The Oxford Handbook of Contemporary Phenomenology

The Oxford Handbook of Contemporary Phenomenology

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No. of pages:640 pages
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Table of Contents:
I Subjectivity and Nature
Phenomenological Method: Reflection, Introspection, and Skepticism
Transcendental Phenomenology and the Seductions of Naturalism: Subjectivity, Consciousness, and Meaning
Respecting appearances: A phenomenological approach to consciousness
On the possibility of naturalizing phenomenology
The phenomenology of life: desire as the being of the subject
II Intentionality, Perception and Embodiment
Intentionality without representationalism
Perception, context and direct realism
Colors and sounds: The field of visual and auditory consciousness
Bodily Intentionality, Affectivity and Basic Affects
Thought in action
Sex, Gender and Embodiment
At the edge(s) of my body
III Self and Consciousness
Action and selfhood: a narrative interpretation
Self-consciousness and world-consciousness
Self, consciousness and shame
IV Language, thinking, and knowledge
The (many) foundations of knowledge
The phenomenological foundations of predicative structure
Language and non-linguistic thinking
Sharing in Truth: Phenomenology of Epistemic Commonality
V Ethics, politics, and sociality
Responsive ethics
Towards a Phenomenology of the Political World
Other People
VI Time and history
Experience and history
The forgiveness of time and consciousness
Hermeneutic Phenomenology
VII Art and religion
Something That Is Nothing but Can Be Anything: the Image and Our Consciousness of It
Phenomenological and aesthetic epoch?: Painting the invisible things themselves.
Evidence in the phenomenology of religious experience