Metodo. International Studies in Phenomenology and Philosophy is an international, double-blind peer-reviewed, and fully open access journal founded in 2012. Its aim is to foster philosophical investigations at the crossroad of phenomenological scholarship and other scientific and philosophical currents of thought.more...
vol. 8 (2)
ed. by Guccinelli Roberta; Iocco Gemmo
One of the liveliest topics of research in contemporary philosophy is the study of negative emotions— the so-called ombres de l’âme (Tappolet, Teroni, Konzelmann Ziv, Bilgrami, Nussbaum, Salice, Montes Sánchez)—and of pathological or abnormal affective experiences (Ratcliffe, Colombetti, Bayne and Fernàndez)
vol. 8 (1)
ed. by Croci Giacomo; Gerlek Selin
Within the history of philosophy, theories of institutions have dwelled following different traditions and lines of enquiry
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