9780415310383

Phenomenology : Critical Concepts in Philosophy

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    9780415310383

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    0415310385

  • Format: Hardcover
  • Copyright: 2004-11-22
  • Publisher: Routledge

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Summary

As formulated by Husserl, Phenomenology is the investitgation of the structures of consciousness that enable consciousness to refer to objects outside itself. It soon broadened into a world-wide and now century-old tradition. This set reprints the essential scholarship published in the field. It includes a general introduction by the editors, as well as individual volume introductions, exploring and contextualising the main themes of the comprehensively covered tradition. This is a key point of reference for anyone researching the phenomenological tradition.

Table of Contents

Acknowledgements xvii
Chronological table of reprinted chapters and articles xxi
General introduction 1(8)
Introduction to Volume I 9(4)
PART 1 The founder of phenomenology
13(48)
Introduction: Husserl (1859--1938)
15(10)
Paul Ricoeur
An approach to Husserlian phenomenology
25(13)
Dorion Cairns
The decisive phases in the development of Husserl's phenomenology
38(23)
Walter Biemel
PART 2 Stages and tendencies
61(94)
Concerning phenomenology
63(21)
Adolf Reinach
Making sense: Husserl's phenomenology as transcendental idealism
84(30)
Dermot Moran
Man and his life-world
114(16)
John Wild
The twofold task in working out the question of being: reflections on method (Being and Time, Sections 5--7, pp. 15--39)
130(25)
Joseph J. Kockelmans
PART 3 Methodological notions
155
Intentionality
Heidegger's critique of Husserl's and Brentano's accounts of intentionality
157(27)
Dermot Moran
Theory of intentionality
184(9)
Dorion Cairns
Intuition and Evidence
Husserl's concept of categorial intuition
193(14)
Robert Sokolowski
Husserl on evidence and justification
207(24)
Dagfinn Føllesdal
Epoche and Reduction
Husserl on the ways to the performance of the reduction
231(21)
John J. Drummond
The problem of the epoche in Husserl's philosophy
252(13)
Elisabeth Stroker
Constitution and Passivity
The problem of passive constitution
265(14)
Ludwig Landgrebe
Generativity and generative phenomenology
279(25)
Anthony J. Steinbock
Horizon
Husserl's concept of horizon: an attempt at reappraisal (for Otto Poggeler on his sixtieth birthday)
304(35)
Tze-Wan Kwan
World-experience, world-representation, and the world as an idea
339(20)
Roberto J. Walton
The Life-World
Husserl's problematic concept of the life-world
359(16)
David Carr
The life-world revisited
375(24)
Fred Kersten
Life and the life-world
399
Toru Tani
Acknowledgements ix
Introduction to Volume II 1(4)
PART 1 Perception, memory, space, and time
5(112)
Contribution to the phenomenological theory of perception
7(17)
Aron Gurwitsch
Consciousness, the object, and its three distances
24(6)
Jose Ortega Y Gasset
The visual perception of distance
30(13)
Edward G. Ballard
On seeing a material thing in space: the role of kinaesthesis in visual perception
43(13)
John J. Drummond
Husserl's phenomenology of time-consciousness
56(34)
John Brough
On Heidegger's phenomenology of perception
90(12)
Jacques Taminiaux
Keeping the past in mind
102(15)
Edward S. Casey
PART 2 Others and intersubjectivity
117(98)
The perception of other minds
119(24)
Max Scheler
The problem of transcendental intersubjectivity in Husserl
143(36)
Alfred Schutz
Beyond empathy: phenomenological approaches to intersubjectivity
179(22)
Dan Zahavi
The Husserlian theory of intersubjectivity as alterology: emergent theories and wisdom traditions in the light of genetic phenomenology
201(14)
Natalie Depraz
PART 3 Body and self
215(118)
On the motility of the ego: a contribution to the phenomenology of the ego and Postscript 1978
217(18)
Herbert Spiegelberg
Edmund Husserl's contribution to phenomenology of the body in Ideas II
235(30)
Elizabeth A. Behnke
Lived body and environment
265(29)
Shaun Gallagher
Merleau-Ponty and the reversibility thesis
294(22)
M.C. Dillon
Intentionality and the mind/body problem
316(17)
Jitendra Nath Mohanty
PART 4 Emotion and mood
333
Reason and emotion
335(13)
Dorion Cairns
Edmund Husserl's phenomenology of mood
348(15)
Nam-In Lee
Advances regarding evaluation and action in Husserl's Ideas II
363
Lester E. Embree
Acknowledgements ix
Introduction to Volume III 1(2)
PART 1 Philosophy of science
3(180)
The phenomenology of signals and significations
5(16)
Aron Gurwitsch
To be a Fregean or to be a Husserlian: that is the question for Platonists
21(22)
Guillermo E. Rosado Haddock
Scientific discovery: logical, psychological, or hermeneutical?
43(16)
Theodore Kisiel
Some contributions of existential phenomenology to the philosophy of natural science
59(23)
John J. Compton
Phenomenological psychology
82(17)
John Scanlon
The traumatized subject
99(20)
Rudolf Bernet
Positivistic philosophy and the actual approach of interpretative social science: an ineditum of Alfred Schutz from spring 1953
119(27)
Alfred Schutz
Phenomenology and historical knowledge
146(13)
David Carr
The new hermeneutics, other trends, and the human sciences from the standpoint of transcendental phenomenology
159(24)
Thomas M. Seebohm
PART 2 Art
183(88)
Phenomenological aesthetics: an attempt at defining its range
185(19)
Roman Ingarden
Philosophy and art
204(16)
Walter Biemel
The aesthetic dialogue of Sartre and Merleau-Ponty
220(21)
Marjorie Grene
Literary criticism and phenomenology
241(12)
Mikel Dufrenne
Heidegger on art
253(18)
Otto Poggeler
PART 3 Ethics
271
The person in ethical contexts
273(24)
Max Scheler
Personal freedom and others
297(21)
Simone De Beauvoir
What is moral action?
318(14)
Robert Sokolowski
Edmund Husserl: from reason to love
332(21)
Ullrich Melle
Ethics as first philosophy
353
Emmanuel Levinas
Acknowledgements ix
Introduction to Volume IV 1(2)
PART 1 Religion
3(46)
Sketch of the saturated phenomenon: the horizon
5(24)
Jean-Luc Marion
Speech and religion: the Word of God
29(20)
Michel Henry
PART 2 Technology
49(34)
The experience of technology: human-machine relations
51(13)
Don Ihde
Highway bridges and feasts: Heidegger and Borgmann on how to affirm technology
64(19)
Hubert L. Dreyfus
Charles Spinosa
PART 3 Ecology
83(66)
Toward a Heideggerean ethos for radical environmentalism
85(33)
Michael E. Zimmerman
Merleau-Ponty and deep ecology
118(18)
Monika Langer
The possibility of a constitutive phenomenology of the environment
136(13)
Lester Embree
PART 4 Ethnicity
149(46)
Anti-Semite and Jew: Chapter I
151(21)
Jean-Paul Sartre
Sartrean bad faith and antiblack racism
172(23)
Lewis R. Gordon
PART 5 Gender
195(70)
Simone de Beauvoir: phenomenology, ambiguity, sexism
197(30)
Michael D. Barber
Throwing like a girl: a phenomenology of feminine body comportment, motility, and spatiality
227(17)
Iris Marion Young
Phenomenology, post-structuralism, and feminist theory on the concept of experience
244(21)
Linda Martin Alcoff
PART 6 Interculturality
265(46)
Intercultural understanding and the role of Europe
267(13)
Klaus Held
Homeworld and alienworld
280(12)
Bernhard Waldenfels
Homogenization without violence? A phenomenology of interculturality following Husserl
292(8)
Hans Rainer Sepp
Culture, theory, and practice: a framework for inter-cultural discourse
300(11)
J.N. Mohanty
PART 7 Cultural renewal
311(61)
Husserl and the Japanese
313
Donn Welton
Acknowledgements vii
Introduction to Volume V 1(4)
The phenomenological movement (1963)
5(39)
Hans-Georg Gadamer
Operative concepts in Husserl's phenomenology
44(15)
Eugen Fink
Husserl's departure from Cartesianism
59(43)
Ludwig Landgrebe
About the motives which led Husserl to transcendental idealism
102(18)
Roman Ingarden
Object, positum, concept
120(20)
Gustav Shpet
Phenomenology as a philosophy and its relation to traditional metaphysical approaches
140(14)
Jan Patocka
Heidegger and Husserl's Logical Investigations: in remembrance of Heidegger's last seminar (Zahringen, 1973)
154(23)
Jacques Taminiaux
The philosopher and his shadow
177(22)
Maurice Merleau-Ponty
The ruin of representation
199(11)
Emmanuel Levinas
Merleau-Ponty and pseudo-Sartreanism
210(42)
Simone De Beauvoir
Merleau-Ponty vivant
252(57)
Jean-Paul Sartre
Sartre's theory of the alter ego
309(19)
Alfred Schutz
Excerpt from Edmund Husserl's ``Origin of Geometry'': An Introduction
328(31)
Jacques Derrida
The apodicticity of absence
359(13)
Thomas M. Seebohm
Index 372

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