Member Publications on or related to Scheler
Prof. Dr. Bruno Accarino
Florence
Italy
Email: bruno.accarino@unifi.it
Matteo Amori
Rome
Italy
Email: matamori@inwind.it
Alexander Aur
Perum Mega Regency Blok N2 no. 10
Desa Sukaragam RT 43/12
Serang Baru-Kabupaten Bekasi
Jawa Barat
INDONESIA
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Tel. 0812 865 05 007
Dr. Eberhard Avé-Lallemant
c/o Dietrich Gottstein
Roererstrasse 36
D-94469 Deggendorf
Germany
Email: dr.e.ave-lallemant@t-online.de
Tel. +49-991-9989649-0
Alexander Berg
Dresden
Germany
Email: obskurantophob@web.de
Prof. Michael Barber
Dept. of Philosophy
St. Louis University
St. Louis, MO 63103
USA
Email: barbermd@slu.edu
Guardian of Dialogue: Max Scheler’s Phenomenology, Sociology of Knowledge, and Philosophy of Love (1993)
Dr. Ralf Becker
Kiel
Germany
Email: becker@philsem.uni-kiel.de
HD Dr. Christian Bermes
Trier
Germany
Email: bermes@uni-trier.de
Prof. Harold Bershady
Dept. of Sociology
University of Pennsylvania
585 McNeil Building
3718 Locust Walk
Philadelphia, PA 19104
USA
Telephone: (215) 898-1538
Fax: (215) 573-2081
Email: hbershad@sas.upenn.edu
Co-editor, On Feeling, Knowing, and Valuing: Selected Writings (Heritage of Sociology) (1992)
Dr. Cornelius Bickel
Universität Kiel
Institut für Soziologie
D-24098 Kiel
Germany
Prof. Philip Blosser
Sacred Heart Major Seminary
College of Philosophy
2701 Chicago Blvd.
Detroit, MI 48206
USA
Tel. + (313) 883-8553
Email: phblosser@gmail.com
Scheler’s Critique of Kant’s Ethics (Series in Continental Thought, No 22) (1995); numerous articles
Martino Boccignone
Braunschweigerstraße 57
12055 Berlin
Germany
Email: martinobocci@hotmail.com
Prof. Ronda Chervin
School of History, Philosophy & Religion
Lenoir-Rhyne College
Hickory, NC 28603
USA
Tel. (828) 328-7376
Email: chervinronda@gmail.com
Orlacchio Claudio
Dresden
Germany
Email: tegl@libero.it
Prof. Mark Clisson
1 Beauchesne Drive
Hooksett , New Hampshire 03106
USA
Prof. Dr. Mariano Crespo
Chile
Email: mcrespos@us.cl
Prof. Phil Cronce
Dept of Hist/Phil/PolSci
Chicago State University
9501 South King Drive
Chicago, IL. 60628
USA
Tel. (773) 995-2513 (Univ.)
Email: pcronce@hotmail.com
Prof. John Crosby
Philosophy Department Chairman
Director, M.A. Philosophy
Franciscan University of Steubenville
1235 University Blvd.
Steubenville, OH 43952
USA
Tel. (740) 283-6401 x2362 (office)
Tel. (740) 282-4227 (home)
Email: jcrosby@franciscan.edu
The Selfhood of the Human Person (1996)
Guido Cusinato
Padua
Italy
Email: guido.cusinato@univr.it
Mark Anthony Dacela
Asia Pacific College
#3 Humabon Place
Magallanes, Makati City 1232
Cityland Pasong Tamo Inc
Makati, Metro Manila 1232
Philippines
Email: markanthony_dacela@yahoo.com
Tel.: +6272353789
Daniel Dahlstrom
CAS Philosophy
Boston University
745 Commonwealth Ave.
Boston, MA 02115
USA
Email: dahlstro@bu.edu
Dorofeev Daniil (Даниил Дорофеев)
Saint Petersburg
Russia
Email: dandorof@rambler.ru
President, Russian Max Scheler Society (www.max-scheler.spb.ru)
Autonomous and Heterogenous Spontaneity: A Philosophical-Anthropological Analysis (2007); “Scheler and Bachtin”; “Philosophy and philosophical anthropology of Max Scheler”; “Manifestation of time in Scheler’s philosophy”; “Ethics and axiology of Scheler”; Scheler’s understanding of sign”; and other articles.
Zachary Davis
Philosophy Department
St Johns Hall, B30
St Johns University
8000 Utopia Parkway
Jamaica , NY 11439
USA
Tel. (718) 990-5256
Email: davisz@stjohns.edu
articles
Michael J. Deem
Department of Philosophy
University of Notre Dame
111 Malloy Hall
Notre Dame, IN 46530
USA
Tel. (713) 784-8475 (day)
Email: Michael.J.Deem.1@nd.edu
Heike Delitz, Dipl. -Ing., M.A.
Dresden
Germany
Email: Heike.Delitz@tu-dresden.de
Federica Demuru
Università degli Studi di Cagliari
Via della Liberazione, 23
Meana Sardo (NU)
Sardegna
Italy (Italia)
Tel. 3204510832
Email: federicademuru@tiscali.it
Alexis Dirakis
Potsdam
Germany
Email: alexisdirakis@yahoo.fr
Prof. Dr. Huib Ernste
Nijmegen
The Netherlands
Email: h.ernste@fm.ru.nl
PD Dr. Eva-Maria Engelen
Universität Konstanz
78457 Konstanz
Germany
Phone: +49 (0)7531 / 88 – 0
Uni: Raum G 612, Tel.: 3023
E-mail: Eva-Maria.Engelen@uni-konstanz.de
Dr. Joachim Fischer
Dresden
Germany
Email: Joachim.Fischer@tu-dresden.de
“Exploring the Core Identity of Philosophical Anthropology through the Works of Max Scheler, Helmuth Plessner, and Arnold Gehlen,” in: Iris. European Journal of Philosophy and Public Debate, Florence University Press, Vol. I, 1 (2009), pp. 153-170 [PDF online]; Philosophische Anthropologie: Eine Denkrichtung des 20. Jahrhunderts, Studienausgabe, Freiburg 2009.
Prof. Manfred S. Frings +
11809 San Francisco N.E.
Albuquerque, NM 87122
USA
Tel: (504) 821-4169
Fax: (505) 821-4017
Email: manfred@frings.us
Max Scheler: A Concise Introduction Into the World of a Great Thinker (1965); Person und Dasein: Zur Frage der Ontologie des Wertseins (1969); The Mind of Max Scheler: The First Comprehensive Guide Based on the Complete Works (Marquette Studies in Philosophy, 13) (1997); Life Time: Max Scheler’s Philosophy of Time: A First Inquiry and Presentation (Phaenomenologica, 169) (1993); numerous books & articles.
Karin Frings
11809 San Francisco N.E.
Albuquerque, NM 87122
USA
Tel: (504) 821-4169
Fax: (505) 821-4017
Email: karin@frings.us
Dr. Günter Fröhlich, PD
Regensburg
Germany
Email: guenter.froehlich@psk.uni-regensburg.de
Prof. Dr. Michael Gabel
Universität Erfurt
Theologische Fakultät
Nordhäuser Str. 63
D-99089 Erfurt
Germany
Tel. +49 (361) 737 2506 (day)
Tel. +49 (3628) 601215 (evening)
Email: michael.gabel@uni-erfurt.de
Intentionalität des Geistes: Der phänomenologische Denkansatz bei Max Scheler (Leipzig: Benno-Verlag, 1991); “Nachbarschaft als Aufgabe,”Polis und Kosmos. Perspektiven einer Philosophie des Politischen und einer Philosophischen Kosmologie, Hrsg., Dietrich Gottstein &Hans Rainer Sepp (Würzburg 2007); Von der Ursprünglichkeit der Gabe: Jean-Luc Marions Phänomenologie in der Diskussion, Hrsg., Hans Joas und Michael Gabel (Freiburg/München 2007).
Kamila Gajda
Berlin
Germany
Olga Galanova
Dresden
Germany
Email: ogalanowa@yahoo.com
Prof. Ail Gheissar
Department of History
University of San Diego
Alceolá Park
San Diego, CA 92119 – 2492
USA
Regina Ginella, M.A.
Ansbach
Germany
Email: regina_ginella@reg-mfr.bayern.de
Susan Gottlöber, M.A.
Dresden
Germany
Email: demitras@gmail.com
Christina Gould
Southern Illinois University at Carbondale
2142 Clarke Street
Murphysboro, IL 62966
USA
Tel: (618) 684-3501
Email: cgould@siu.edu
Jeff Governale
Indiana-Purdue Fort Wayne (IPFW)
2101 East Coliseum Blvd.
Neff 130
Fort Wayne, IN 46805
USA
Email: governaj@ipfw.edu
(260) 481-0507 (day)
(260) 481-6366 (evening)
interests in Scheler’s theology, connections with A.N. Whitehead and S. Alexander
Ms. Carrie Gress
Ethics & Public Policy Center
1015 15th St NW
Suite 900
Washington, DC 20005
USA
Tel. (202) 682-1200 x218
Fax. (202) 408-0632
Email: cgress@eppc.org
Dr. Larry D. Harwood
Associate Professor, Philosophy and Religious Studies
Viterbo University
900 Viterbo Drive
La Crosse, Wisconsin 54601
USA
Tel. (608) 796-3702 (office)
Email: ldharwood@viterbo.edu
The Relationship of Materiality to Religious and Philosophical Consciousness in the 16th Century European Reformed Protestant Tradition (Diss. Marquette, 1988)
Friedrich Hausen, M.A.
Dresden
Germany
Email: Friedrich.Hausen@mailbox.tu-dresden.de
Tino Heim, M.A.
Dresden
Germany
Prof. Dr. Wolfhart Henckmann
Munich
Germany
Email: wolfhart.henckmann@lrz.uni-muenchen.de
Dr. Raymond D. Henker
900 E. Wilmette
Palatine, IL 60074
USA
Tel. (312) 593-3928
Email: rdhenker@gmail.com
 “Scheler & Kant, the Categorical Imperative, and the Principle of Einfühlung
Brian Himes
Boston College
Email: himes@bc.edu
Michael Hog, M.A.
Berlin
Germany
Email: michaelhog@web.de
John Van Hougt
Gonzaga University
401 E Nora
Spokane, WA 99207
USA
Tel. 503-302-4295
Email: agoodsourceof@hotmail.com
Line Ryberg Ingerslev
Copenhagen (Kopenhagen)
Denmark
Email: lri@hum.ku.dk
Walter R. Isaac
The Institute for the Study of Race
and Social Thought
Temple University
Anderson Hall, Room 650
1114 W. Berks St.
Philadelphia, PA 19122-6090
USA
Tel. 267-939-7931
Email: wisaac@temple.edu
Michael Kauppert, Dipl. Soz.
Jena
Germany
Email: michael.kauppert@uni-jena.de
Prof. Eugene Kelly
Social Sciences Department
New York Institute of Technology
Old Westbury Campus, NY 11568
USA
Email: ekelly@odin.nyit.edu
Max Scheler (1977); Structure and Diversity: Studies in the Phenomenological Philosophy of Max Scheler (Phaenomenologica, Vol 141) (1997); Material Ethics of Value: Max Scheler and Nicolai Hartmann (2011); numerous articles.
HD Dr. Mikhail Khorkov
Moscow (Moskau)
Russia
Email: mkhorkov@mail.ru
Jonathan Kim-Reuter
Georgian Court University
72-72 112th Street, Apt. #5P
Forest Hills, NY 11375
USA
Tel. (718) 261-3298
Email: j.kimreuter@verizon.net
Karsten Klein
Dresden
Germany
Email: karstenklein1@gmx.net
Assoc. Prof. Dr. Ivan Kolev
Sofia University
St. Kliment Ohridski
Bulgaria
Email: ivankolev.bulgaria@gmail.com
Book: Philosophical Anthropology: Idea, Genesis, Positions (2013).
Web site: http://philosophicalanthropologyinfo.wordpress.com
Prof. Dr. Hans Peter Küger
Potsdam
Germany
Email: wilhelm@uni-potsdam.de
Prof. Dr. Airi Liimets
Tallinn
Estonia
Email: airi_liimets@yahoo.de
Prof. Dr. Gesa Lindemann
Berlin
Germany
Prof. Dr. Jens Loenhoff
Essen
Germany
Email: jens.loenhoff@uni-due.de
Veronika Magyar-Haas
Bielefeld
Germany
Email: veronika.magyar@uni-bielefeld.de
Joseph Markenstein
Seton Hall University (graduate
545 Horning St.
San Jose, Ca. 95112
USA
Tel. (408) 899-1383
Email: jacob716@juno.com
Prof. Dr. Giovanni Matteucci
Bologna
Italy
Email: giovanni.matteucci@unibo.it
Carlos Eduardo Meirelles Matheus
Professor
PUC SP – Pontifícia Universidade Católica de S. Paulo
Rua Ernesto Nazaré 137 CEP
São Paulo 05462.001
Brazil
Tel. +5511.3814.3238
Tel. +5511.9984.4599
Email:
“Da mutabilidade dos valores na Ética de Max Scheler” (diss., 1974); Participation on MSG 2005 – Die Bildung der Gesellschaft – (“O social e o humano”) “Das Gesellschaftiche und das Menschliche” ; other articles in Brazilian publications.
Prof. Dr. Ullrich Melle
Leuven
Germany
Email: Ullrich.Melle@hiw.KuLeuven.be
Ralf Meyer, Dipl. Theol.
Hamburg
Germany
Email: ralfmeyer@uni.hamburg.de
Prof. Dr. Yoshiyuki Mikoshiba
Tokyo
Japan
Email: mikoyuki@waseda.jp
Professor Robert Miller
3393 Mayfair Avenue
Cincinnati, Ohio 45211
USA
Robert Victor Miole
2911 Sunwood Drive
San Jose, CA 95111
USA
Tel. (408) 227-3787 (home)
Tel. (408) 206-9523 (cell)
Email: r.v.miole@gmail.com
Dr. Eric J. Mohr
403 S Braddock Ave
Pittsburgh, PA 15221
USA
Email: mohre@duq.edu
  • Dissertation: Max Scheler’s Critical Theory: The Idea of Critical Phenomenology (Duquesne University)
  • “Phenomenological Intuition and the Problem of Philosophy as Method and Science: Husserl and Scheler,” Symposium: Canadian Journal for Continental Philosophy, Vol. 16 No. 2 (Fall 2012)
  • “Does Aristotle’s Ethics Represent ‘Pharisaism’?: A Survey of Scheler’s Critique,” Quaestiones Disputatae, Vol. 3 No. 1 (Fall 2012)
Dr. Imtiaz Moosa
629 Century Avenue
#4 Pheasant Run Apartments
Middelton, WI 53562
USA
Oliver Müller Freiburg, Dr. Phil.
Tokyo
Japan
Email: oliver.mueller@uniklinik-freiburg.de
Prof. Dr. Ernst-Wolfgang Ort
Trier
Germany
Email: orth@uni-trier.de
Prof. Dr. Ricardo Parellada
Facultad de Filosofía
Universidad Complutense de Madrid
Ciudad Universitaria s/n
28040 Madrid
Spain
Tel. +34 913 945 265
Email: parellada@filos.ucm.es
Prof. Ronald F. Perrin
Dept. of Political Science
College of Arts and Sciences
University of Montana
Missoula, MT 59812-1038
USA
Tel. (406) 542-2017 (home)
Email: sindelarjr@mso.umt.edu
Max Scheler’s Concept of the Person: An Ethics of Humanism (1991); articles.
Dr. Dipl.-Volkswirt Uwe Petersen
Berlin
Germany
Email: petersenuwo@nikocity.de
Pascal Pilgram, M.A.
Leipzig
Germany
Email: pascalpilgram@web.de
Alfredo Garcia Quesada
Pontificia Universidad Catolica del Peru / Universidad Catolica San Pablo
Av Universitaria Cdra. 18 – San Miguel
Lima
Peru
(Director of the Center for Research of the Faculty of Theology and Philosophy in Lima since 2003; appointed by John Paul II as Adviser of the Pontifical Council for Culture of the Holy See from 2004 to 2009.)
Tel. 51-1-6262120
Email: aagarcia@pucp.edu.pe
The theory of models in the philosophy of Max Scheler (MA thesis, 1995, PUC-RJ, Brazil); The significance of act in culture: Scheler, Cassirer and MacIntyre (PhD thesis, 2001, PUC-RJ, Brazil); Fe y cultura en el pensamiento católico latinomaericano, ed. (Universidad Catolica San Pablo, Arequipa 2007).
HD Sirio Quintero
Venezuela
Email: sirioquintero@hotmail.de, or
sirioquintero@yahoo.com
“La ética constructivista en confronto con la ética en Max Scheler” (diss.); “Logical Possibilities versus Motivational Possibilities: Husserl’s Contribution to Action Theory”. Interests: Interest: The formalization of the Husserl’s notion Intentionality; Scheler’s roll in the contemporary Action Theory; Intentionality and morality; Phenomenology of values.
Prof. Dr. Karl-Siegbert Rehberg
Dresden
Germany
Email: karl-siegbert.rehbert@tu-dresden.de
Dr. Theda Rehbock
Dresden
Germany
Email: theda.rehbock@freenet.de
Jason Rickman
So. Illinois University–Carbondale
Philosophy Dept.–So. Illinois Univ.
Faner 3065 (Mailcode 4505)
Carbondale, IL 62901
USA
Tel. (618) 203 6987
Email: sophron@gmail.com
HD Dr. Thomas Rolf
Chemnitz
Germany
Email: thomas.rolf@phil.tu-chemnitz.de
Alessia Ruco
Bologna
Italy
Email: alessiaruco@gmail.com
Gregory B. Sadler, Ph.D.
President and Co-founder, ReasonIO
Instructor, Philosophy and Religious Studies, Marist College
Instructor, Philosophy, Oplerno
51 Glen Street
Kingston, NY 12401
USA
Email: gbisadler@gmail.com
Dr. Angelika Sander
Berlin
Germany
Email: Dr.Angelika.Sander@bnv-gz.de
Jonathan J. Sanford, Ph.D.
Dean, Constatin College of Liberal Arts
Professor of Philosophy
University of Dallas
1845 E. Northgate Dr.
Irving, TX 75062
USA
O: (972) 721-5388
F: (972) 721-40439
Email: jsanford@udallas.edu
articles
Lorenzo Santoro
Ph.D. doctor universitá Roma Tre
Gottschalkstrasse 19
Berlin 13359
Germany
Email: lorenzo_santoro@yahoo.it
articles on Hannah Arendt, Simone Weil, Giuseppe Dossetti, Charles Ives, fascism.
Michael Sangervasi
Lecturer in Social and Political Theory
Brandman University, California, U.S.A.
2950 Buskirk Avenue, Suite 200
Walnut Creek, California 94597
U.S.A.
Tel. 925-930-2000
Email: sangerva@brandman.edu
John Schaff
University of St. Thomas
6427 Country Club Dr.
Houston, TX 77023
USA
Tel. 832-236-1994 (day)
713-926-3759(evening)
Email: jschaff@houston.rr.com
Prof. Frank Schalow
7310 Freret Street
New Orleans, LA 70118
USA
Email: fschlaw@uno.edu
Dr. Matthias Schloßberger
Potsdam
Germany
Email: schloss@rz.uni-potsdam.de
Prof. Stephen F. Schneck
Dept. of Politics
The Catholic University of America
Washington, DC 20064
USA
Tel. (202) 319-6228
Email: schneck@cua.edu (school)
Person and Polis: Max Scheler’s Personalism as Political Theory (1987); Max Scheler’s Acting Persons: New Perspectives (Value Inquiry Book Series 131) (2002); articles.
Nele Schneidereit, M.A.
Dresden
Germany
Email: nele.schneidereit@tu-dresden.de
Thomas Schubert
Potsdam
Germany
Email: forsthaus.nordtor@web.de
HD Dr. Volker Schürmann
Leipzig
Germany
Email: vschuer@rz.uni-leipzig.de
Dr. Johannes Schwarte
Münster
Germany
Email: Johannes.Schwarte@gmx.de
Josef Seifert, Rector
International Academy of Philosophy
IAP – Liechtenstein
Email : jseifert@iap.li
IAP – Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile
Campus San Joaquín
Av. Vicuña Mackenna 4860
7820436 Macul
Santiago de Chile
CHILE
Tel. +56 2 354 1513 (Secretary)
Tel. +56 (0) 907 89 485 (Cell)
Email: jseifer@iap.puc.cl
Home Pages: www.puc.cl/iapuc; www.iap.li/
“Schelers Denken des absoluten Ursprungs: Zum Verhältnis von Schelers Metaphysik und Religionsphilosophie zum ontologischen Gottesbeweis,” in: Christian Bermes, Wolfhart Henckmann, Heinz Leonardy und Türingische Gesellschaft für Philosophie, Jena (Hg.), Denken des Ursprungs — Ursprung des Denkens; “Schelers Philosophie und ihre Anfänge in Jena,” Kritisches Jahrbuch der Philosophie 3 (1998), S. 34-53; “Max Scheler’s Principle of Moral and Religious Solidarity,” Communio, XXIV/1 (Spring, 1997), 110-127; “Scheler on Repentance,” in Max Scheler, John Crosby (Ed.) American Catholic Philosophical Quarterly, 79, 1 (Winter 2005), 183-202; Gott als Gottesbeweis. Eine phänomenologische Neubegründung des ontologischen Arguments (Heidelberg: Universitätsverlag C. Winter, 1996), 2. Aufl. 2000; and numerous other articles.
Univ.-Doz Dr. Hans Reiner Sepp
Prague (Prag)
Czech Republic
Email: hr.sepp@web.de
Prof. Eiichi Shimomissé
California State University, Dominguez Hills
La Corte Hall
1000 East Victoria Street
Carson, CA
USA
Home address:
3233 Parkhurst Dr.
Palos Verdes, CA 90274
USA
Tel. (310) 519-0321
Fax (310) 519-1807
Email : eshimomisse@cox.net
Die Phanomenologie Und Das Problem Der Grundlegung Der Ethik, an Hand Des Versuchs Von Max Scheler (1971); articles.
Stephan Simon
Berlin
Germany
Email: simonste@student-hu-berlin.de

Prof. Peter Spader
Dept. of Philosophy
Marywood University
Scranton, PA 18509
USA
Tel. 570-348-6211, ext. 2576
Email: spader@marywood.edu

Scheler’s Ethical Personalism: Its Logic, Development, and Promise (2002); numerous articles.

Mr. Joseph Spencer
Dept. of Philosophy
Bridgewater State University
Tillinghast Hall
45 School Street
Bridgewater, MA 02325
Tel. (774) 128-6023
Email: j1spencer@bridgew.edu

Prof. Kenneth Stikkers
Dept. of Philosophy
Southern Illinois University
Carbondale, IL 62901
USA
Tel. 618-536-6641
Email: kstikker@siu.edu
“The Influence of Pragmatism on Max Scheler’s Sociology of Knowledge,” Between Pragmatism and Constructivism, ed. Larry Hickman, Stefan Neubert, and Kersten Reich (Fordham, 2009), pp. 67-83; “Persons and Power: Max Scheler and Michel Foucault on the Spiritualization of Power,” The Pluralist 4 (Spring 2009): 51-59; “The Primacy of Value in Max Scheler and American Pragmatism,” in American and European Values, ed. Matthew Flamm and Krzysztof Skowronski (Cambridge, 2008), pp. 164-75; “Der Einfluss von Charles S. Peirce und William James auf die Soziologie des Wissens bei Max Scheler—ein Dialog zwischen Pragmatismus und Konstruktivismus in historischer Perspektive,“ in John Dewey: Zwischen Pragmatismus und Konstruktivismus, ed. L. Hickman, et al. (Muenster, 2004), pp. 46-58; “Value as Ontological Difference,” The Phenomenology of Values and Valuing, ed. L. Embree & J. Hart (Kluwer, 1997), pp. 137-54; “Technologies of the World, Technologies of the Self: A Schelerian Critique of Dewey and Hickman,” Journal of Speculative Philosophy (1996); “Goals, Values, and Community in the Social Economy: Some Implications from the Social Theories of Aristotle, Toennies, and Scheler,” Forum for Social Economics (Spring 1988): 1-12; Review of Philosophy of Prediction and Capitalism, by Manfred S. Frings, Canadian Philosophical Review (October 1988): 396-98; “Max Scheler’s Contributions to Social Economics,” Review of Social Economy 45 (December 1987): 223-42; (co-editor) Max Scheler, “Shame and Feelings of Modesty,” in Person and Self-Value, tr. and ed. Manfred S. Frings, (Nijhoff, 1987), pp. 1-85; “‘Ethos.’ Its Relationship to Real and Ideal Sociological Factors in Max Scheler’s Philosophy of Culture,” Listening 21 (Fall 1986): 243-53; “Phenomenology as Psychic Technique of Non-Resistance,” in Phenomenology in Practice and Theory: Essays for Herbert Spiegelberg, ed. W.S. Hamrick, Phaenomenologica 92 (Nijhoff, 1985), pp. 129-151; editor, Problems of a Sociology of Knowledge, by Max Scheler, tr. Manfred Frings (London, 1980); “Max Scheler: Toward a Sociology of Space,” Journal of the British Society for Phenomenology 9 (October 1978): 175-183; (co-compiler) “Bibliography of English Translations of the Works of Max Scheler,” Journal of the British Society for Phenomenology 9 (October 1978): 207-08; (co-author) “Introduction to Max Scheler’s ‘The Idea of Peace and Pacifism,'” Journal of the British Society for Phenomenology 7 (October 1976): 151-153.

Prof. Robert Sweeney
Dept. of Philosophy
John Carrol University
University Heights
Cleveland, OH 44418
USA
Email: sweeney@jcvaxa.jcu.edu

articles
Prof. Andrew Tallon, S.J.
Dept. of Philosophy
Marquette University
MU Press Editorial Offices
P.O. Box 3141
Milwaukee, WI 53201-3141
USA
Tel. (414) 288-1564
Email: andrew.tallon@marquette.edu
Head and Heart: Affection, Cognition, Volition As Triune Consciousness (1997); articles.
Mareike Teigeler, M.A.
Hamburg
Germany
Email: mareiketeigeler@yahoo.de
Frank Tetzel
Dresden
Germany
Rainer Timme
Kassel
Germany
Email: rainer_timme@web.de
Arim Tripathi, Dipl. Infom.
Dresden
Germany
Email: tripathi@wave.org
Prof. Edward C. Vacek, S.J.
Boston College
School of Theology and Ministry
140 Commonwealth Ave.
Chestnut Hill, MA 02467
USA
Tel. (617) 552-6528
Tel. (617) 547-9121
Email: edward.vacek.1@bc.edu
Anthropological Foundations of Scheler’s Ethics of Love (Ann Arbor: University Microfilms, 1978), 314 pp.; Love, Human and Divine: The Heart of Christian Ethics (Moral Traditions & Moral Arguments, No 2) (1999) ; (Complete listing of Vacek’s Scheler-related publications)
Iulian Vamanu
Central European University (Hungary)
Rutgers University, NJ
716 Bevier Road
Piscataway, NJ 08854
USA
Tel. 732-648-1690
Email: ivamanu@rci.rutgers.edu
Currently working on doctoral dissertation on values and practical reason, inspired, in part, by Scheler’s Formalismus
Dr. Margaret Van de Pitte
Department of Philosophy
University of Alberta
114 St – 89 Ave
Edmonton Alberta T6G 2M7
Canada
Dr. Íngrid Vendrell Ferran
Freie Universität Berlin
Berlin
Germany
ingridvefe@web.de
PhD thesis: “The Emotions in the early Phenomenology” (esp. Scheler); “Introducción,” M. Scheler, Los ídolos del autoconocimiento (Salamanca: Sígueme, 2003); “Presentación,” M. Scheler, Sobre el pudor y el sentimiento de vergüenza (Ibid., 2004); “Presentación,”M. Scheler, Esencia y Formas de la simpatía (Ibid., 2005); “Über den Neid: Eine phänomenologische Untersuchung,”Deutsche Zeitschrift für Philosophie (Berlin) 54 (2006), 1; “Unechte Gefühle: Die Ethik des Echten, die sozialen Normen und die Imagination,” Neumayr, A., Kritik der Gefühle (Wien: Milena, 2007); Die Emotionen. Gefühle in der realistischen Phänomenologie (Berlin: Akademie Verlag, forthcoming, 2007).
Sérgio Augusto Jardim Volkmer
Pontifical Catholic University – PUCRS
(Ph.D. candidate in philosophy)
Brazil – Porto Alegre, RS
Email: sergioajvolkmer@hotmail.com
O perceber do valor na ética material de Max Scheler” (PDF) (M.A. thesis)
Anne Weihe, Dipl. Pol.
Bremen
Germany
Email: acweihe@zes.uni-bremen.de
Dr. Dennis M. Weiss
English & Humanities Department
York College of Pennsylvania
York, PA 17405-7199
USA
Hildegard Weller-Friederich
Zürich
Switzerland
Email: wellpart@bluewin.ch
John White
Franciscan University of Steubenville
1235 University Blvd.
Steubenville, OH 43952
USA
Tel. (740) 283-6401 (office)
Email: jwhite@franciscan.edu
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Phillip D. Williamson
San Jose State University
Department of Philosophy, FOB 207
One Washington Square
San Jose, CA 95192
USA
Tel. (831) 682-5605
Email: williamson@robustrealist.net
Alexandra Willmann
Berlin
Germany
Email: alexandrawillmann@web.de
Patrick Wöhrle, M.A.
Erfurt/Dresden
Germany
Email: patrickwoehrle@web.de
Wei Zhang, PhD
Lecturer
Institute of Phenomenology
Department of Philosophy
Sun Yat-sen University
135 Xingang Xi Road
Guangzhou 510275
China
Email: renzhizhang@hotmail.com
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