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sdvig press is the main technical partner of a new project to build a digital platform offering free access to all the great texts of phenomenology. The Open Commons of Phenomenology will be coupled to the sdvig press database to create strong synergies between the two platforms.
Twenty years ago, Michel Arrivé sat down with renowned linguist André Martinet to talk about functional linguistics. These are the video documents of this "entretien", prefaced by a new introduction written by Michel Arrivé (in French).
In cooperation with the Husserl Archives in Leuven, we are publishing the war letters of Edmund Husserl's two sons, Gerhart and Wolfgang, a 100 years to the day after they were written. Thanks to the wonderful work of the Husserl Archives archivist, Thomas Vongehr, each letter is documented with photographs from the era.
We will be publishing Dietrich Mahnke's War Memoirs, "Kriegstaten und Schicksale des Res.-Inf.-Regiments 75", 100 years after he wrote them, day-by-day. First entry on August 23rd, check it out on our blog