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Bibliography 2005

SYNTHESIS PHILOSOPHICA 39 (1/2005)

Die byzantinische Philosophie/Byzantine Philosophy


Georgi Kapriev, Zum Thema/Introductory 3–6
Katerina Ierodiakonou, The Byzantine Reception of Aristotle’s Categories 7–31
Georgi Kapriev, Die Eucharistie-Diskussion im lateinischen Mittelalter und
ihre Inkommensurabilität mit der östlichen Tradition 33–46
Oleg Georgiev,The Problem of Individuation in De divisione Naturae
(John Scot Eriugena). Body and Individuality 47–56
Tzotcho Boiadjiev, Meriston Symbolon. Gregorius Acindynus and the
Debate on Tabor Light 57–71
Ivan Christov, Kallistos Angelikoudes’ Critical Account of Thomistic
and Orthodox Anthropology 73–83
John A. Demetracopoulos, Manuel Calecas’ Translation of Boethius’
De Trinitate. Introduction, New Critical Edition, Index Graecolatinitatis 85–118
Über die AutorInnen 119–120

Studien/Studies
Jörg Wernecke, Kants Revolution der Denkungsart in theoretischer
und praktischer Absicht. Zur Anamnese einer sich selbst aufklären
wollenden Vernunft 121–140
Lenart Škof, From Compassion to Solidarity. The Ethical Self, Values,
and the Society 141–150

Bioethics/Bioethik
Thomas Sören Hoffmann, Zur Aktualität Kants für die Bioethik 151–163
Tonèi Matuliæ, The Universal Declaration on the Human Genome and
Human Rights. Some theological comments on it in the light of
interdisciplinary bioethical dialogue 165–180

On the Borders of Philosophy


Ivan Juras, Physical and Virtual Space 181–192
Inna Semetsky, Words, Things, Signs: Semiosis and the Memories
of the Future 193–209
Raffaella De Sanctis, Some Typographical Publishing Aspects
Connected with the Retorica and Historia of Francesco Patrizi 211–220

Book Reviews
Nada Gosiæ, Ante Èoviæ: Etika i bioetika (Ethics and Bioethics) 221–225
Stipe Grgas, Anthony M. Mlikotin: Lone Journey Toward Wisdom 225–228
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SYNTHESIS PHILOSOPHICA 40 (2/2005)

Minds in the World


Zdravko Radman, Introductory 231–236
Tim Crane, What is the Problem of Perception? 237–264
Mark A. Wrathall, Non-rational Grounds and Non-conceptual Content 265–278
Galen Strawson, Real Intentionality v.2: Why Intentionality Entails
Consciousness? 279–297
Dan Zahavi, Intentionality and Experience 299–318
Shaun Gallagher, Intentionality and Intentional Action 319–326
Jocelyn Benoist, Seeking and Finding. Intentionality as an
Internal and an External Relation 327–338
Eduard Marbach, Lässt sich Subjektivität naturalisieren?
Überlegungen im Ausgang von Husserl 339–354
Sonja Rinofner-Kreidl, The Limits of Representationalism.
A Phenomenological Critique of Thomas Metzinger’s
Self-Model Theory 355–371
Andrej Ule, How Can One Catch a Thought-Bird? Some
Wittgensteinian Comments to Computational Modelling of Mind 373–388
Klaus Mainzer, The Embodied Mind. On Computational,
Evolutionary, and Philosophical Interpretations of Cognition 389–406
Zdravko Radman, The View from the Background 407–421
Notes on Contributors 423–424

Studies/Studien
Severin Müller, Ende der Arbeit und »Labour of Thought«.
Zur Bestimmung humanen Arbeitens in der Philosophie der Neuzeit 425–442
Elvio Baccarini, The Liberal View on Some Common Issues in the
Moral Debate about Cloning 443–459
William L. McBride, The End of Liberal Democracy as We have
Known It? 461–470

Porträt
Gottfried Küenzlen, Max Weber: Religion und Entzauberung 471–480

Book Reviews/Buchbesprechungen
Marijan Krivak, Paolo Virno: Gramatika Mnoštva
(Grammar of the Multitude) 481–484
Ksenija Premur, The KOAN. Texts and Contexts in Zen Buddhism 484–486
Bibliography 2005 487–490
SYNTHESIS PHILOSOPHICA Bibliography 2005
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Index of Works According to Authors

Baccarini, Elvio:
The Liberal View on Some Common Issues in the Moral Debate about Cloning
40, 443–459
Benoist, Jocelyn:
Seeking and Finding. Intentionality as an Internal and an External Relation 40,
327–338
Boiadjiev, Tzotcho:
Meriston Symbolon. Gregorius Acindynus and the Debate on Tabor Light 39,
57–71
Christov, Ivan:
Kallistos Angelikoudes’ Critical Account of Thomistic and Orthodox Anthro-
pology 39, 73–83
Crane, Tim:
What is the Problem of Perception? 40, 237–264
De Sanctis, Raffaella:
Some Typographical Publishing Aspects Connected with the Retorica and Histo-
ria of Francesco Patrizi 39, 211–220
Demetracopoulos, John A.:
Manuel Calecas’ Translation of Boethius’ De Trinitate. Introduction, New Criti-
cal Edition, Index Graecolatinitatis 39, 85–118
Gallagher, Shaun:
Intentionality and Intentional Action 40, 319–326
Georgiev, Oleg:
The Problem of Individuation in De divisione Naturae (John Scot Eriugena).
Body and Individuality 39, 47–56
Gosiæ, Nada:
Ante Èoviæ: Etika i bioetika (Ethics and Bioethics) 39, 221–225
Grgas, Stipe:
Anthony M. Mlikotin: Lone Journey Toward Wisdom 39, 225–228
Hoffmann, Thomas Sören:
Zur Aktualität Kants für die Bioethik 39, 151–163
Ierodiakonou, Katerina:
The Byzantine Reception of Aristotle’s Categories 39, 7–31
Juras, Ivan:
Physical and Virtual Space 39, 181–192
Kapriev, Georgi:
Zum Thema/Introductory: Die byzantinische Philosophie/Byzantine Philosophy.
Angesichts der lateinischen mittelalterlichen Philosophie und der gegenwärti-
gen Fragestellungen der europäischen Kultur/With a view to Latin medieval
philosophy and the current questions of European culture 39, 3–6
Die Eucharistie-Diskussion im lateinischen Mittelalter und ihre Inkommensur-
abilität mit der östlichen Tradition 39, 33–46
Krivak, Marijan:
Paolo Virno: Gramatika Mnoštva (Grammar of the Multitude) 40, 481–484
Küenzlen, Gottfried:
Max Weber: Religion und Entzauberung 40, 471–480
SYNTHESIS PHILOSOPHICA Bibliography 2005
40 (2/2005) pp. (487–490) 492

Mainzer, Klaus:
The Embodied Mind. On Computational, Evolutionary, and Philosophical In-
terpretations of Cognition 40, 389–406
Marbach, Eduard:
Lässt sich Subjektivität naturalisieren? Überlegungen im Ausgang von Husserl
40, 339–354
Matuliæ, Tonèi:
The Universal Declaration on the Human Genome and Human Rights. Some
theological comments on it in the light of interdisciplinary bioethical dialogue
39, 165–180
McBride, William L.:
The End of Liberal Democracy as We have Known It? 40, 461–470
Müller, Severin:
Ende der Arbeit und »Labour of Thought«. Zur Bestimmung humanen Arbeitens
in der Philosophie der Neuzeit 40, 425–442
Premur, Ksenija:
The KOAN. Texts and Contexts in Zen Buddhism 40, 484–486
Radman, Zdravko:
Introductory: Minds in the World 40, 231–236
The View from the Background 40, 407–421
Rinofner-Kreidl, Sonja:
The Limits of Representationalism. A Phenomenological Critique of Thomas
Metzinger’s Self-Model Theory 40, 355–371
Semetsky, Inna:
Words, Things, Signs: Semiosis and the Memories of the Future 39, 193–209
Strawson, Galen:
Real Intentionality v.2: Why Intentionality Entails Consciousness? 40, 279–297
Škof, Lenart:
From Compassion to Solidarity. The Ethical Self, Values, and the Society 39,
141–150
Ule, Andrej:
How Can One Catch a Thought-Bird? Some Wittgensteinian Comments to
Computational Modelling of Mind 40, 373–388
Wernecke, Jörg:
Kants Revolution der Denkungsart in theoretischer und praktischer Absicht.
Zur Anamnese einer sich selbst aufklären wollenden Vernunft 39, 121–140
Wrathall, Mark A.:
Non-rational Grounds and Non-conceptual Content 40, 265–278
Zahavi, Dan:
Intentionality and Experience 40, 299–318