The Bloomsbury Companion to Phenomenological Philosophy

The Bloomsbury Companion to Phenomenological Philosophy

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The Bloomsbury Companion to Phenomenological Philosophy presents the definitive one-volume resource for the study of phenomenology as it relates to philosophy. Sixty-two specially commissioned essays offer historically informed, systematically comprehensive and critically astute coverage of all the fundamental concepts, key figures and major issues in the phenomenological tradition, as well as an overview of contemporary debates in the field. The international team of contributors includes both recognized experts and rising stars in the field. Serious scholars and students alike will find the volume's rigorous yet lucid presentation of phenomenological philosophy an indispensible aid in their own research. Ideal for postgraduate study, the volume also includes a series of useful pedagogical tools, such as an A to Z of key terms and thinkers, a chronology and a section on research resources.
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  • Hardback | 480 pages
  • 156 x 234mm | 453.59g
  • New York, United States
  • English
  • 1441175857
  • 9781441175854

Table of contents

Notes on Contributors \ Introduction Claudio Majolino and Burt Hopkins \ Part I: Phenomenology and the History of Philosophy \ 1. The History of the Phenomenological Movement J.N. Mohanty \ 2. Phenomenology and Greek Philosophy Burt Hopkins \ 3. Phenomenology and Medieval Philosophy Abe Stone \ 4. Phenomenology and British Empiricism Thomas Claisse \ 5. Phenomenology and the Cartesian Tradition Vincent Gerard \ 6. Phenomenology and German Idealism Thomas Seebohm \ 7. Phenomenology and Austrian Philosophy Carlo Ierna \ Part II: Issues \ 8. Ontology, Metaphysics and First Philosophy Vincent Gerard \ 9. Consciousness Walter Hopp \ 10. Time Nicolas De Warren \ 11. Perception Fotini Vassiliou \ 12. Body Filip Mattens \ 13. Language Claudio Majolino \ 14. Science Emiliano Trizio \ 15. Intersubjectivity Dermot Moran \ 16. Truth and Evidence George Heffernan \ 17. Mathematics Dallas Willard \ 18. Method and Knowledge Rochus Sowa \ 19. Ethics John Drummond \ 20. Aesthetics and Art John Brough \ 21. Imagination Claudio Majolino\ 22. History David Carr \ Part III: Key Concepts \ 23. Intentionality Burt Hopkins \ 24. Belief Marcus Brainard \ 25. World Donn Welton \ 26. Horizon Saulius Geniusas \ 27. Variation Rochus Sowa \ 28. Phenomenon Claudio Majolino \ 29. Existence Roland Breeur \ 30. Life-world Laurent Perraut \ 31. Transcendental James Dodd \ 32. Reduction(s) Sebastian Luft \ 33. Being Ivo De Gennaro \ 34. Ego Michael Shim \ Part IV: Major Figures \ 35. Franz Brentano Claudio Majolino \ 36. Edmund Husserl Burt Hopkins \ 37. Max Scheler Panos Theodorous \ 38. Martin Heidegger Steven Crowell \ 39. Adolf Reinach James DuBois \ 40. Oskar Becker Carl-Friedrich Gethmann \ 41. Roman Ingarden Giuliano Bacigalupo \ 42. Jean-Paul Sartre Nathanael Masselot \ 43. Maurice Merleau-Ponty Pat Burke \ 44. Eugen Fink Ron Bruzina \ 45. Jan Patocka Karel Nowotny \ 46. Emmanuel Levinas Rodolphe Calin \ 47. Aron Gurwitsch Olav Wiegand \ 48. Alfred Schutz Osborn Wiggins \ 49. Michel Henry Jean-Francois Lavigne \ 50. Jacob Klein Burt Hopkins \ 51. Enzo Paci Michela Summa \ 52. Ludwig Landgrebe Klaus Held \ Part V: Intersections \ 53. Phenomenology and Hermeneutics James Risser \ 54. Phenomenology and Analytical Philosophy Jocelyn Benoist \ 55. Phenomenology and Deconstruction Joshua Kates \ 56. Phenomenology and Critical Theory Algis Mickunas \ 57. Phenomenology and Structuralism Algis Mickunas \ 58. Phenomenology and Psychoanalysis Rudolf Bernet \ 59. Phenomenology and Pragmatism Saulius Geniusas \ 60. Phenomenology and Cognitive Science Jeffrey Yoshimi \ 61. Phenomenology and Political Theory Edouard Jolly \ 62. Phenomenology and Contemporary Philosophy of Science Emiliano Trizio \ Part VI: Resources Susi Ferrarello \ 63. A-Z of Key Terms and Thinkers \ 64. Chronology \ 65. Research Resources \ Index
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About Burt C. Hopkins

Burt C. Hopkins is Professor of Philosophy at Seattle University, USA.

Claudio Majolino is F. Fillon Professor of Philosophy of Language at Universite Lille 3, Charles-de-Gaulle, France.
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