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Phanomenologie der Natur (Phenomenology of nature) (review)

Phanomenologie der Natur (Phenomenology of nature) (review) BOOK NOTES Phanomenologie der Natur (Phenomenology of nature). Edited by Kah Kyung Cho È and Young-Ho Lee. Freiburg and Munich: Verlag Karl Alber, 1999. Pp. 281. Phanomenologie der Natur (Phenomenology of nature), edited by Kah Kyung Cho È and Young-Ho Lee, is a collection of sixteen essays (six in English, ten in German) that brings an unusually diverse set of perspectives (mostly phenomenological, many Heideggerian) to bear on the topic of nature. Of the seventeen contributors, five are Korean, four Japanese, five German, one Austrian, and two American. The first of the three sections bears the same title as the book, although, as Kah Kyung Cho remarks in his introduction, the originally proposed title, ``Phenomenology of Physis,'' might be in some respects more apposite. Indeed, although two of the essays deal with Professor Cho's workÐ``Die Frage nach dem `Natursein' bei Heidegger aus der Sicht von Kah Kyung Cho'' (The question of ``nature-ness'' in Heidegger from the perspective of Kah Kyung Cho), by Helmut Vetter, and ``How the Japanese `Edition' of Bewusstsein und Natursein [Consciousness and Natureness] Was Born,'' by Kiyoko ShimizuÐit is a pity that there is not a longer essay by Professor Cho himself, especially since his http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Philosophy East and West University of Hawai'I Press

Phanomenologie der Natur (Phenomenology of nature) (review)

Philosophy East and West , Volume 51 (4) – Jan 10, 2001

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BOOK NOTES Phanomenologie der Natur (Phenomenology of nature). Edited by Kah Kyung Cho È and Young-Ho Lee. Freiburg and Munich: Verlag Karl Alber, 1999. Pp. 281. Phanomenologie der Natur (Phenomenology of nature), edited by Kah Kyung Cho È and Young-Ho Lee, is a collection of sixteen essays (six in English, ten in German) that brings an unusually diverse set of perspectives (mostly phenomenological, many Heideggerian) to bear on the topic of nature. Of the seventeen contributors, five are Korean, four Japanese, five German, one Austrian, and two American. The first of the three sections bears the same title as the book, although, as Kah Kyung Cho remarks in his introduction, the originally proposed title, ``Phenomenology of Physis,'' might be in some respects more apposite. Indeed, although two of the essays deal with Professor Cho's workÐ``Die Frage nach dem `Natursein' bei Heidegger aus der Sicht von Kah Kyung Cho'' (The question of ``nature-ness'' in Heidegger from the perspective of Kah Kyung Cho), by Helmut Vetter, and ``How the Japanese `Edition' of Bewusstsein und Natursein [Consciousness and Natureness] Was Born,'' by Kiyoko ShimizuÐit is a pity that there is not a longer essay by Professor Cho himself, especially since his

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Published: Jan 10, 2001

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