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  1. Phenomenology, Logic, and the Philosophy of Mathematics by Richard Tieszen, 2005-06-06
  2. The phenomenology of aesthetic experience (Northwestern University studies in phenomenology & existential philosophy) by Mikel Dufrenne, 1973
  3. Timing and Temporality in Islamic Philosophy and Phenomenology of Life (Islamic Philosophy and Occidental Phenomenology in Dialogue) (Islamic Philosophy and Occidental Phenomenology in Dialogue)
  4. What's Within?: Nativism Reconsidered (Philosophy of Mind Series) by Fiona Cowie, 1999
  5. Phenomenology, Interpretation, and Community (Selected Studies in Phenomenology and Existential Philosophy, Vol 19)
  6. Invitation to Phenomenology: Studies in the Philosophy of Experience
  7. The Hermeneutics of Medicine and the Phenomenology of Health: Steps Towards a Philosophy of Medical Practice (International Library of Ethics, Law, and the New Medicine) by F. Svenaeus, 2001-04-01
  8. Heideggers Possibility: Language, EmergenceSaying Be-ing (New Studies in Phenomenology and Hermeneutics) by Kenneth Maly, 2008-02-24
  9. Phenomenology and Dialectical Materialism (Boston Studies in the Philosophy of Science) by Trân Duc Thao, D.J. Herman, et all 1985-12-31
  10. A Phenomenology of Love and Hate (Ashgate New Critical Thinking in Philosophy) by Peter Hadreas, 2007-10-16
  11. Anchor Books
  12. The Cambridge Companion to Merleau-Ponty (Cambridge Companions to Philosophy)
  13. Wittgenstein and Phenomenology (SUNY series in philosophy) by Nicholas F. Gier, 1981-06-30
  14. In Praise of Philosophy and Other Essays (SPEP) by Maurice Merleau-Ponty, 1988-04-01

81. Ted Toadvine, Philosophy, Department Of Social Sciences, Ecology & Phenomenology
courses in the history of philosophy, ethics, logic, existentialism, philosophyof art, ecological philosophy, eastern philosophy, phenomenology, and others.

Ted Toadvine, Ph.D.
Chair of Social Sciences
I'm Ted Toadvine , Chair of Social Sciences and Assistant Professor of Philosophy. My duties are split between administration of our interdisciplinary department and teaching courses in philosophy. In addition to regular offerings of Introduction to Philosophy, I teach courses in the history of philosophy, ethics, logic, existentialism, philosophy of art, ecological philosophy, eastern philosophy, phenomenology, and others. My recent syllabi are available on the web. I am also sponsor of ESU's philosophy club, Club Dialectic. A native of Maryland, I received my B.A. from Salisbury University in 1990, and my Ph.D. from the University of Memphis in 1996. In 1996-97, I held the William F. Dietrich Research Fellowship in Philosophy at the Center for Advanced Research in Phenomenology, Inc (based at Florida Atlantic University), and in 1997-98, I was Visiting Professor of Philosophy at Kalamazoo College (Michigan). I have recently published two co-edited collections of essay. The first, co-edited with Lester Embree, is Merleau-Ponty's Reading of Husserl (Kluwer Academic Press, 2002).

82. UO Philosophy:Concentrations:Cognition & Language
the historical context of phenomenology and hermeneutics involves recognizing theirrelation with key influences throughout the history of philosophy, such as
Phenomenology and Hermeneutics
The philosophical method known as phenomenology was first developed, in its modern form, by the German philosopher Edmund Husserl (1859-1938), whose motto was "To the things themselves!" Husserl held that philosophy should return to "the things themselves" by grounding all of its claims in a patient description of the structures and genesis of conscious experience. Husserl's work proved a fertile inspiration for much of 20th century Continental philosophy (and other disciplines as well), since it forms the philosophical background for Heidegger's hermeneutics of Dasein and fundamental ontology, Sartre's existential phenomenology, Merleau-Ponty's analyses of the lived body and ontology of flesh, Levinas's description of the encounter with alterity in the face of the Other, Derrida's writings on and the traceand the list goes on. Each of these thinkers appropriates Husserl's insights in a unique and creative fashion, so that phenomenology has become a rich and varied tradition without a commonly accepted set of methodological principles. This profusion of approaches has not hindered the perennial interest in phenomenology or its application to new areas of philosophical investigation, such as feminism, philosophy of race, environmental philosophy, and philosophy of mind.

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Welcome to the British Society for Phenomenology home page. Explore our site and learn all about the Society's purpose, its meetings, its Journal , and becoming a member. Welcome Message from our President Programme for the 2003 Annual General Meeting Call for papers for the 2004 Annual General Meeting Programme for the 2003 Summer Conference on "Questioning Religion" Registration Form for the 2003 Summer Conference on "Questioning Religion" The Society's meetings JBSP ... Journal Links to Other Sites for Phenomenology and Related Continental Philosophy This page is maintained by Bill Hamrick
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86. Poincares Philosophy From Conventionalism To Phenomenology
Poincares philosophy From Conventionalism to phenomenology. Book Poincaresphilosophy From Conventionalism to phenomenology Customer Reviews

87. Graduate Courses: Philosophy (PHIL)
Explores the interchanges between philosophy and literary theory that animatesuch areas as hermeneutics, phenomenology, existentialism, Marxism, feminism
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PHIL 507 Recent American Philosophy, Cr. 3.
P: R: 301 or 303, or equivalent. A detailed examination of the central doctrines of one or more of six American philosophers: Peirce, James, Royce, Santayana, Dewey, and Whitehead.
PHIL 510 Phenomenology, Cr. 3.
P: 110. May be repeated for credit. A detailed, critical examination of some major issue(s) in phenomenology. Attention will be given to either the historical development or the contemporary relevance of phenomenological philosophy. Readings will be drawn from the works of Husserl, Heidegger, Merleau-Ponty, and others.
PHIL 525 Studies in Metaphysics, Cr. 3.

88. Philosophy
Edward S. Casey, Professor, Ph.D., Northwestern University Psychoanalysis; aesthetics;phenomenology; philosophy of mind; philosophy of place and space.
David B. Allison
, Professor, Ph.D., Pennsylvania State University: Contemporary European philosophy.
Kenneth Baynes , Professor, Ph.D., Boston University: Social and political philosophy; moral theory; modern and contemporary German philosophy.
Edward S. Casey , Professor, Ph.D., Northwestern University: Psychoanalysis; aesthetics; phenomenology; philosophy of mind; philosophy of place and space.
Harvey Cormier , Associate Professor, Ph.D., Harvard University: American philosophy, William James and Pragmatism, philosophy and culture.
Robert Crease , Professor, Ph.D., Columbia University: Philosophy of science; aesthetics; modern philosophy.
Allegra De Laurentis, Assistant Professor, Ph.D., University of Frankfurt: Greek philosophy; Hegel.
David A. Dilworth , Professor, Ph.D., Fordham University; Ph.D., Columbia University: History of philosophy; Chinese and Japanese philosophy; East Asian languages and cultures
Jeffrey Edwards , Associate Professor, Ph.D., Universität Marburg: History of modern philosophy; Kant and German idealism; ethics and political philosophy.
Patrick Grim , Distinguished Teaching Professor, Dick Howard , Professor, Ph.D., University of Texas: Political and social philosophy; Marxism.

89. SPEP
Beyond Rankings How to Choose a Program in Continental philosophy Arethere wellknown European or continental scholars or philosophers? on Ranking.html
Beyond Rankings: How to Choose a Program in Continental Philosophy
The American Philosophical Association has expressed reservations about the usefulness of all-purpose rankings of programs in philosophy. SPEP concurs that such rankings are not particularly helpful to prospective students in deciding about graduate school, or to their faculty advisors. Students want to know which programs will match their interests and abilities, and generic rankings cannot help individual students make decisions that are tailored to their particular interests. The main problem is that students often do not know how to determine the depth and breadth of programs that claim a strength in some area. SPEP provides a list of programs that have requested to be included as friendly to continental philosophy, but students who wish to focus on continental philosophy or include it as a substantive part of their studies should certainly evaluate all programs claiming a strength in continental philosophy to find ones that will really complement their interests.
SPEP believes that the following list of things to look for in graduate programs with concentrated strengths in continental philosophy may assist students in considering particular programs. In addition to print publications, most departments now have websites containing all kinds of information valuable to students researching graduate programs. The difficulty lies in knowing what to look for. SPEP suggests that students begin their research by looking for the following pieces of information on websites and in other department publications:

90. Centre For Philosophy And Phenomenological Studies - Home Page
The Centre for philosophy and Phenomenological Studies is founded with the aimto promote through electronic media philosophical inquiries and exchanges of
The Centre for Philosophy and Phenomenological Studies is founded with the aim to promote through electronic media philosophical inquiries and exchanges of philosophical findings as well as pedagogical pursuits by interaction with both undergraduate and graduate students in the field of phenomenological research in the widest possible sense. In order to accomplish this task, The Centre publishes biannually an electronic peer-reviewed Journal of Philosophy and Phenomenological Inquiries, (starting with bulletin boards) and teleconferences for promotion of lively real time discussions in our questioning search.
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91. Research In Phenomenology
Research in phenomenology online Research in phenomenology deals with phenomenologicalphilosophy in a broad sense, including original phenomenological research

92. Dictionary Of Philosophy Of Mind - Phenomenological Critique Of Representational
Dreyfus, H. (1996). The Current Relevance of MerleauPonty s Phenomenologyof Embodiment. The Electronic Journal of Analytic philosophy 4.
phenomenological critique of representationalism - Rejection of the notion that representational states define and explain the most basic kind of human interaction with the environment. See also representation phenomenology intention-in-action Background ... Hubert Dreyfus Although the phenomenological critique of representationalism has its roots in the writings of the Continental philosophers Heidegger and Merleau-Ponty, its importation into contemporary philosophy of mind has been accomplished largely by Hubert Dreyfus. The critique's basic position involves a rejection of the proposition that the fundamental relation of a person to the world consists in the relation of the content of an individual mind to the world of objects, events, and states of affairs as represented by that content. Instead, it is held that the most fundamental variety of human action consists in the apparently unthinking, skilled action that makes up much of our everyday activities, and that does not require mental guidance or intervention for its successful accomplishment (Dreyfus 1991, p. 52). The evidence on which the phenomenological critique is built derives largely from the first-person experiences associated with nondeliberate action. Dreyfus, writing in collaboration with Jerome Wakefield, argues that when we engage in much of the day-to-day activity at which we are routinely skilled, we just do whatever it is we are doing, in unthinking response to the "moment-to-moment local forces acting upon" us (Wakefield and Dreyfus 1991, p. 263). As Dreyfus puts it elsewhere, our first-person experience of such action is of a "steady flow of skillful activity" in which we are "simply solicited by the situation to get into equilibrium with it" (1996, paragraph 34).

93. Phenomenology And Cognitive Science
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94. PHIL 218: Selected Thinkers
Disclaimers. I am not offering a scholarly interpretation of thePhenomenology or of Hegel s philosophy. My sole purpose here is
G.W. F. Hegel
The Phenomenology of Spirit
Prof. Eric Steinhart (C) 1998
Steinhart PHIL 218 Home 19th Century Thinkers Philosophy Home This site presents my introduction to Hegel's Phenomenology of Spirit . The Phenomenology is an extremely difficult book to read, much less to understand. The goal of this site is to provide a clear, straightforward introduction to Hegel's work. My approach is Platonic: I treat Hegel's philosophy as a kind of dynamical Platonism. I use Plato's Divided Line and Myth of the Cave to structure my approach to the Phenomenology . Of course, this risks over-platonizing Hegel. But Plato's Line and Cave are easy to understand, and they are good ways to get into the Phenomenology . Once you're into the Phenomenology , you'll need to turn to more advanced commentaries and interpretations.
G. W. F. Hegel
General help with the Phenomenology:
Commentaries on the Phenomenology:
I am not offering a scholarly interpretation of the Phenomenology or of Hegel's philosophy. My sole purpose here is to provide an accessible introduction. Although I have made every effort to attend to both the spirit and letter of Hegel's thought, fine scholarly accuracy always takes a back seat to pedagogical clarity. It's a matter of priorities.

95. The Crisis Of European Philosophy
philosophy. An introduction to phenomenological philosophy. Editor 1937 Thework is subtitled An Introduction to Phenomenological philosophy. Of

96. Being And Becoming
The transformation of transcendental phenomenology into an ontological philosophywas motivated by the desire to establish, once for all, a unifying ground for

97. UTP - Scholarly Publishing Title Detail
then attempts to develop a new approach to psychological theory and psychotherapeuticpractice based largely on the premises of phenomenological philosophy.

98. MA In Philosophy And Phenomenological Studies
philosophy and Phenomenological Studies. c. Department of philosophy. MAin philosophy and Phenomenological Studies. Fulltime 1 year.
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      Assessment Return to top Objectives This course aims to provide a forum for advanced study of recent developments in both the analytic and the phenomenological traditions. Emphasis will be placed on breaking down the divide between these two traditions and on examining the relations and convergences between them. Students will examine a range of specific topics, including, for example, the relation between intentionality and linguistic representation, conceptual and non-conceptual conscious representation, and reflective and pre-reflective consciousness. There will also be opportunities to apply the theoretical competences gained in the study of these topics to problems in areas such as psychopathology and the ethics and ontology of personhood. Return to top Entry Specifications As for the MA in Mind and Metaphysics Return to top Course Outline Three core modules
    • Topics in Philosophy and Phenomenological Studies Origins of Phenomenology: Husserl and Early Heidegger
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99. Phenomenological Approaches To Moral Philosophy|KLUWER Academic Publishers
the world, and the first three chapters investigate the relations between phenomenologyand the dominant normative approaches in contemporary moral philosophy.
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Against the background of the recent revival of ethics, this handbook aims to show the great fertility of the phenomenological tradition for the study of ethics and moral philosophy by collecting a set of papers on the contributions to ethical thought by major phenomenological thinkers. Twenty-one chapters in the book are articles by experts who explore the thought of the major ethical thinkers in the first two generations of the phenomenological tradition and direct the reader toward the most relevant primary and secondary materials. The final three chapters of the book sketch more recent developments in various parts of the world, and the first three chapters investigate the relations between phenomenology and the dominant normative approaches in contemporary moral philosophy. Contents and Contributors Kluwer Academic Publishers, Dordrecht

100. SELECTED SHORT BIOS Anthony Steinbock. Contemporary French and Germanphilosophy, phenomenology, social ontology and aesthetics. Author
SELECTED SHORT BIOS (for Vitaes, use links at left) Department Chair George Schedler Philosophy of Law, social philosophy, Marx, Rawls and ethics. Author of Introductory Symbolic Logic Behavior Modification and Punishment of the Innocent ; co-editor, Ethical Issues in Contemporary Society ; volume 3 of Leys Memorial Lectures ; articles on jurisprudence and ethics. Graduate Director Thomas Alexander American philosophy, aesthetics, political and social philosophy, Dewey and Greek philosophy. Author of John Dewey's Theory of Art, Experience and Nature: The Horizons of Feeling , co-editor of The Essential Dewey , and articles on a variety of topics in Greek thought, aesthetics and American philosophy. Undergraduate Director - Pat Manfredi Metaphysics, philosophy of mind and psychology, cognitive science, action theory. Author of articles on analytic philosophy, philosophy of mind and psychology. Randall Auxier Process philosophy, American idealism, metaphysics, philosophy of religion, Whitehead, social philosophy, Vico. Author of articles in process metaphysics, American and Continental philosophy, symbolism and theology. Co-editor of God, Process and Persons: The Philosophical Correspondence of Charles Hartshorne and Edgar Sheffield Brightman

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