134015

Routledge, London

2004

380 pages

ISBN n/a

Phenomenology: Critical concepts in philosophy V

The heritage of phenomenology

Edited by

Dermot Moran, Lester Embree

Publication details

Full citation [Harvard style]:

Moran, D. , Embree, L. (eds) (2004). Phenomenology: Critical concepts in philosophy V: The heritage of phenomenology, Routledge, London.

Introduction to volume V

Embree Lester, Moran Dermot

1-4

The phenomenological movement (1963)

Gadamer Hans-Georg

5-43

Husserl's departure from Cartesianism

Landgrebe Ludwig

59-101

Object, positum, concept

Špet Gustav

120-139

The philosopher and his shadow

Merleau-Ponty Maurice

177-198

The ruin of representation

Levinas Emmanuel

199-209

Merleau-Ponty and pseudo-Sartreanism

Simone de Beauvoir

210-251

Merleau-Ponty vivant

Sartre Jean-Paul

252-308

Sartre's theory of the alter ego

Schutz Alfred

309-327

The apodicticity of absence

Seebohm Thomas M

359-371

Index

372ff

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