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Phenomenology

Author: Shaun Gallagher
Publisher: Houndmills, Basingstoke, England ; New York : Palgrave Macmillan, 2012.
Series: Palgrave philosophy today.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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This new introduction by Shaun Gallagher gives students and philosophers not only an excellent concise overview of the state of the field and contemporary debates, but a novel way of addressing the subject by looking at the ways in which phenomenology is useful to the disciplines it applies to. Gallagher retrieves the central insights made by the classic phenomenological philosophers (Husserl, Heidegger,  Read more...
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Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Shaun Gallagher
ISBN: 0230272495 9780230272484 0230272487 9780230272491
OCLC Number: 819663912
Description: xiii, 237 pages ; 22 cm.
Contents: 1. What Is Phenomenology? --
1.1. Phenomenologies --
1.2. Historical background and foreground --
1.3. Death and reincarnation --
1.4. A different phenomenology --
1.5. Further reading --
2. Naturalism, Transcendentalism and a New Naturalizing --
2.1. Mathematics and psychology --
2.2. Naturalistic and transcendental accounts --
2.3. The new naturalism --
2.4. Some natural ways of using phenomenology --
2.4.1. Formalizing phenomenology --
2.4.2. Neurophenomenology --
2.4.3. Front-loaded phenomenology --
2.5. Further reading --
3. Phenomenological Methods and Some Retooling --
3.1. The natural attitude --
3.2. The epoche --
3.3. The phenomenological reduction --
3.4. Retooling the eidetic reduction --
3.5. Some questions about the first person perspective and language --
3.6. Further reading --
4. Intentionalities --
4.1. Husserl's theory of intentionality --
4.2. Noesis-noema --
4.3. Enactive intentionality --
4.4. Further reading --
5. Embodiment and the Hyletic Dimension --
5.1. Hyle: a sensational concept --
5.2. The critique of Husserl's theory --
5.3. Hyle and quale --
5.4. Embodiment and hyletic experience --
5.5. Deepening the enactive interpretation --
5.6. Further reading --
6. Time and Time Again --
6.1. Experiencing time --
6.2. Husserl's analysis --
6.3. The ubiquity of temporality --
6.4. One more time: primal impression and enactive structure --
6.5. Further reading --
7. Self and First-Person Perspective --
7.1. A tradition of disagreements --
7.2. Pre-reflective and minimal aspects of self --
7.3. The sense of ownership --
7.3.1. Schizophrenia --
7.3.2. Somatoparaphrenia --
7.3.3. Rubber hand illusion and whole body displacement --
7.3.4. The NASA robot experience --
7.4. First-person perspective --
7.5. Further reading --
8. Lifeworld, Action, Narrative --
8.1. The lifeworld --
8.2. Turning the tables --
8.3. Action and agency --
8.4. The narrative scale --
8.5. Further reading --
9. Intersubjectivity and Second-Person Perspective --
9.1. Transcendental intersubjectivity --
9.2. Being-with others --
9.3. Standard views of social cognition --
9.4. Phenomenologial approaches to social cognition --
9.4.1. Developmental studies --
9.4.2. Behavioral and phenomenological evidence --
9.4.3. Evidence from dynamic systems modeling --
9.5. The narrative scale in social cognition --
9.6. Revisiting transcendental intersubjectivity --
9.7. Further reading.
Series Title: Palgrave philosophy today.
Responsibility: Shaun Gallagher.
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