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Human Studies

Human Studies 1/2019

Issue 1/2019

Helmuth Plessner’s Philosophical Anthropology. Its significance for a Philosophy of the Living and the Analysis of Societal and Cultural Orders

Table of Contents ( 9 Articles )

08-04-2019 | Theoretical/Philosophical Paper | Issue 1/2019


Gesa Lindemann

18-10-2018 | Theoretical/Philosophical Paper | Issue 1/2019

Translating Plessner’s Levels

Millay Hyatt, Phillip Honenberger

15-06-2018 | Theoretical / Philosophical Paper | Issue 1/2019

Categorial Differences: Plessner’s Philosophy Far from Reductive Naturalism and from Idealistic Culturalism

Volker Schürmann

31-05-2017 | Theoretical / Philosophical Paper | Issue 1/2019

How is the Human Life-Form of Mind Really Possible in Nature? Parallels Between John Dewey and Helmuth Plessner

Hans-Peter Krüger

18-12-2018 | Theoretical / Philosophical Paper | Issue 1/2019 Open Access

The Emergence of Practical Self-Understanding

Human Agency and Downward Causation in Plessner’s Philosophical Anthropology
Jos de Mul

14-03-2019 | Theoretical/Philosophical Paper | Issue 1/2019

Machina Sapiens: Digital Posthumanism from the Perspective of Plessner’s Logic of Levels

Katharina Block

28-03-2019 | Theoretical/Philosophical Paper | Issue 1/2019

The Social Undecidedness Relation

Gesa Lindemann

22-05-2018 | Theoretical / Philosophical Paper | Issue 1/2019

Humans, Materiality and Society: The Contemporary Sociological Relevance of Helmuth Plessner

Anna Henkel

18-12-2018 | Interview | Issue 1/2019

Eccentric Positionality: On Kant, Plessner, and Human Dignity. An Interview with J. M. Bernstein

Gesa Lindemann

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