The current issue of the journal is again not a thematic one. However, it essentially brings into discussion – or rather “operationalizes” – once more the fundamental editorial conception of the publication: to be a particular forum for the exploitation of the senses of our human worlds and lives, tackled by multidisciplinary research in history, philosophy, anthropology, ethics, human communication, linguistics, literary theory and criticism, art theory and criticism, as well as by investigations coming from aspects of sciences which imply perspectives equally philosophical, historical, anthropological, and cultural, including those of medical humanities. These perspectives or approaches are undertaken by our journal together with investigations on documents or records preserved in library or archival collections.
We are speaking here about senses which – because they are human – are, each time, not merely problematic and challenging, but whose problematizations can also ensure us, each time again, certain emancipatory and openingelements in the discussion. For the very clarification and outline of the historical and current mapping of the problems of the senses of our human existence in time is surely something of an emancipatory nature.