Phenomenology: Critical Concepts in Philosophy, Volume 4

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Dermot Moran, Lester E. Embree
Taylor & Francis, 2004 - Philosophy - 352 pages
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.
 

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Contents

Introduction to Volume IV
1
Religion
3
Sketch of the saturated phenomenon the horizon
5
Speech and religions the Word of God
29
Technology
49
The experience of technology humanmachine relations
51
Highway bridges and feasts Heidegger and Borgmann on how to affirm technology
64
Ecology
83
Sartrean bad faith and antiblack racism
172
Gender
195
Simone de Beauvoir phenomenology ambiguity sexism
197
Throwing like a girl a phenomenology of feminine body comportment motility and spatiality
227
Phenomenology poststructuralism and feminist theory on the concept of experience
247
Interculturality
265
Intercultural understanding and the role of Europe
267
Homeworld and alienworld
280

Toward a Heideggerean ethos for radical environmentalism
85
MerleauPonty and Deep Ecology
118
The Possibility of a Constitutive Phenomenology of the Environment
136
Ethnicity
149
AntiSemite and Jew Chapter 1
151
Homogenization without violence? A Phenomenology of interculturality following Husserl
292
Culture Theory and Practice
300
Cultural renewal
311
Husserl and the Japanese
313
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