Mystery in its Passions: Literary Explorations: Literary Explorations

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Through mystery, literature reveals to us the Great Unknown. While we are absorbed by the matters at hand with the present enactment of our life, groping for clues to handle them, it is through literature that we discover the hidden strings underlying their networks. Hence our fascination with literature. But there is more. The creative act of the human being, its proper focus, holds the key to the Sezam of life: to the great metaphysical/ontopoietic questions which literature may disclose. First, it leads us to the sublimal grounds of transformation in the human soul, source of the specifically human significance of life (Analecta Husserliana, Volume III, XIX, XXIII, XXVII)
Second, it leads us to the unveiling of the hidden workings of life in the twilight of knowing in a dialectic between The Visible and the Invisible, (Volume LXXV, 2002, Analecta Husserliana) down to the ontopoietic truth. (Volume LXXVI, 2002, Analecta Husserliana)
This prying into the unknown which provokes the human being as he or she attempts to conquer, step by step, a space of existence, finds its culmination in the phenomenon of mystery as the subject of the present collection. Its formulation brings us to the greatest question of all: the enigmatic solidarity -in-distinctiveness of human cognition and existence.
Papers are written by: Tony E. Afejuku, Gary Backhaus, Paul G. Beidler, Matthew J. Duffy, Raffaela Giovagnoli, Jennifer Anna Gosetti-Ferencei, Matti Itkonen, Lawrence Kimmel, Catherine Malloy, Vladimir L. Marchenkov, Nancy Mardas, Howard Pearce, Bernadette Prochaska, Victor Gerald Rivas, M.J. Sahlani, Dennis Skocz, Jadwiga S. Smith, Mara Stafecka, Max Statkiewicz, Mariola Sulkowska, Anna-Teresa Tymieniecka, Leon U. Weinman, Tim Weiss.
 

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The Hermeneutics of Poetry and the Mystery of Transcendence
7
Rilkes Sonnette an Orpheus
19
Literature Mystery and Truth
31
The master of Riddles and the Mystery of Truth
47
Tennysons In Memorian as FictionTestimony
65
Walt Wittmans Lilacs and Edmund Husserls Meaning
77
Cultural Worlds in Borges Historia Universal de la Infamia
85
Sufiism a Transcendental Pantheism and the Mystery of Mysticism in Persian Poetry
115
Mystery the Genetic System and Childrens Books
193
A Reflection on the Autobiographical Memory and on the Current Meaning of the Individual Life
215
Paul Ricoeurs the Symbolism of Evil in Marstons Antonio Plays
237
The Relationship Between Translatability and Competence
245
Wallace Stevens Poetry of The Strange Unlike
263
Heideggers Reading of Hōlderlins River Hymns
299
Knators Mystery of Death
311
Pindar and the Ethic of Encounter
321

In Persian Poetry
125
The Beauty of Thought Heidegger Gadamer and Mamardashvili
133
A Schutzian Analysis of Sherlock Holmes
145
Fictionalization of Incidents in the Autobiographies of Ezekiel Mphahlele Wole Soyinka Camara Laye and Peter Abrahams
183
Art and Mystery in Mikhail Bulgakovs Novel The Master and Margarita and Aleksei Losevs Study The Dialectics of Myth
347
Does What Has Been Survive after All? The Touch of Yesterday
359
INDEX OF NAMES
371
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Anna-Teresa Tymieniecka was born in Marianowo, Poland on February 28, 1923. She studied at the University of Krakow, the Sorbonne, and the University of Fribourg, Switzerland, where she received a Ph.D. in philosophy. She was the founder and president the World Institute for Advanced Phenomenological Research and Learning. She was the author of 14 books and the editor of Analecta Husserliana: The Yearbook of Phenomenological Research and Phenomenological Inquiry: A Review of Philosophical Ideas and Trends. She died on June 7, 2014 at the age of 91.

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