Springer, Berlin


60 Pages

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Collective consciousness and the phenomenology of Émile Durkheim

Carlos Belvedere

The book is addressed to scholars and students in sociology and in phenomenological philosophy. It presents the work of Durkheim in a new light and discusses the prevailing interpretations in the collective intentionality approach. It also provides a fresh conception of collective consciousness which illuminates features unattended by the traditions initiated by John Searle, Dan Zahavi and the Center for Subjectivity Research, and the Nordic Society of Phenomenology. This lucidly written book is of interest to students and scholars researchingDurkheim's, Husserl’s and Schutz’s works.

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Belvedere, C. (2023). Collective consciousness and the phenomenology of Émile Durkheim, Springer, Berlin.

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