Advancing Phenomenology

Essays in Honor of Lester Embree

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ISBN: 978-90-481-9285-4 (Print) 978-90-481-9286-1 (Online)

Table of contents (29 chapters)

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  1. Front Matter

    Pages i-xvii

  2. The Backdrop to Husserl's Phenomenology

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      Pages 5-5

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      Introduction

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      Pages 7-32

      Naturalism, Historism, and Phenomenology

  3. Husserl's Phenomenological Philosophy

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      Pages 33-33

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      Pages 35-44

      How Is Phenomenology Motivated?

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      Pages 45-70

      Working Notions: A Meditation on Husserlian Phenomenological Practice

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      Pages 71-85

      Percept, Concept, and the Stratification of Ideality

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      Pages 87-102

      Focusing and Phenomenology

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      Pages 103-117

      Quo Vadis, Phenomenology?

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      Pages 119-128

      Toward a Husserlian Conception of Epistemology

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      Pages 129-137

      Perception as a Source of Justification of Belief

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      Pages 139-155

      The Worldhood of the World and the Worldly Character of Objects in Husserl

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      Pages 157-172

      Thinking of Difference and Otherness from a Husserlian Perspective

  4. Husserl and His Philosophical Successors

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      Pages 173-173

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      Pages 175-195

      Husserl and Merleau-Ponty on Embodied Experience

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      Pages 197-222

      Making the Case for Gestalt Organization: Edmund Husserl and Aron Gurwitsch on the Problem of Independent Parts

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      Pages 223-233

      Phenomenology of Surprise

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      Pages 235-250

      The Crisis of Modern Society and Critical Rationality

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      Pages 251-268

      Can a Schelerian Ethic Be Grounded in the Heart without Losing Its Head?

  5. Phenomenology Beyond Philosophy

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      Pages 269-269

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      Pages 271-301

      A Phenomenological Reflection Conducted Through Narrative: An Essay in Honor of Lester Embree

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      Pages 303-314

      The Participating Professional

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      Pages 315-341

      Phenomenological Overcoming of Western Prejudices against Nonhuman Animals

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      Pages 343-355

      Ecophenomenology and the Resistance of Nature

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