Metodo is an international, peer-reviewed, and 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. Learn more...
Familiarity and togetherness
Volume 10 (1)
a phenomenological exploration
on disorientation, homelessness, and we-identity in Alzheimer's dementia
from offline to online
familiarity and linguistic intimacy
Aron Gurwitsch's theory of organization
Call for papers
vol. 12 (1)Ontology and phenomenology of movement
Edited by Barcaro Marco; Duicu Dragoş
Deadline: Sep 15th 2023
The philosophical concept of movement designates any process that modifies reality (be it human or non-human)
Anvur (A Class), ERIH Plus, Ophen, Scopus
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