lifeworld

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lifeworld

(ˈlaɪfˌwɜːld)
n
(Philosophy) philosophy the experiences and physical surroundings which an individual encounters and which hence determine the way in which that individual perceives the world
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Others were 'Myth, and Rationality in the Dramaturgy of Soyinka and Brecht' by Prof Anyadike; 'Trees of Life and Forests of Death: A Spirito-Physical Reading of Six Yoruba Artists' by Tunji Azeez; 'Fagunwa, Soyinka, Bunyan and the Echoes of 16th Century Christian Reformation' by Professor Layiwola; and 'Framing the Fantastic in Fagunwa's Yoruba Lebenswelt: The Translator Dilemma' by Prof Raji-Oyelade.
It has led Campanini to regard HanafI as a kind of mediator between the late Husserl's attention for Lebenswelt and Muslim projects as diverse as the revolutionary philosophy of Ali Shariati and Abu Zayd's discourse critique.
A "transformacao/traducao" so pode ocorrer na linguagem poetica e nao na linguagem comum, pois a primeira nao comunica, ela "descomunica"--falando nas palavras de Haroldo de Campos (6)--as coisas da realidade ("Lebenswelt") (7).
Trotz der zahlreichen Einzelaspekte in den Vortragen und Diskussionen waren die Bezuge zum Thema Wissensintegration immer gegenwartig--im zweifachen Sinn: als innerwissenschaftliche Aufgabe, die insbesondere durch eine Anwendung von begrifflichen Rahmen und geeigneten Methoden realisiert wird, und im Hinblick auf die (transdisziplinare) Offnung "zur Lebenswelt", was bedeutet, dass auch nicht-wissenschaftliche, aber sinnstiftende Wissensbestande und Interessen einbezogen werden mussen.
In momenti e figure di romanzi pirandelliani come i Quaderni di Serafino Gubbio operatore, I vecchi e i giovani e Uno, nessuno e centomila si evidenziano lo sgretolamento e il rifiuto del paradigma "positivistico-scientista" e prima ancora del panlogismo idealistico (il nome di Kierkegaard si affianca all'evocazione della Lebenswelt husserliana).
O termo Mundo da Vida, de Husserl (Lebenswelt), foi revisitado por Schutz e Luckmann (2009) para quem significa "[...] la realidad que parece evidente para los hombres que permanecen en la actitud natural" (p.