexius Meinong . Berlin: Springer. D’Anna, G. (2016). Nicolai Hartmann und Gestalttheoretische Psychologie: Ein unwahrscheinliches Treffen (Diskussionsbeitrag). Gestalt Theory 38 , 1, 65-74. Duncker, K. (englisch: 1939, deutsch: 2003). Ethische Relativität? In H. Boege & H.-J.P. Walter (Hrsg.). (2008), 64-80. Duncker, K. (englisch: 1941/42, deutsch: 2002). Über Lust, Emotion und Streben. In H

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Nicolai Hartmanns Kritische Ontologie („wie sie als Grundlage der Gnoseologie anzustreben ist“) und der Kritische Realismus der Gestaltpsychologie („Berliner Schule“/Gestalttheorie)

rise and fall of the Graz School. Gestalt Theory 21, 2, 140-158. Chrudzimski, A. (2007). Gegenstandstheorie und Theorie der Intentionalität bei Alexius Meinong. Berlin: Springer. D’Anna, G. (2016). Nicolai Hartmann und Gestalttheoretische Psychologie: Ein unwahrscheinliches Treffen (Diskussionsbeitrag). Gestalt Theory 38, 1, 65-74. Duncker, K. (englisch: 1939, deutsch: 2003). Ethische Relativität? In H. Boege & H.-J.P.Walter (Hrsg.).(2008), 64-80. Duncker, K. (englisch: 1941/42, deutsch: 2002). Über Lust

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Transdisciplinarity: the hidden third, between the subject and the object

In the introduction we explain why the relation between the Object and the Subject is a crucial problem of philosophy. The key point in understanding the Object-Subject relation is the vision on Reality that humans shared in different periods of the historical time. We next describe some historical aspects concerning the transdisciplinary concept of “level of Reality”, namely in relation with the work of John of the Ladder (c. 525-606), Nicolai Hartmann (1882-1950) and especially Werner Heisenberg (1901-1976). We finally analyze a unified theory of levels of Reality - the transdisciplinary approach, with its three axioms: levels of Reality, logic of included middle and complexity. We describe an important consequence of the transdisciplinary approach: the existence of a zone of non-resistance, which plays the role of a third between the Subject and the Object. This Hidden Third is an interaction term which allows the unification of the transdisciplinary Subject and the transdisciplinary Object while preserving their difference.

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R. G. Collingwood’s Views on the Feeling – Thought Relation and Their Relevance for Current Research

-240. 17. Zaborowski, R. From Thumos to Emotion and Feeling. Some Observations on the Passivity and Activity of Affectivity. History & Philosophy of Psychology 12, 1/2010, pp. 1-25. 18. Zaborowski, R. On Time as a Factor Differentiating Feeling and Thought. Aristotle - Fortenbaugh - Antiphon The Sophist - Weininger. Organon 42, 2010, pp. 71-82. 19. Zaborowski, R. Max Scheler’s model of stratified affectivity and its relevance for research on emotions. Appraisal 8, 3/2010-2011, pp. 24-34. 20. Zaborowski, R. Nicolai Hartmann’s

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Philosophy as the Wisdom of Love

References ARENDT, H. (2006): Eichmann in Jerusalem . New York: Penguin. CICOVACKI, P. (1997): Anamorphosis: Kant on Knowledge and Ignorance . Lanham: University Press of America. CICOVACKI, P. (2014): The Analysis of Wonder: An Introduction to the Philosophy of Nicolai Hartmann . New York: Bloomsbury. FROMM, E. (1956): The Art of Loving . New York: Harper & Row. FROMM, E. (1992): The Anatomy of Human Destructiveness . New York: Henry Holt. HARTMANN, N. (2002): Moral Phenomena , trans. by S. Coit. New Brunswick

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On the puzzling value of human life

Nicolai Hartmann . New York: Bloomsbury. EDMUNDSON, M. (2015): Self and Soul: A Defense of Ideals . Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press. GADAMER, H-G. (1999): Hermeneutics, Religion, and Ethics , trans. J. Weinsheimer. New Haven, CN: Yale University Press. HARTMANN, N. (1962a): Das Problem des geistiges Seins . Berlin: de Gruyter. HARTMANN, N. (1962b): Ethik . Berlin: de Gruyter. HARTMANN, N. (2002): Moral Phenomena , trans. Andreas A. M. Kinneging. New Brunswick, NJ: Transaction Publishers. HARTMANN, N. (2003): Moral Values

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