International Studies in Phenomenology and Philosophy

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...

Current issue

Phenomenology in motion

from the principle of manifestation to the principle of tension

Roberta Lanfredini

Life in motion

Eugen Fink and Emmanuel Levinas

Lutz Niemann

Du "mouvement dansant" au "se-mouvoir"

Les phénoménologies du mouvement chez Erwin Straus (1930-1935)

Charles Bobant

Le tout de l'appartenance et le mouvement du monde

remarques sur un essai contemporain de cosmologie phénoménologique

Dragoş Duicu

Movement and meaning

an investigation in early intersubjective development

Tone RoaldSofie BoldsenSimo Køppe



Call for papers

vol. 13 (2)

On Generativity

Edited by Ossino Vanessa; Fantelli Federico; Nussbaumer Damian

Deadline: Apr 30th 2025

Throughout the history of phenomenology, several attempts have been made to reach beyond the limits of an egological-transcendental philosophy, while not completely abandoning the realm and dynamics of transcendental subjectivity

vol. 13 (1)

Transcendental phenomenology, the idea of philosophy and the foundation of science

Edited by de Santis Daniele; Quepons Ignacio

Deadline: Nov 30th 2024

Among the many tasks that phenomenology since its frst inception (and perhaps beyond) sets out to accomplish is to provide foundations for the sciences

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Metodo publishes two regular issues per year, each devoted to a specific topic and edited by two editors. We welcome proposals by external scholars to officiate as editors of a thematic issue.


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