ArticleButtiglione, RoccoDoes Seifert's personalism hold water? (1) The question is rather provocative but my answer will be clear: yes, it does. Not only it holds water but can be continued and stands in need of being continued. This paper will put Seifert within the phenome . . .
ArticleButtiglione, RoccoIn order to understand the significance of Edith Stein in the history of modern philosophy we must first situate her within the development of phenomenology. Phenomenology wants “to go back to things in themselves”. E. Husserl does not want, however, . . .