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TitleJapanese and Western Phenomenology [electronic resource] / edited by Philip Blosser, Eiichi Shimomissรฉ, Lester Embree, Hiroshi Kojima
ImprintDordrecht : Springer Netherlands : Imprint: Springer, 1993
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Descript XI, 457 p. online resource


I. Japanese and Western Interpretations -- 1. โ{128}{156}Husserl on Time-Analysis and Phenomenological Methodโ{128}{157} -- 2. โ{128}{156}The Proto-Synthesis in the Perceptual Dimension According to Husserl: A Reconstructive Reflectionโ{128}{157} -- 3. โ{128}{156}The Ideality of Meaning in Husserlโ{128}{157} -- 4. โ{128}{156}The Transcendental Reflection of Life Without a Transcendental Egoโ{128}{157} -- 5. โ{128}{156}The Eidetic Structure of Subjectless, Egoless, and Selfless Transcendental Reflectionโ{128}{157} -- 6. โ{128}{156}Phenomenological Self-Reflection in Husserl and Finkโ{128}{157} -- 7. โ{128}{156}Ideas for Raising the Question of the World Within Transcendental Phenomenology: Freiburg, 1930โ{128}{157} -- II. Phenomenological Extensions -- 8. โ{128}{156}Humanism and Transcendental Phenomenologyโ{128}{157} -- 9. โ{128}{156}Self and Timeโ{128}{157} -- 10. โ{128}{156}Is Schelerโ{128}{153}s Ethic an Ethic of Virtueโ{128}{157} -- 11. โ{128}{156}The View of the Otherโ{128}{157} -- 12. โ{128}{156}Truth in Dramaโ{128}{157} -- 13. โ{128}{156}The Tragic Voice of the Feminine and its Significance for Phenomenologyโ{128}{157} -- 14. Husserl and the Foundations of Geometry -- III. Intercultural Considerations -- 15. โ{128}{156}Technology and Cross-Cultural Perceptionโ{128}{157} -- 16. โ{128}{156}Phenomenology of Intercultural Communicationโ{128}{157} -- 17. โ{128}{156}Phenomenology of International Imagesโ{128}{157} -- 18. โ{128}{156}Phenomenology of Zenโ{128}{157} -- 19. The Radicalization of โ{128}{156}Seeingโ{128}{157} An Attempt To Go Beyond Reflection -- 20. โ{128}{156}Corning to a Decision about Metaphysical Principlesโ{128}{157} -- 21. โ{128}{156}Conversation on a Planeโ{128}{157} -- IV. Reflections Pertaining to the Human Sciences -- 22. โ{128}{156}Phenomenology and Cognitive Psychologyโ{128}{157} -- 23. โ{128}{156}The Role of the Phenomenologist in Social Scienceโ{128}{157} -- 24. โ{128}{156}On the Transcendental or the Phenomenological Reduction (Epochรฉ): from a Sociological Perspectiveโ{128}{157} -- 25. โ{128}{156}Role Theory in View of Postmodernism and the โ{128}{152}Author Effectโ{128}{153}โ{128}{157} -- 26. โ{128}{156}Phenomenological Reflections on the Philosophy of Historyโ{128}{157} -- 27. โ{128}{156}Husserlโ{128}{153}s Question of History: The Parallelism between his Theory of Association and the Narrative Theory of Historyโ{128}{157} -- 28. โ{128}{156}The Underlying Conception of Science in Diltheyโ{128}{153}s Introduction to the Human Sciencesโ{128}{157} -- Notes on Contributors -- Index of Names -- Index of Topics

Philosophy Metaphysics Phenomenology Philosophy Phenomenology Metaphysics Philosophy general


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