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Pure Reflection and Intentional Process: The Foundation of Sartre's Phenomenological Ontology

Eric James Morelli

I am not interested in examining the development of Sartre’s view of pure reflection or in extracting a general notion of pure or purifying reflection from Sartre’s entire corpus. Instead, I am interested in understanding with Sartre’s help an experience that his account of pure reflection in the second chapter of Being and Nothingness, ‘Temporality’, concerns, namely the experience of founding a phenomenological theory.

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Must cognitive anthropology be mentalistic? Moving towards a relational ontology of social reality

Laurence Kaufmann and Fabrice Clément

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Heritage and Decolonial Climate Imaginaries

Anjuli Grantham

knowing and go towards adopting alternative ontological frameworks within the discipline of heritage itself ( Perry and Harvey 2015 ). Such approaches might recalibrate the field away from its foundations in coloniality ( Fogarty 2022 ). Coloniality

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Dreams and reality in the tubuan and the corporation

Keir Martin

punchline that is to come in which I eventually repent of my ontological imperialism and learn to “take seriously” the reality of that which I eagerly sought reasons to dismiss. A degree of reflection on the processes by which we come to experience or

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Mindfulness Meditation

A Sartrean Analysis

Dane Sawyer

difficulties, challenges, and neuroses. 1 What I think has been left out of the general academic, scientific, and scholarly discussion, however, is an existentially-oriented, phenomenological account of the ontology of mindfulness meditation, particularly one

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Absential Locations and the Figureless Ground

Clare Mac Cumhaill

transparent without remainder. To begin, I draw on C. B. Martin’s ontology of absence so as to generate some terminology that makes talk of nothingness more tractable. I set out the plan for the article at the end of the first section. Absences and Absential

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Jean-Paul Gagnon

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2,234 Descriptions of Democracy: An Update to Democracy’s Ontological Pluralism

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Jean-Paul Gagnon

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2,234 Descriptions of Democracy: An Update to Democracy’s Ontological Pluralism

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Jean-Paul Gagnon

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2,234 Descriptions of Democracy: An Update to Democracy’s Ontological Pluralism

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Evolutionary Thermodynamics and Theory of Social Quality as Links between Physics, Biology, and the Human Sciences

Jaap Westbroek, Harry Nijhuis, and Laurent van der Maesen

uncovering truth about reality in mathematical formulas. Because the ontology of physics is grounded on the reversibility of time, it is able to reproduce experimental research without the influence of events in time. All other sciences, however, are based on