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BibliographyReferences Correspondence

Lived body, intercorporeality, intersubjectivity: The body as a phenomenological theme

2016 - in: Daniel Dahlstrom; Andreas Elpidorou; Walter Hopp (ed), Philosophy of mind and phenomenology: Conceptual and empirical approaches, London-New York, Routledge, pp.n/a.
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Conscious thinking and cognitive phenomenology

with Jorba Marta 2016 - Philosophical Explorations 19 (2)

The phenomenology of sociality: Discovering the 'we'

with Szanto Thomas 2016 - London-New York, Routledge
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Everydayness, historicity and the world of science: Husserl's life-world reconsidered

2015 - in: L'ubica Učník; Ivan Chvatik; Anita Williams (ed), The phenomenological critique of mathematisation and the question of responsibility: Formalisation and the life-world, Dordrecht, Springer, pp.107-131.

Resurrecting the phenomenological movement: Editors' introduction

with Parker Rodney Kenneth Benson 2015 - Studia Phaenomenologica 15, pp.11-24
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Introduction: empathy and collective intentionality: The social philosophy of Edith Stein

with Szanto Thomas 2015 - Human Studies 38 (4), pp.445-461

Early phenomenology

with Parker Rodney Kenneth Benson 2015 - Studia Phaenomenologica 15
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Empathy and collective intentionality: The social philosophy of Edith Stein

with Szanto Thomas 2015 - Human Studies 38 (4)

From the natural attitude to the life-world

2013 - in: Lester Embree; Thomas Nenon (ed), Husserl's Ideen, Dordrecht, Springer, pp.105-124.

Routledge companion to twentieth-century philosophy

2008 - London, Routledge

Heidegger's critique of Husserl's and Brentano's accounts of intentionality

2004 - in: Dermot Moran; Lester Embree (ed), Phenomenology: Critical concepts in philosophy I: Central tendencies and concepts, London, Routledge, pp.157-183.

Making sense: Husserl's phenomenology as transcendental idealism

2004 - in: Dermot Moran; Lester Embree (ed), Phenomenology: Critical concepts in philosophy I: Central tendencies and concepts, London, Routledge, pp.84-113.

Introduction to volume II

with Embree Lester 2004 - in: Dermot Moran; Lester Embree (ed), Phenomenology: Critical concepts in philosophy II: Themes and issues, London, Routledge, pp.1-4.

Introduction to volume III

with Embree Lester 2004 - in: Dermot Moran; Lester Embree (ed), Phenomenology: Critical concepts in philosophy III: Science, art, and ethics, London, Routledge, pp.1-2.

Introduction to volume IV

with Embree Lester 2004 - in: Dermot Moran; Lester Embree (ed), Phenomenology: Critical concepts in philosophy IV: Expanding horizons of phenomenology, London, Routledge, pp.1-2.

Introduction to volume V

with Embree Lester 2004 - in: Dermot Moran; Lester Embree (ed), Phenomenology: Critical concepts in philosophy V: The heritage of phenomenology, London, Routledge, pp.1-4.

Phenomenology: Critical concepts in philosophy I: Central tendencies and concepts

with Embree Lester 2004 - London, Routledge

Phenomenology: Critical concepts in philosophy II: Themes and issues

with Embree Lester 2004 - London, Routledge

Phenomenology: Critical concepts in philosophy III: Science, art, and ethics

with Embree Lester 2004 - London, Routledge

Phenomenology: Critical concepts in philosophy IV: Expanding horizons of phenomenology

with Embree Lester 2004 - London, Routledge

Phenomenology: Critical concepts in philosophy V: The heritage of phenomenology

with Embree Lester 2004 - London, Routledge

Making sense: Husserl's phenomenology as transcendental idealism

2003 - in: Jeff Malpas (ed), From Kant to Davidson: Philosophy and the idea of the transcendental, London-New York, Routledge, pp.48-74.

Logical investigations

Husserl Edmund 2001 - London, Routledge

Hilary Putnam and Immanuel Kant: Two "internal realists"?

2000 - Synthese 123 (1), pp.65-104