(2018) Husserl Studies 34 (3).

D. Ihde, Husserl's missing technologies

Lee Hardy

pp. 305-312

Don Ihde, longtime prospector on the frontiers of phenomenology, science, and technology, has recently published a book in the Perspectives in Continental Philosophy series (Fordham University Press) edited by John D. Caputo. The title of the book, Husserl’s Missing Technologies, already implies a critique of Husserl. Together with his earlier book published in the same series, Heidegger’s Technologies (2010), Ihde is squaring accounts with his philosophical predecessors.

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Review of Ihde Don, Husserl's missing technologies, Fordham University Press, New York, 2016.

DOI: 10.1007/s10743-018-9232-9

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Hardy, L. (2018). Review of Husserl's missing technologies by Don Ihde. Husserl Studies 34 (3), pp. 305-312.

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Husserl's missing technologies


Ihde Don

New York, Fordham University Press