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After modernity : Husserlian reflections on a philosophical tradition

Author: James R Mensch
Publisher: Albany : State University of New York Press, ©1996.
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This book provides an important new answer to the much-discussed question of the nature and possibility of philosophy following the collapse of the modern foundationalist paradigm. Mensch offers an alternative based in phenomenology. Using Husserl's analysis of temporality to reinvigorate Aristotle's account of time, he shows how the passing of modernity is actually an opening for doing metaphysics in a new  Read more...
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Named Person: Edmund Husserl; Aristotle.; Thomas, Aquinas Saint; Aristotle; Aristotle.; Edmund Husserl; Thomas, Aquinas Saint; Edmund Husserl; Edmund Husserl; Aristote; Thomas d'Aquin, (saint ;
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: James R Mensch
ISBN: 0791429857 9780791429853 0791429865 9780791429860
OCLC Number: 33131578
Description: 309 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
Contents: 1. Between Plato and Descartes --
The Mediaeval Transformation in the Ontological Status of the Ideas --
2. Time and Augustine's Metaphysics --
3. The Temporality of Knowing --
4. Intersubjectivity and the Constitution of Time --
5. Existence and Essence in Thomas and Husserl --
6. Radical Evil and the Ontological Difference Between Being and Beings --
7. Phenomenology and Artificial Intelligence: Husserl Learns Chinese --
8. Husserl and Sartre: A Question of Reason --
9. Husserl's Concept of the Self --
10. Remark --
11. Aristotle and the Overcoming of the Subject-Object Dichotomy --
12. The Mind Body Problem, Phenomenological Reflections on an Ancient Solution --
13. Nietzsche-Darwin: Confronting the Janus Head --
14. The Splitting of the Self --
15. Post-Normative Subjectivity.
Responsibility: James Richard Mensch.

Abstract:

This book provides an important new answer to the much-discussed question of the nature and possibility of philosophy following the collapse of the modern foundationalist paradigm. Mensch offers an alternative based in phenomenology. Using Husserl's analysis of temporality to reinvigorate Aristotle's account of time, he shows how the passing of modernity is actually an opening for doing metaphysics in a new nonfoundationalist manner. Positioning Husserl within a wider context, Mensch views him both as a culmination of the modern foundationalist paradigm and as providing a way to overcome it through his descriptive analyses.

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