Space, Time, and Culture


ISBN: 978-90-481-6727-2 (Print) 978-1-4020-2824-3 (Online)
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Table of contents (17 chapters)

  1. Front Matter

    Pages i-viii

  2. Book Chapter

    Pages 1-2

    Introduction Making Chinese Sense of Phenomenology

  3. Book Chapter

    Pages 3-13

    Time Zones: Phenomenological Reflections on Cultural Time

  4. Book Chapter

    Pages 15-29

    Krisis: The Power of Sense. Time, History and the Crisis of Western Culture in Husserl’s Phenomenology

  5. Book Chapter

    Pages 31-55

    The Human Sciences and Historicality: Heidegger and the Self-positioning of the Western Humanistic Tradition

  6. Book Chapter

    Pages 57-71

    Authentic Historicality

  7. Book Chapter

    Pages 73-87

    The Sociological Gaze and its Time Structure—A Sociologist’s Belated Encounter with Merleau-Ponty

  8. Book Chapter

    Pages 89-109

    Toward Revisioning Ricoeur’s Hermeneutic of Suspicion in Other Spaces and Cultures

  9. Book Chapter

    Pages 111-118

    Objectivity and Inter-Cultural Experience

  10. Book Chapter

    Pages 119-133

    Phenomenology of the Consocial Situation: Advancing the Problems

  11. Book Chapter

    Pages 135-158

    Intersubjectivity and Phenomenology of the Other: Merleau-Ponty’s Contribution

  12. Book Chapter

    Pages 159-176

    Personal Givenness and Cultural a prioris

  13. Book Chapter

    Pages 177-187

    Lifeworld, Cultural Difference and the Idea of Grounding

  14. Book Chapter

    Pages 189-200

    Empathy and Compassion as Experiential Praxis. Confronting Phenomenological Analysis and Buddhist Teachings

  15. Book Chapter

    Pages 201-217

    Heng and Temporality of Dao: Laozi and Heidegger

  16. Book Chapter

    Pages 219-233

    Self-Consciousness (Svasamvittibhaga) and Ego-Consciousness (Manas) in Yogacara Buddhism and in Husserl’s Phenomenology

  17. Book Chapter

    Pages 235-251

    Natural Realism, Anti-reductionism, and Intentionality. The “Phenomenology” of Hilary Putnam

  18. Book Chapter

    Pages 253-262

    Separation and Connection: Phenomenology of Door and Window

  19. Back Matter

    Pages 263-271