The Routledge Handbook of Philosophy of Temporal Experience

The Routledge Handbook of Philosophy of Temporal Experience

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Experience is inescapably temporal. But how do we experience time? Temporal experience is a fundamental subject in philosophy - according to Husserl, the most important and difficult of all. Its puzzles and paradoxes were of critical interest from the Early Moderns through to the Post-Kantians. After a period of relative neglect, temporal experience is again at the forefront of debates across a wealth of areas, from philosophy of mind and psychology, to metaphysics and aesthetics. The Routledge Handbook of Philosophy of Temporal Experience is an outstanding reference source to the key debates in this exciting subject area and represents the first collection of its kind. Comprising nearly 30 chapters by a team of international contributors, the Handbook is organized into seven clear parts: * Ancient and early modern perspectives * Nineteenth and early twentieth-century perspectives * The structure of temporal experience * Temporal experience and the philosophy of mind * Temporal experience and metaphysics * Empirical perspectives * Aesthetics Within each part, key topics concerning temporal experience are examined, including canonical figures such as Locke, Kant and Husserl; extensionalism, retentionalism and the specious present; interrelations between temporal experience and time, agency, dreaming, and the self; empirical theories of perceiving and attending to time; and temporal awareness in the arts including dance, music and film. The Routledge Handbook of Philosophy of Temporal Experience is essential reading for students and researchers of philosophy of mind and psychology. It is also extremely useful for those in related fields such as metaphysics, phenomenology and aesthetics, as well as for psychologists and cognitive more

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  • Hardback | 384 pages
  • 174 x 246 x 25.4mm | 771g
  • Taylor & Francis Ltd
  • London, United Kingdom
  • English
  • 1138830747
  • 9781138830745

Review quote

"Recent philosophy of mind and consciousness has tended to ignore the experience of time - yet few facts about our experience can be more obvious than the fact that it is temporal through and through. This exciting and original new collection, with its impressive contributors, should go a long way towards redirecting the discussion in this central area of the philosophy of mind." - Tim Crane, University of Cambridge, UK "If time and experience are a mystery then what chance is there for us to understand temporal experience? This volume certainly raises the chances. The editor's introduction is a fine a map through the territory, there is - finally - a lot on temporal experience and the arts, and we see philosophy and the sciences of mind come together in a convincing engagement across the disciplines. If, like me, you despaired of scaling the walls of fortress temporal experience, this is the book for you." - Greg Currie, University of York, UKshow more

About Ian Phillips

Ian Phillips is Associate Professor and Gabriele Taylor Fellow at St. Anne's College, Oxford University, UK, and a Visiting Research Scholar in the Program in Cognitive Science at Princeton University, USA. He is also an Editor for Mind & Language and a Consulting Editor for Timing & Time more

Table of contents

Introduction: The significance of temporal experience Ian Phillips Part 1: Ancient and Early Modern Perspectives 1. How natural is a unified notion of time? Temporal Experience in early Greek Thought Barbara Sattler 2. Time and temporal experience in the seventeenth century Geoffrey Gorham 3. Hume on temporal experience Lorne Falkenstein 4. Temporal experience in Kant's Critique Of Pure Reason Katherine Dunlop Part 2: Nineteenth and Early Twentieth Century Perspectives 5. The Hodgsonian account of temporal experience Holly Andersen 6. The wonder of time-consciousness John B. Brough 7. Bergson on temporal experience and Duree Reelle Barry Dainton 8. William Stern's Psychische Prasenzzeit Barry Dainton Part 3: The Structure of Temporal Experience 9. The snapshot conception of temporal experiences Philippe Chuard 10. Atomism, Extensionalism, and Temporal Presence Oliver Rashbrook-Cooper 11. Rethinking the specious present Simon Prosser 12. Making sense of subjective time Geoffrey Lee Part 4: Temporal Experience and the Philosophy of Mind 13. Temporal experience and the philosophy of perception Christoph Hoerl 14. Time in the dream Thomas Crowther and Matthew Soteriou 15. Time perception and agency: a dual model Carlos Montemayor 16. Temporal perception, magnitudes, and phenomenal externalism Christopher Peacocke Part 5: Temporal Experience and Metaphysics 17. What is time? Michael Pelczar 18. Temporal experience and the A versus B debate Natalja Deng 19. Presentism and temporal experience Akiko Frischhut 20. The subjectively enduring self L. A. Paul Part 6: Empirical Perspectives 21. Perceiving visual time Alan Johnston 22. How we "use" time Mari Riess Jones 23. Attentional resources and the shaping of temporal experience Scott W. Brown Part 7: Temporal Experience and Aesthetics 24. Motion and the Futurists: capturing the dynamic sensation Robin Le Poidevin 25. On time in cinema Enrico Terrone 26. Dancing in time Aili Bresnahan 27. Music Andrew Kania. Indexshow more