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A Bibliography of Literary Theory, Criticism and Philology



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by José Ángel García Landa

(University of Zaragoza, Spain)


A historical Dictionary of Heideggers Philosophy, Lanham: Scarecrow Press 2000, (2ª Edición 2013).

Alfred Denker & Elsbeth Büchin, Martin Heidegger und seine Heimat, Stuttgart: Klett-Cotta 2005.



Martin Heidegger. Unterwegs in Sein und Zeit. Einführung in sein Leben und Werk, Stuttgart: Klett-Cotta 2011 (2ª Edición 2013).

Como editor cabe destacar, entre otros:

Christoph Asmuth, Alfred Denker and Michael Vater (eds.), Schelling: Zwischen Fichte und Hegel. Between Fichte and Hegel, (Bochumer Studien zur Philosophie Bd. 32), Amsterdam: Benjamins 2000.

Martin Heidegger – Heinrich Rickert. Briefe und Dokumente 1912-1933, hrsg. von Alfred Denker, Frankfurt am Main: Klostermann 2001.

Alfred Denker & Michael Vater (eds.), Hegel’s Phenomenology of Spirit. New Critical Essays, Amherst NY: Humanities books 2003.

Holger Zaborowski & Alfred Denker (Hrsg.), System – Freiheit – Geschichte. Schellings Einleitung in die Philosophie (1830) im Kontext seines Werkes, (Schellingiana Band 16), Stuttgart-Bad Canstatt: Frommann-Holzboog 2003.

Alfred Denker & Holger Zaborowski, Heidegger Jahrbuch, Freiburg: Verlag Karl Alber, Band 1: 2004; Band 2: 2005; Band 3: 2006; Band 4: 2010 und Band 5: 2010; Band 6: 2012; Band 7: 2013; Band 8, 2014 und Band 9: 2014; Band 10: 2015.

Babette Babich, Alfred Denker and Holger Zaborowski, Heidegger und Nietzsche, (Elementa Bd. 82), Amsterdam / Atlanta: Rodopi, 2006.

Alfred Denker & Holger Zaborowski (Hrsg.), Heidegger und die Logik, (Elementa Bd. 79), Amsterdam / Atlanta: Rodopi 2006.

Alfred Denker & Holger Zaborowski (Hrsg.), F.W.J. Schelling, Philosophie und Religion, (Interpretationen und Quellen, Band 1), Freiburg: Karl Alber Verlag 2008.

Martin Heidegger, Gesamtausgabe Bd. 88, Die metaphysischen Grundstellungen des abendländischen Denkens. Einübung in das philosophische Denken, Frankfurt am Main: Klostermann 2008.

Alfred Denker, Annette Sell und Holger Zaborowski (Hrsg.), G.W.F. Hegel, Der “Vorbegriff” zur Wissenschaft der Logik in der Enzyklopädie von 1830, (Interpretationen und Quellen, Band 2), Freiburg: Karl Alber Verlag 2010.

Martin Heidegger / Karl Löwith, Briefwechsel 1919-1973, Ed. Alfred Denker. Freiburg: Verlag Karl Alber (de próxima aparición 2016).

NOVELLA, Enric J. (2002) Psiquiatría y filosofía: Un panorama histórico y conceptual. Frenia. Revista de Historia de la Psiquiatría II(2):7-31

NOVELLA, Enric J. (2004) Psicopatología y libertad. Frenia. Revista de Historia de la Psiquiatría IV(2):137-152

NOVELLA, Enric J. (2007) Construcción y fragmentación del sujeto psicopatológico. Archivos de Psiquiatría 70:9-24

NOVELLA, Enric J. (2007) Foucault, la psicoanàlisi i el subjecte. Quaderns de Filosofia i Ciència 37:29-38

NOVELLA, Enric J. (2008) Der junge Foucault und die Psychopathologie: Psychiatrie und Psychologie im frühen Werk von Michel Foucault. Berlín, Logos Verlag.

NOVELLA, Enric J. (2008) Foucault y la ‘Historia de la locura’: Reflexiones en torno a la génesis de un clásico. Temas de Historia de la Psiquiatría Argentina 26:5-14

NOVELLA, Enric J. (2009) De la historia de la psiquiatría a la historia de la subjetividad. Asclepio. Revista de Historia de la Medicina y de la Ciencia LXI(2):261-280

NOVELLA, Enric J. (2009) El joven Foucault y la crítica de la razón psicológica: En torno a los orígenes de la ‘Historia de la locura’. Isegoría. Revista de Filosofía Moral y Política 40:93-113

NOVELLA, Enric J. (2010) La política del yo: Ciencia psicológica y subjetividad burguesa en la España del siglo XIX. Asclepio. Revista de Historia de la Medicina y de la Ciencia LXII(2):453-481

NOVELLA, Enric J. (2013) La ciencia del alma: Locura y modernidad en la cultura española del siglo XIX. Madrid/Francfort, Iberoamericana/Vervuert

NOVELLA, Enric J. (coord.) (2013) Mente, sujeto e historia. Dossier de la revista Asclepio. Revista de Historia de la Medicina y de la Ciencia 65(2)

NOVELLA, Enric J. (2013) El discurso del yo: El espiritualismo psicológico en la cultura española de mediados del siglo XIX. Asclepio. Revista de Historia de la Medicina y de la Ciencia 65(2):p016

NOVELLA, Enric J. (2014) Cinco variaciones y una coda sobre la historia cultural de la psiquiatría. Revista de la Asociación Española de Neuropsiquiatría 34(121):97-114

NOVELLA, Enric J. (2014) Michel Foucault y la crítica de la razón psicológica. En: VELÁZQUEZ, Juan (ed.). Individuo y espacio público. Berlín, Logos Verlag, pp. 147-179

NOVELLA, Enric J. (2015) Identidades inestables: El síndrome borderline y la condición postmoderna. Revista Latinoamericana de Psicopatología Fundamental 18(1):118-138

NOVELLA, Enric J. (2015) Psicopatología e historia de la subjetividad. En: GAY PAMOS, Eudoxia, CARMONA CALVO, José, DEL RÍO ORTEGA, Francisco (eds.). El sujeto: El sujeto de la conducta, el sujeto de la relación, el sujeto en la sociedad actual. Madrid, Asociación Española de Neuropsiquiatría, pp. 53-74

NOVELLA, Enric J. (2016) Subjetividad expresiva y patología de la identidad. En: ENACHE, Irina (ed.). Identidades inestables. Avatares y evoluciones de la subjetividad en las narrativas ibéricas actuales, París, L’Harmattan/Indigo, pp. 29-46.

NOVELLA, Enric J. (2016) Medicina mental y orden moral en la España del siglo XIX. Culturas Psi/Psy Cultures 6:56-81

NOVELLA, Enric J. (2016) La clínica de la subjetividad. Vertex. Revista Argentina de Psiquiatría 27:35-43

NOVELLA, Enric J. (2016) Psiquiatría, ciudadanía y subjetividad. Revista de la Asociación Española de Neuropsiquiatría 36(129):9-12

NOVELLA, Enric J. (2016) Los paisajes del alma: Cultura y discurso psicológico en la España Romántica, c. 1830-1850. Bulletin of Spanish Studies [Online] 1-27

 Brencio, Francesca. (Western Sydney University). La negatività in Heidegger e Hegel (2010, Aracne),

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_____. La pietà del pensiero. Heidegger e i Quaderni Neri (2015,

_____. Academia (Francesca Brencio).*

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