An involuntary phenomenologist

The case of Alexandru Dragomir

Christian Ferencz-Flatz

pp. 45-55

Alexandru Dragomir became widely known in Romania as a philosopher 2 years after his death, in 2004. He had no prior publications and only a few of his close acquaintances were even aware of his work as a thinker. The editors of the five volumes of his posthumous papers have from the onset tried to present Dragomir, a former doctoral student of Heidegger, as a phenomenologist, while this interpretation is today well-established. The following paper tries to submit this interpretation to a closer scrutiny, on the one hand, by addressing the history of Dragomir’s publication and reception in Romania and abroad, and on the other hand, by analyzing several aspects of his oeuvre which do indeed hold close resemblance to aspects of the phenomenological method, even though they actually have quite different motivations.

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DOI: 10.1007/s11212-017-9271-3

Full citation:

Ferencz-Flatz, C. (2017). An involuntary phenomenologist: The case of Alexandru Dragomir. Studies in East European Thought 69 (1), pp. 45-55.

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