Edited by Karl-Heinz Brodbeck, Stephan Grätzel, Bernd Schuppener
Dialogical thinking is already at the beginning of classical occidental philosophy and has been a field of experimentation for various philosophers ever since. The series focuses on conversation, communication and dialogical-dialectical thinking.
Geist und Geisteswissenschaft
Edited by Hans Joas, Martin Mulsow, Jörg Noller, Thomas Zwenger
The series offers an open forum for monographs, conference proceedings and editions of texts that address questions about the specific subjects, possibilities and limits of the humanities.
Grenzfragen. Veröffentlichungen des Instituts der Görres-Gesellschaft für interdisziplinäre Forschung
Edited by Gregor Maria Hoff
Central problems of modern life are discussed in the publications of the Institute of the Görres Society for Interdisciplinary Research.
Literatur und Philosophie
Edited by Jennifer Pavlik und René Torkler
Since its beginnings, philosophy has been concerned with the significance of art and literature for the human interpretation of the self and the world, and to this day, reflection on this relationship forms a central major area of the humanities. This series aims to provide a forum for these negotiations and open up a discussion space in which literature and philosophy can enter into a fruitful dialogue to discuss the full range of their topics and methods from different perspectives.
Pädagogik und Philosophie
Edited by Verlag Karl Alber
In this series, a wide variety of directions and approaches have their say that deal philosophically with topics in pedagogy or educational science.
Kultur – Kunst – Therapie. Ideengeschichte und Praxis
Edited by Karl-Heinz Menzen, Ruth Hampe, Manfred Schmidbauer
Artistic therapies have become established in many places in recent decades. The series provides insights into the practice and discusses the intellectual-historical and theoretical background.
Edited by Oliver Fürbeth, Lydia Goehr, Frank Hentschel, Stefan Lorenz Sorgner
The series publishes monographs and anthologies that reflect the diversity of approaches and directions in philosophy and musicology.