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Alexandru Dragomir Institute for Philosophy
Dr. Alexandru BEJNARIU has a PhD from the University of Bucharest (2017). His main interests concern the phenomenological methodology in its Heideggerian and Husserlian design, the connection of phenomenological conceptuality in its development with ancient Greek and Christian traditions, the phenomenology of animality, and the role of embodied experience in the phenomenological investigation. Between June 2014 and September 2015 he was PhD Fellow of the Romanian Academy, Iaşi Branch, and between January 2016 and October 2017 he was Research Assistant in the project Phenomenological Approaches to the Anthropological Difference (IRH-ICUB). He is member of the Romanian Society for Phenomenology (SRF), the Nordic Society for Phenomenology (NoSP, since 2017), and the Center for Phenomenological Studies (CSF) at the Department of Philosophy, University of Bucharest. Other focus areas include: ancient philosophy, philosophy of religion, psychology.
Descriptive and intentional contents
in: Brentano and the positive philosophy of Comte and Mill, Berlin : de Gruyter
Brentano and the positive philosophy of Comte and Mill
Berlin, de Gruyter
Alexander Schnell, Was ist phänomenologie?
Studia Phaenomenologica 19
Human Studies 41/2
Comunitate – Identitate – Diferență
Bucharest, Zeta Books
Studia Phaenomenologica 17
The phenomenology of religious life
Antonio Cimino, Phänomenologie und Vollzug. Heideggers performative philosophie des faktischen lebens
Studia Phaenomenologica 14