Lester Embree, Michael Barber, and Thomas J. Nenon (eds.)

Phenomenology 2010, volume 5: Selected Essays from North America  
Part 2: Phenomenology beyond Philosophy

Book Series: Post-scriptum OPO
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Publication date: 17 December 2010
Size: 13 x 20 cm
Pages: 392
Language: English
ISBN: 978-973-1997-75-9 (paperback) 
ISBN: 978-973-1997-77-6 (ebook) 
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Phenomenology 2010 is a very large publication, a total of over 2700 pages. There are 5 volumes (one for each geographical area, e.g. Asia and Pacific  / Latin America  / Euro-Mediterranean Area   / Northern Europe  / North America part I  and part II). Each volume can be ordered separately. You can also order the complete set.

Presentation of the vol. 5, part 2:


Phenomenology beyond philosophy approaches relatively new problems in our multidisciplinary tradition. In it there is much less scholarship on texts and much more investigation of things themselves. The methods of phenomenology relied on can appear different when not related to the usual philosophical problems. Many concepts are imported, so to speak, from philosophical phenomenology and adapted in new contexts and this would seem the most conspicuous feature of phenomenology beyond philosophy, i.e., originally philosophical concepts used in contexts beyond the traditional scope of philosophy in our tradition. 

Table of Contents 

Introduction to Volume 5 (continued) : Phenomenology beyond Philosophy
Lester Embree 

20. Bioregionalism: Identification and Orientation as a Problem of Scale
Gary Backhaus 

21. Socrates outside Athens:Plato, the Phadrus, and the Possibility of "Dialogue" with Nature
W. S. K. Cameron 

22. Digital Image and Cinema
Alberto J. L. Carrillo Canán and May Zindel 

23. "Second Person" Perspectivity in Observing andUnderstanding Emotional Expression
Scott D. Churchill 

24. Constructing a Curriculum of Place: Embedded Meaningful Movement in Mundane Activities for Children and Youth with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD)
Maureen Connolly 

25. How to Make a Photograph within the In/Visible World of Autism
Thomas D. Craig 

26. Psychology and the Eclipse of Forgiveness
Steen Halling 

27. Walt Whitman, Nursing, and Phenomenology
Mark A. Hector and Judith E. Hector 

28. Václav Havel's New Statecraft of Responsible Politics
Hwa Yol Jung 

29. Exposure, Absorption, Subjection-Being-in-Media
Chris Nagel 

30. Local Workers, Global Workplace, and the Experience of Place
Lori K. Schneider 

31. Gaston Bachelard's Topoanalysis in the 21st Century: The Lived Reciprocity between Houses and Inhabitants as Portrayed by American Writer Louis Bromfield
David Seamon 

32. The Fragile Phenomenology of Juhani Pallismaa
M. Reza Shirazi 

33. Keynesin Phenomenology and the Meltdown
Dennis E. Skocz 

34. Portkeys, Ressurrective Ideology, and the Phenomenologyof Collective Trauma
Robert D. Stolorow 

35. Merleau-Ponty and James Agee: Guides to the Novice Phenomenologist
Sandra P. Thomas 

36. The Concept of Pathology and Psychiatry's Need for a Philosophy of Life
Osborne P. Wiggins and Michael Alan Schwartz 

37. Living with Multiple Psychologies
Akihiro Yoshida 

38. Clinical Listening, Narrative Writing
Richard M. Zaner 

Notes on Contributors


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