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102-103 Phainomena 27/104-105 (June 2018) | 

102-103 Phainomena XXVI/102-103 (November 2017) | 

100-101 Phainomena XXVI/100-101 (June 2017) | 

98-99 The Horizons of Embodiment |

96-97 Naznake |

94-95 Respondenca |

92-93 Open Forum / Open Forms (English, German, French) |

90-91 Notice | 

88-89 Virtualities (English, German, French) | 

86-87 Prizma | 

84-85 Genalogies (English, German, French) | 

82-83 Selected Essays in Contemporary Italian philosophy (English, German, French) | 

80-80 Art of Understanding | 

79 Diapositive (English, German, French) 

76-77-78 Horizons of Freedom | 

74-75  Outlook (English, German, French) 

72-73 Analogies 

70-71 Repetition 

68-69 The Faces of Europe (English, German, French) 

66-67 Kunst und Form (English, German, French) 

64-65 Deductions 

62-63 Europe, World and Humanity in the 21st Century  

60-61 Europe, World and Humanity in the 21st Century (English, German, French)   

59 Humanism in Culture 

57-58 Globalization: World Ethos and World Peace 

55-56 Hermeneutics and Humanistics II | 

53-54 Hermeneutics and Humanistics I 

51-52 Philosophical  Dialects 

49-50 Culturality – Pictorality –  Conceptuality 

47-48 Signature 

45-46 European Understanding – Philosophical Understanding 

43-44 The Beginnings 

41-42 Being within Interpretation 

39-40 Graphs, diagrams 

37-38 Horizons and perspectives 

35-36 Origins  

33-34 Phenomenons and meanings  

31-32 Nihilism   | 

29-30 Metapolitics   | 

27-28 Tradition and Overpassing   | 

25-26 Ethics-Poetics   | 

23-24 Spheres of Meaning   | 

21-22 Circle of  Understanding  | 

19-20 Subject and Existence 

17-18 Descartes   | 

15-16 Aristotel | 

13-14 Heidegger  | 

11-12 Platon | 

9-10 Phenomenology and Theology 

7-8 Nietzsche 

5-6 Intentionality and Language 

Franz Brentano and the Beginnings of Phenomenology 

2-3 On Truth | 

1 Lebenswelt