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Simultaneity and delay : a dialectical theory of staggered time

Author: Jay Lampert
Publisher: London, England ; New York : Continuum, 2012. ©2012
Series: Continuum studies in continental philosophy.
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Through original speculations on the surprisingly complementary concepts of simultaneity and delay, and new interpretations of the great philosophers of time, this book proposes an innovative theory of staggered time. In the early 20th Century, Bergson and Husserl (following Einstein) made Simultaneity-what it means for events to occur at the same time-a central motif in philosophy. In the late 20th Century, Derrida  Read more...
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Lampert, Jay, 1957-
Simultaneity and delay : a dialectical theory of staggered time.
London, England ; New York : Continuum, ©2012
x, 260 pages
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Jay Lampert
ISBN: 9781441183057 1441183051
OCLC Number: 880457729
Description: 1 online resource (271 pages).
Contents: Title page; Simultaneity and Delay; Copyright page; Simultaneity and Delay; Contents; Contents; Preface; Preface; Chapter 1; Introduction to Concepts; 1 Introduction to Concepts; (a) Simultaneity; (a) Simultaneity; (b) Delay; (b) Delay ; Chapter 2; Phenomenology of Simultaneity and Delay: The Problem of Converging Timelines; (a) Simultaneity in Husserl; 2 Phenomenology of Simultaneity and Delay: The Problem of Converging Timelines; (a) Simultaneity in Husserl ; (b) Delay in Husserl, Merleau-Ponty and Heidegger; (b) Delay in Husserl, Merleau-Ponty and Heidegger ; Chapter 3. Simultaneity and Delay in the Era of Eternity: Ancient and Medieval Issues(a) Simultaneity as Synchronization: Plato and Plotinus; 3 Simultaneity and Delay in the Era of Eternity: Ancient and Medieval Issues; (a) Simultaneity as Synchronization: Plato and Plotinus ; (b) Delay as Deferred Eternity: Plato and Origen; (b) Delay as Deferred Eternity: Plato and Origen ; Chapter 4; Simultaneity and Delay in the Era of Time: Late Modern Issues; (a) Simultaneity in Kant: The Schema for Returning to the Same Place: Simultaneity as Reversible Succession. 4 Simultaneity and Delay in the Era of Time: Late Modern Issues(a) Simultaneity in Kant: The Schema for Returning to the Same Place: Simultaneity as Reversible ; (b) Simultaneity in Hegel: The System of Expanding Explications: Succession via Divisible Simultaneity; (b) Simultaneity in Hegel: The System of Expanding -Explications: Succession via Divisible Simult; (c) Delay in Lessing and Historical Dialectic: Lingering and Repetition; (c) Delay in Lessing and Historical Dialectic: Lingering and Repetition ; Chapter 5; Simultaneity and Delay in the Sciences. (A) Simultaneity Relative to Frames of Reference: Physics5 Simultaneity and Delay in the Sciences; (a) Simultaneity Relative to Frames of Reference: Physics ; (b) Delay in, but not Observed by, Consciousness: Cognitive Science; (b) Delay in, but not Observed by, Consciousness: Cognitive Science ; Chapter 6; Simultaneity and Delay in the Era of Simultaneity: Bergson; (a) Disjunctive Simultaneity as Virtual Substitution:Duration and Simultaneity1; 6 Simultaneity and Delay in the Era of -Simultaneity: Bergson ; (a) Disjunctive Simultaneity as Virtual Substitution: Duration and Simultaneity1. (B) Delay as Rhythmic Oscillation: Matter and Memory3(b) Delay as Rhythmic Oscillation: Matter and Memory3 ; Chapter 7; Simultaneity and Delay in the Era of Delay; 7 Simultaneity and Delay in the Era of Delay; (a) Delay as Différance : Derrida's Solution to Two Problems of Time in Husserl; (a) Delay as Différance : Derrida's Solution to Two Problems of Time in Husserl ; (b) Simultaneity as Pure Past: Deleuze's Solution to the Problem of Time in Bergson; (b) Simultaneity as Pure Past: Deleuze's Solution to the -Problem of Time in Bergson ; Chapter 8; Simultaneity and Delay in Politics.
Series Title: Continuum studies in continental philosophy.
Responsibility: Jay Lampert.

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