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Numero 11 SPACE

Geometry: The Mathematical Vision of Space

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What does the word “space” mean for a mathematician? What did it mean in the past? This essay takes a brief historical tour and describes some important steps in the evolution of geometry, from Euclid to Gauss and up to the breakthrough of non-Euclidean geometry. Leggi tutto »

 
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Two Uses of the Term “Space” in Psychoanalysis: Freud and Winnicott

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This essay analyzes two uses of the term “space” in psychoanalysis. The first use goes back to Freud and resides in his originary description of the psyche. In this first topica, Freud characterizes the psyche as extended in space and distributed over three regions–consciousness, the pre-conscious, and the unconscious. Leggi tutto »

 
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Space Is Not Motionless: Cosmology, Mechanics, and Metaphysics in Christiaan Huygens

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Christiaan Huygens’ scientific work (1629-1695) is situated in the period between Galileo and Descartes on the one side and Leibniz and Newton on the other. He was the greatest geometrician of his times and also gave an extraordinary impulse to mechanics both with his discovery of the laws of collisions, centrifugal force, and the brachistochrone curve (or curve of fastest descent) and with his revolutionary considerations on various foundational physical concepts. Leggi tutto »

 
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The Concept of Space in Husserl’s Phenomenology

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The essay analyzes Husserl’s phenomenological theory of space. The author begins by delimiting its semantic and philosophical field of belonging as defined by the link between the phenomenological notion of intentionality and the relation between immanence and transcendence. Leggi tutto »

 
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Hyperbolic Epoché: A Spatialization of the Transcendental

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Following up on Husserl’s analyses of space constitution, this article aims at pointing out the aporias of localization. Leggi tutto »

 
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(Atmospheric) Spaces and Feelings: Following up on Schmitz’s New Phenomenology

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Hermann Schmitz’s New Phenomenology opposes the prevailing conception of space understood either as a formal continuum void of lacunae (geometry and physics) or as an external theater within which human beings are spectators and actors (common sense). Leggi tutto »

 
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Bergsonian Topologies

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The article focuses on Bergson’s doctoral dissertation, The Idea of Place in Aristotle (1889), showing how its naturalistic principles challenge the epistemology of intensive quantities that, from Kant to Deleuze, has rooted topological thought in a transcendental dimension. Leggi tutto »

 
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From Spherology to Immunology: Peter Sloterdijk’ Theory of Space

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This essay offers an overview of German philosopher Peter Sloterdijk’s theories about the theme of space. In particular, it illustrates the connection among three different spatial theories, each of which is presented by Sloterdijk in one of the volumes of his trilogy Sphären. Leggi tutto »

 
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The Logical Space of Contradiction

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This paper interprets the criticism of the principle of non-contradiction (whose itinerary is retraced especially in G. Priest and N. Vasiliev) as a way to make space. It is difficult that a blue surface may also be red, and thus non-blue, at the same time and in the same respect. Leggi tutto »

 
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