I will further make a few remarks on the partial resemblance between Uexküllian phenomenology and Tymieniecka’s ‘phenomenology of life’, and its difference from the ‘phaneroscopy’ of Peirce.
Wednesday, 6 October 2010
Phenomenology paper revised
A week ago or so I revised and expanded my paper 'Semiotics of Being and Uexküllian Phenomenology', to be considered for publication in Analecta Husserliana as part of the proceedings of the 60th international congress of Phenomenology, arranged in Bergen in August. A section "Concluding remarks" has been added. The expansions are in part reflected in the first part of this addition to the abstract (I also respond to some criticism):