Personhood

Authors

Dragan Prole, University of Novi Sad; Goran Rujević, University of Novi Sad; George Arabatzis, National and Kapodistrian University of Athens; Una Popović, University of Novi Sad; George Boutlas, National and Kapodistrian University of Athens; Dragan Prole, University of Novi Sad; Panagiotis Kormas, National and Kapodistrian University of Athens; Antonia Moutzouri, National and Kapodistrian University of Athens; Damir Smiljanić, University of Novi Sad; Alkis Gounaris, National and Kapodistrian University of Athens; George Kosteletos, National and Kapodistrian University of Athens; Marica Rajković, University of Novi Sad; Ioannis Ladas, National and Kapodistrian University of Athens

Synopsis

 The motives for bringing about the Hellenic-Serbian Dialogue Series originate from the sentiment that mutual relations between Greeks and Sebs far surpass the cultural exchange between Greece and Serbia. Knowing that cooperation does not simply fall into one’s lap, but must be initiated by human will and energy, a group of philosophers from Athens and Novi Sad, the proverbial “Athens of Serbia,” committed themselves to improving this state of affairs, at least within the confines of their area of expertise, philosophy. It is our firm intent to carry out the promise of the title of this series in the following years. Apart from mere cooperation between our two institutions, our aim is also to facilitate an international dialogue that would involve a wide range of thinkers, regardless of their place of employment. The topic of this second volume is personhood, which was spurred on by the need to investigate the condition of humanity in the twenty-first century. With this second volume of the Hellenic-Serbian Philosophical Dialogue Series we have done our best to produce a rich, multi-faceted, broadly scoped, and inspiring book; we wish it becomes for the reader the ideal vehicle for an intellectually stimulating journey.

Chapters

  • Frontmatter
  • Introduction
    Dragan Prole, Goran Rujević
  • Byzantine Philosophy, Personhood, and Philosophical Language
    George Arabatzis
  • St. Augustine on Memory and Personhood
    Una Popović
  • The ‘Identity Doesn’t Matter to Morality’ View: Unconditional Third-Person Ascription of Personhood in Kant and Wittgenstein
    George Boutlas
  • The Phenomenological Understanding of the Person: Nietzsche in Husserl’s Shadow
    Dragan Prole
  • Self, Personality and Consciousness: Could Hellenistic Philosophical Approaches Have a Place in Modern Neuroscientific Research?
    Panagiotis Kormas, Antonia Moutzouri
  • Personification: A Category Mistake or a Categorial Novum?
    Damir Smiljanić
  • Licensed to Kill: Autonomous Weapons as Persons and Moral Agents
    Alkis Gounaris, George Kosteletos
  • Sartre and Personhood
    Marica Rajković
  • Bioethics and the Person
    Ioannis Ladas
  • Backmatter
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Online ISSN
2623-3576
Print ISSN
2623-3568

Details about this monograph

Co-publisher's ISBN-13 (24)
978-618-83729-3-1