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Michel Serres's speech on being received into the French Academy, followed by a response by Bertrand Poirot-Delpech and the speech and response on the handing over of the sword.
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It is commonly believed that Edmund Husserl (1859-1938), well known as the founder of phenomenology and as the teacher of Heidegger, was unable to free himself from the framework of a classical metaphysics of subjectivity. Supposedly, he never abandoned the view that the world and the Other are constituted by a pure transcendental subject, and his thinking in consequence remains Cartesian, idealistic and solipsistic. The continuing publication of Husserl's manuscripts has made it necessary to revise such an interpretation. Drawing upon both Husserl's published works and posthumous material, this title incorporates the results of Husserl research. It is divided into three parts, roughly following the chronological development of Husserl's thought, from his early analyses of logic and intentionality, through his mature transcendental-philosophical analyses of reduction and constitution, to his late analyses of intersubjectivity and lifeworld. It can consequently serve as a concise and updated introduction to his thinking.
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  • Un moment critique de la phénoménologie en France. Dufrenne, Lyotard, et le problème de l'expression -- Husserl entre Tran Duc Thao et Derrida -- Le phénoménologue et l'anthropologie -- La figure de l'Europe entre Husserl et Derrida -- Une décision passive ? -- Derrida et la décision philosophique -- Dominique Janicaud. L'immanence et le partage -- Finitude politique : André Tosel et la phénoménologie de Gérard Granel -- Postface de Grégory Cormann -- Origine des textes.
"Ce livre rassemble des articles que l'auteur a consacrés à la phénoménologie. Avec plusieurs autres textes publiés dans ses livres précédents, ils dessinent les linéaments d'une archéologie de la phénoménologie française. Si la phénoménologie a pu bouleverser la philosophie au vingtième siècle, c'est qu'elle est avant tout une méthode. Aussi, loin de se figer en un ensemble de thèses, s'est-elle développée dans une pluralité de directions et a-t-elle retourné vers, et parfois contre elle-même, sa réflexion critique. Les pensées analysées en témoignent, la phénoménologie française est en dialogue ouvert avec les grands systèmes philosophiques, mais aussi avec d'autres disciplines, parmi lesquelles prévalent peut-être l'esthétique et l'anthropologie. Aussi l'auteur s'est-il toujours, ici comme ailleurs, interdit de la refermer sur elle-même. La réception de l'héritage phénoménologique a été particulièrement féconde en France, où dans la brèche ouverte par Levinas, se sont déployées des pensées majeures telles que celles de Sartre et de Merleau-Ponty. Les essais réunis dans ce livre se présentent comme autant de lectures qui dégagent quelques-uns des moments qui ont prolongé ces grandes pensées : de Ricoeur et Thao à Derrida, de Dufrenne à Lyotard, de Granel à Janicaud. L'ouvrage laisse apparaître que les entreprises les plus audacieusement critiques à l'égard de la phénoménologie restent elles-mêmes, à des degrés divers, solidaires de l'héritage qu'elles ont reçu en partage."--Page 4 of cover.
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xvii, 327 pages : illustrations, map ; 23 cm
  • Introduction, Janet Donohoe / Part I: Place and the Existential / 1. The Openness of Places, Edward Relph / 2. The Double Gift-Place and Identity, Robert Mugerauer / 3. The Idea of an Existential Ecology, Bob Sandmeyer / Part II: Sacred Places / 4. Nature, Place, and the Sacred, Anne Buttimer / 5. From the Land Itself: The Himalayas as Sacred Landscape, John Cameron / 6. The Ambiguity of "Sacred Space": Superabundance, Contestation and Unpredictability at the Earthworks of Newark, Ohio, Lindsay Jones / Part III: Place, Embodiment, and Home / 7. The Living Arena of Existential Health: Space, Autonomy, and Embodiment, Kirsten Jacobson / 8. Environed Embodiment and Geometric Space, Adam Konopka / 9. Nature as Home: A Gendered Phenomenology of Place, Trish Glazebrook / Part IV: Places Rediscovered / 10. Intraterrestrials: Landing Sites, David Wood / 11. Indeterminacy in Place: Rivers as Bridge and Meandering as Metaphor, Irene J. Klaver / 12. The Lifeworld, Transit, and Difference, Jonathan Maskit / Part V: Place and Phenomenological Limits / 13. Architecture, Place, and Phenomenology: Buildings as Lifeworlds, Atmospheres, and Environmental Wholes, David Seamon / 14. Genetic Phenomenology and the Erasure of Place, Janet Donohoe / 15. Phenomenology and Place in Space, Bruce B. Janz / Bibliography / Index.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9781786600295 20170508
This cross-disciplinary book uses phenomenological method and description to explore questions of place, underscoring the significance of phenomenology for place and place for phenomenology. The book brings together prominent scholars in phenomenology of place. Covering a range of issues from sacred places to embodiment and identity and from environmental art and architecture to limit places, the contributors explore theoretical foundations through thinkers such as Heidegger, Marion-Young, Husserl, and Leopold among others. Phenomenological method and description are brought to bear on concrete places such as rivers, the Himalayas, modern transit, sacred architecture and more. The book is accessible and pertinent to on-going discussions in human geography, architectural theory, environmental studies, and philosophy of place. Provocative and imaginative, the essays provide a much-needed look at the contributions of phenomenology to, as well as the role of place in, contemporary philosophical and environmental discussions.
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xvi, 249 pages ; 24 cm.
Dastur is well respected in France and Europe for her mastery of phenomenology as a movement and her clear and cogent explications of phenomenology in movement. These qualities are on display in this remarkable volume. The book is organized into four areas of inquiry: "Language and Logic, " "The Self and the Other, " "Temporality and History, " and "Finitude and Mortality." In each, Dastur guides the reader through a series of phenomenological questions that also serve to call phenomenology itself into question, testing its limits and pushing it in new directions. Taking a cue from Merleau-Ponty, Dastur sees phenomenology not as a doctrine, a catalogue of concepts and catchphrases authored by a single thinker, but rather as a movement in which several thinkers participate, each contributing to and inflecting the movement in unique ways. Through her critical and productive dialogue with multiple phenomenological thinkers, Dastur concisely shows each thinker's debts to and departures from others, as well as each thinker's innovations and limitations. She does this judiciously, without choosing sides because, for her, phenomenology is above all a way of thinking through a problem and practicing a method. The fecundity of the movement is appreciated only by participating in it-phenomenology has always thought of itself as philosophical research undertaken by and through a community of thinkers who share certain fundamental questions and ways of approaching those questions, even if their responses to these questions often differ. In this regard, Dastur is both one of the clearest guides to phenomenology and one of its ablest practitioners.
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xv, 221 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
  • Preface 1. The Science of Experience 2. The Objects of Experience 3. Experiencing Things 4. Experiencing Properties 5. Experiencing Events 6. Experiencing Possibilities 7. Experiencing Oneself 8. Experiencing Embodiment 9. Experiencing Others 10. Experiencing Emotion 11. Conclusion. Glossary Suggested Reading Bibliography Index.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9780415718936 20160704
Phenomenology is the general study of the structure of experience, from thought and perception, to self-consciousness, bodily-awareness, and emotion. It is both a fundamental area of philosophy and a major methodological approach within the human sciences. Experiencing Phenomenology is an outstanding introduction to phenomenology. Approaching fundamental phenomenological questions from a critical, systematic perspective whilst paying careful attention to classic phenomenological texts, the book possesses a clarity and breadth that will be welcomed by students coming to the subject for the first time. Accessibly written, each chapter relates classic phenomenological discussions to contemporary issues and debates in philosophy. The following key topics are introduced and explained: * the methodological foundations of phenomenology * intentionality as the 'mark of the mental' and the problem of non-existent objects * perceptual experience, including our awareness of things, properties, and events * the experience of body, self, and others * imaginative and emotional experience * detailed discussions of classical phenomenological texts, including: * Brentano's Psychology from an Empirical Standpoint * Husserl's Logical Investigations, Cartesian Meditations, and On the Phenomenology of the Consciousness of Internal Time * Heidegger's History of The Concept of Time, and Being and Time * Stein's On the Problem of Empathy * Sartre's Transcendence of the Ego, Sketch for a Theory of the Emotions, and The Imaginary * Merleau-Ponty's Phenomenology of Perception. Also included is a glossary of key terms and suggestions for further reading, making this book an ideal starting point for anyone new to the study of phenomenology, not only in Philosophy but related disciplines such as Psychology and Sociology.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780415718936 20160704
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200 pages ; 21 cm.
  • L'invention du phénomène -- Les coulisses de l'apparaître -- L'apparaître les yeux fermés : Aristote et le contrat phénoménologique -- Le platonisme sans les mains -- Phénomènes orphelins -- L'empire de l'apparaître -- La mesure du donné -- Épilogue. Les phénomènes ne nous sauveront pas -- Index nominum.
"Qu'est-ce qu'un phénomène ? La pensée moderne emploie ce terme avec une forme d'évidence. On se dispute sur ce que sont les phénomènes, mais on ne doute pas qu'il y en ait ni qu'ils constituent un point de départ sur-lequel on puisse construire. Ce livre, à travers une mise en perspective historique et conceptuelle globale, remet en question cette évidence. Non pas qu'il rejette la notion de "phénomène", mais il essaie de comprendre d'abord de quel type de décision philosophique elle est le produit et quel type de montage elle suppose. Sur cette base, il met en lumière sous quelles conditions on peut effectivement parler de "phénomènes" et dissipe la mythologie liée à un emploi inconditionné de ce terme, fréquent dans la philosophie contemporaine. Contre tout phénoménalisme, il fait valoir le lien métaphysique dans lequel le langage nous met immédiatement avec les choses."--Page 4 of cover.
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xiii, 435 pages : illustration ; 25 cm.
  • PART I: FOREGROUND: STAGING AGENDA FOR POLITICAL PHENOMENOLOGY.- Chapter 1: Is a Rational Politics a Real Possibility? William L. McBride.- Chapter 2: Geophilosophy, the Lifeworld, and the Political-- Calvin O. Schrag.- Chapter 3: Confrontation with Modernity-- Thomas Nenon.- Chapter 4: A Construction of Alfred Schutz's Theory of Political Science-- Lester Embree.- Chapter 5: Carnal Hermeneutics and Political Theory-- Hwa Yol Jung.- Chapter 6: Arendt, Kant, and the Beauty of Politics: A Phenomenological View-- Ralph P. Hummel.- Chapter 7: Phenomenology of Public Opinion: The Communicative Body, Intercorporeality, and Computer-Mediated Communication-- Joohan Kim.- PART II: CROSSROADS OF ETHICS AND POLITICS.- Chapter 8: Political Phenomenology: John Wild and Emmanuel Levinas on the Political-- Richard I. Sugarman.- Chapter 9: Levinas and Lukacs: Totality and Infinity-Phenomenology Hegelian and Husserlian, and Kantian Ethics-- Richard Cohen.- Chapter 10: Liberation Ethics and Transcendental Phenomenology-- Michael Barber.- Chapter 11: Phenomenology of Recognition: Hegel's Original Contribution to the Politics of Recognition in Global Society-- Gi Bung Kwon.- Chapter 12: Toward a Phenomenology of Human Rights-- Robert Bernasconi.- Chapter 13: Genocidal Rape as Spectacle-- Debra Bergoffen.- Chapter 14: Is Heidegger's Philosophy Ethically Meaningless? Dongsoo Lee.- Chapter 15: Asymmetrical Reciprocity and Practical Agency: Contemporary Dilemmas of Feminist Theory in Benhabib, Young, and Kristeva-- Patricia Huntington.- Chapter 16: Spaces of Freedom: Materiality, Mediation, and Direct Political Participation in the Work of Arendt and Sartre-- Sonia Kruks.- Chapter 17: Memory and Countermemory: For an Open Future-- Martin Beck Matustik.- PART III: BORDER CROSSINGS.- Chapter 18: Cross-Cultural Encounters: Gadamer and Merleau-Ponty-- Fred Dallmayr.- Chapter 19: Transversality and Mestizaje: Moving Beyond the Purification-Resistance Impasse-- John Francis Burke.- Chapter 20: When Monsters No Longer Speak-- Jane Anna Gordon and Lewis Ricardo Gordon.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9783319277738 20160815
This volume presents political phenomenology as a new specialty in western philosophical and political thought that is post-classical, post-Machiavellian, and post-behavioral. It draws on history and sets the agenda for future explorations of political issues. It discloses crossroads between ethics and politics and explores border-crossing issues. All the essays in this volume challenge existing ideas of politics significantly. As such they open new ways for further explorations BY future generations of phenomenologists and non-phenomenologists alike. Moreover, the comprehensive chronological bibliography is unprecedented and provides not only an excellent picture of what phenomenologists have already done but also a guide for the future.
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xvii, 635 pages ; 23 cm.
In At the Heart of Reason , Claude Romano boldly calls for a reformulation of the phenomenological project. He contends that the main concern of phenomenology, and its originality with respect to other philosophical movements of the last century, such as logical empiricism, the grammatical philosophy of Wittgenstein, and varieties of neo-Kantianism, was to provide a ""new image of Reason."" Against the common view, which restricts the range of reason to logic and truth-theory alone, Romano advocates "big-hearted rationality, " including in it what is only ostensibly its opposite, that is, sensibility, and locating in sensibility itself the roots of the categorical forms of thought. Contrary to what was claimed by the "linguistic turn, " language is not a self-enclosed domain; it cannot be conceived in its specificity unless it is led back to its origin in the pre-predicative or pre-linguistic structures of experience itself.
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  • Table analytique des matières -- Introduction : sens et genèse -- Phénomène et construction -- Le phénomène chez Husserl -- Le phénomène chez Heidegger -- La construction phénoménologique et ses trois "genres" -- Le "phénomène originaire" -- L'imagination -- La phénoménologie husserlienne de l'imagination et de la Phantasia -- Approches transcendantales de l'imagination et de l'image -- Le statut de l'image dans la phénoménologie générative -- La constitution imaginaire du réel -- L'inconscient phénoménologique -- Les différents types de l'"inconscient phénoménologique" (au sens restreint du terme) -- La question de la "conscience de soi" -- La pluralité des champs -- L'architectonique -- Le réel -- Le réel et le transcendantal -- Les différentes modalités du transcendantal -- Considérations architechtoniques -- Les différentes acceptions du réel -- La vérité -- L'approche phénoménologique de la vérité -- La phénoménologie husserlienne de la vérité -- La phénoménologie heideggerienne de la vérité -- Les trois dimensions de la vérité dans la phénoménologie générative -- Récapitulation -- Le temps -- Un temps pluriel -- Les différents niveaux constitutifs du temps -- Conscience du temps et conscience de soi -- Approche générative des trois types de temporalités -- L'espace -- L'analyse husserlienne de la "kinesthèse" -- L'analyse heideggerienne de la spatialité -- La constitution phénoménologique de l'espace chez Richir -- Les trois dimensions de la spatialité dans la phénoménologie générative -- L'homme -- Approches contemporaines de l'anthropologie philosophique -- Homo imaginans -- La triple fonction imageante caractéristique de l'homo imaginans -- Conclusion : subjectivité et transcendance.
"Comment développer une. phénoménologie de la connaissance qui, tout en restant fidèle aux perspectives fondamentales des deux pères fondateurs de la phénoménologie, tire profit des acquis essentiels des deux générations postérieures de phénoménologues? L'auteur se propose de poursuivre le projet d'une refondation de la phénoménologie qui prend au sérieux les critiques du fondationalisme (traditionnel) sans pour autant abandonner une perspective visant à légitimer le bien-fondé de tout discours exhibant le sens de ce qui apparaît. La thèse fondamentale est qu'une telle refondation se doit de mettre en son centre non plus la perception objectivante, mais l'imagination (Einbildungskraft) à la source de toute formation ou configuration du sens (Sinnbildung), laquelle constitue la base de tout "apparaissant" et de tout "événement". L'imagination est ici comprise à la fois comme dévoilant la constitution "imageante" (imaginaire et imaginal) du réel et comme productrice d'"images" (ou d'"icônes") dont il s'agit de préciser la dimension génétique, voire "générative", eu égard à plusieurs concepts déterminants de la phénoménologie (tels que la "vérité", la "subjectivité", le "réel", l'"inconscient", le "temps", l'"espace", etc.)."--P. [4] of cover.
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  • Contents: Sarah Borden Sharkey: Reconciling Time and Eternity: Edith Stein's Philosophical Project - Joyce Avrech Berkman: The Blinking Eye/I: Edith Stein as Philosopher and Autobiographer - Rachel Feldhay Brenner: Edith Stein's Concept of Empathy and the Problem of the Holocaust Witness: War Diaries of Polish Warsaw Writers - Antonio Calcagno: Edith Stein's Reworked Liberalism and the State - Marianne Sawicki: Solidarity and the Legal Order in Stein's Political Theory - Joachim Feldes: A Yet Hidden Story: Edith Stein and the Bergzabern Circle - Gloria Zuniga y Postigo: Phenomenological Ontology: Stein's Third Way - Elizabeth Meade: Stein and Levinas on the Other - James Smith: Reinachian Themes in An Investigation Concerning the State - Nicholas Madden OCD: An Artist and Edith Stein - Christof Betschart OCD: Quid and Quale: Reflections on a Possible Complementarity Between Metaphysical and Phenomenological Approaches to Personal Individuality in Edith Stein's Potenz und Akt - Philip Gonzales: Edith Stein and Erich Przywara and the Place of Love in Christian Philosophy - Walter Redmond: Edith Stein's Ontological Argument - Marian Maskulak CPS: Edith Stein's Trinitarian Ontology - Gerald Gleeson: Exemplars and Essences: Thomas Aquinas and Edith Stein - Thomas Gricoski OSB: The Method of Stein's Realism - Ken Casey: Do We Die Alone? Edith Stein's Critique of Heidegger - Hanna-Barbara Gerl-Falkovitz: Sinnereignis in the Philosophy of Edith Stein - Jerzy Machnacz: Hedwig Conrad-Martius und Edith Stein Husserls Schulerinnen und die aristotelisch-thomistische Philosophie - Rene Raschke: Edith Stein in der deutschen Forschung und Rezeption - Kathleen Haney: Inviting Edith Stein into the "French Debate" - Harm Klueting: Edith Stein and John of the Cross: An Intellectual and Spiritual Relation from Husserl's Lecture in 1918 to the Gas Chamber of Auschwitz in 1942 - Michel Dupuis: Empathy and the Hermeneutics of the Self: E. Stein, H. Kohut, P. Ricoeur - Donald L. Wallenfang OCDS: Geisteswissenschaft: Edith Stein's Phenomenological Sketch of the Essence of Spirit - Francesco Alfieri OFM: A Possible Opening Up of Phenomenology Towards the Metaphysical Question of Materia Prima: Edith Stein's Thought in Relation to the Work of Vitalis de Furno, Edmund Husserl and Hedwig Conrad-Martius.
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This volume brings together revised versions of papers presented at the inaugural conference of the International Association for the Study of the Philosophy of Edith Stein (IASPES). The conference papers are supplemented by a number of specially commissioned essays in order to provide a representative sample of the best research currently being carried out on Stein's philosophy in the English speaking world. The first part of the volume centres on Stein's phenomenology; the second part looks at her Christian philosophy; and the third part explores the contexts of her philosophical work.
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  • * Introduction * Chapter 1. Kant and Wundt: 18th and 19th Century Background * Chapter 2. Edmund Husserl and Transcendental Phenomenology * Chapter 3. Martin Heidegger and Existential Phenomenology * Chapter 4. Gestalt Psychology * Chapter 5. Maurice Merleau-Ponty: The Body and Perception * Chapter 6. Jean-Paul Sartre: Phenomenological existentialism * Chapter 7. James J. Gibson and Ecological Psychology * Chapter 8. Hubert Dreyfus and the Phenomenological Critique of Cognitivism * Chapter 9. Phenomenological Cognitive Science * Bibliography.
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This comprehensive new book introduces the core history of phenomenology and assesses its relevance to contemporary psychology, philosophy of mind, and cognitive science. From critiques of artificial intelligence research programs to ongoing work on embodiment and enactivism, the authors trace how phenomenology has produced a valuable framework for analyzing cognition and perception, whose impact on contemporary psychological and scientific research, and philosophical debates continues to grow. The first part of An Introduction to Phenomenology is an extended overview of the history and development of phenomenology, looking at its key thinkers, focusing particularly on Husserl, Heidegger and Merleau-Ponty, as well as its cultural and intellectual precursors. In the second half Chemero and Kaufer turn their attention to the contemporary interpretations and uses of phenomenology in cognitive science, showing that phenomenology is a living source of inspiration in contemporary interdisciplinary studies of the mind. Kaufer and Chemero have written a clear, jargon-free account of phenomenology, providing abundant examples and anecdotes to illustrate and to entertain. This book is an ideal introduction to phenomenology and cognitive science for the uninitiated, as well as for philosophy and psychology students keen to deepen their knowledge.
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xiii, 215 p. ; 25 cm.
  • Vindicating Husserl's primal I.- Intersections between four phenomenological approaches to the work of art.- The Curious Image: Husserlian Thoughts on Photography.- Hobbes and Husserl.- From the World to Philosophy, and Back.- Sense and Reference, Again.- Transcendental Phenomenology?.- Neo-Aristotelian Ethics: Naturalistic or Phenomenological.- Phenomenal Experience and the Scope of Phenomenology: A Husserlian Response to some Wittgensteinean Remarks.- Thinking Fast: Freedom, Expertise, and Solicitation.- Aristotle and Phenomenology.- Index.
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In this collection of essays, the sophistication and vibrancy of contemporary phenomenological research is documented, including both its engagement with key figures in the history of philosophy, and with critical problems defining future directions of philosophical investigations. It honors the writings of Richard Cobb-Stevens, whose work in phenomenological philosophy, analytic philosophy and the history of philosophy has served as model for generations of philosophers working between these three fields of research. The essays collected in this volume provide a unique window on the contemporary state of the art in phenomenological philosophy by leading scholars of international reputation from North America and Europe. Historical figures such as Aristotle and Hobbes are innovatively brought into dialogue with phenomenological thinking. Phenomenological thinking is brought to bear on a wide variety of problems, from the nature of artworks and photography to questions concerning consciousness and knowledge. Among the topics discussed in these specially commissioned essays: phenomenology and Aristotle; the nature of the primal ego; Hobbes and Husserl; intentionality and reference; Neo-Aristotelian ethics; Husserl and Wittgenstein; photography; the nature of artworks.
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vii, 331 p. : ill. ; 25 cm.
  • Introduction.- Aesthetics and the Social Sciences.- Irrelevant Spheres and Vacancies of Artworks-- Masato Kimura.- Cultural Science in Literary Light-- Lester Embree.- Projection, Imagination, and Novelty: Toward a Theory of Creative Action Based in Schutz-- Hubert Knoblauch.- Imagination and the Social Sciences-- Hisashi Nasu.- Functional Purposelessness: The 'Practical Meaning' of Aesthetics-- Hans-Georg Soeffner.- Art as a Paradoxical Form of Communication-- Ilja Srubar.- When Sociology Meets the Work of Art: Analytical and Frameworks to Study Artistic Production and Reception-- Anna Lisa Tota.- Literature.- Crossing the Finite Provinces of Meaning: Experience and Metaphorizing of Literature and Arts-- Gerd Sebald.- Sancho Panza and Don Quijote: The Documentary and the Phenomenological Method of Analyzing Art Works-- Amalia Barboza.- Literature as Societal Therapy: Appresentation, Epoche, and Beloved-- Michael Barber.- The Man without Qualities and the Problem of Multiple Realities-Alfred Schutz and Robert Musil Revisited-- Martin Endress.- Entangled into Histories or the Narrative Grounds of Multiple Realities-- Annette Hilt.- The Universe that Others Call the Library: Reconstructing the Symbolic Mystifications of the World of Everyday Life-- Jochen Dreher.- Music.- The Tuning-in Relationship: from a Social Theory of Music towards a Philosophical Understanding of Intersubjectivity-- Carlos Belvedere.- Mutual Tuning-In Relationship and Phenomenological Psychology-- Chung-Chi Yu.- Music, Meaning, and Sociality: From the Standpoint of a Social Phenomenologist-- Andreas Gottlich.- Artistic Practice, Methodology and Subjectivity: The "I Can" As Practical Possibility and Original Consciousness-- Andreas Georg Stascheit.- Musical Foundation of Interaction. Music as Intermediary Medium-- Mototaka Mori.- Film and Photography.- Interpreting Film: The Case of Casablanca-- George Psathas.- A Phenomenological Inquiry of Rashomon-- Ken'ichi Kawano.- The Art of Making Photos: Some Phenomenological Reflections-- Thomas S. Eberle.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9783319013893 20160612
This book features papers written by renowned international scholars that analyze the interdependence of art, phenomenology, and social science. The papers show how the analysis of the production as well as the perception and interpretation of art work needs to take into consideration the subjective viewpoint of the artist in addition to that of the interpreter. Phenomenology allows a description of the subjectively centered life-world of the individual actor-artist or interpreter-and the objective structures of literature, music, and the aesthetic domain in general. The perspective of social science serves to reconstruct the socio-historical structure involved in the creation and reception of the art work. The authors concentrate on this specific theoretical focus which combines both phenomenology and social science and offers an innovative framework for the analysis of works of art from the fields of literature, music, visual arts, photography, and film. Some of the contributions present creative interpretations of a variety of distinct art works in addition to the realization of theoretical reflections on the interdependence of arts, phenomenology, and social science. This book features papers that were presented at the international and interdisciplinary conference Phenomenology, Social Sciences, and the Arts, held at the University of Konstanz, May 2009, in commemoration of philosopher and social scientist Alfred Schutz, the developer of phenomenologically oriented sociology. It will appeal to researchers, scholars, and students in phenomenology, social sciences, art theory, and the arts.
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233 pages : illustrations ; 19 cm.
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