The Oxford Handbook of the History of Phenomenology

ISBN : 9780198755340

Dan Zahavi
784 ページ
171 x 246 mm
Oxford Handbooks

This Oxford Handbook offers a broad critical survey of the development of phenomenology, one of the main streams of philosophy since the nineteenth century. It comprises thirty-seven specially written chapters by leading figures in the field, which highlight historical influences, connections and developments, and offer a better comprehension and assessment of the continuity as well as diversity of the phenomenological tradition. The handbook is divided into three distinct parts. The first part addresses the way phenomenology has been influenced by earlier periods or figures in the history of philosophy. The second part contains chapters targeting prominent phenomenologists: How was their work affected by earlier figures, how did their own views change over time, and what kind of influence did they exert on subsequent thinkers? The contributions in the third part trace various core topics such as subjectivity, intersubjectivity, embodiment, spatiality, imagination etc. in the wo


Dan Zahavi: Introduction
Part I: Traditions
1 Pavlos Kontos: Aristotle in phenomenology
2 Sara Heinamaa & Timo Kaitaro: Descartes' Notion of the Mind-Body Union and its Phenomenological Expositions
3 Sebastian Luft: Kant, Neo-Kantianism, and Phenomenology
4 Alexander Schnell: Phenomenology and German Idealism
5 Denis Fisette: Phenomenology and Descriptive Psychology: Brentano, Stumpf, Husserl
Part II: Figures
6 Peter Andras Varga: Husserl's Early Period: Juvenilia and the Logical Investigations
7 John Drummond: Husserl's Middle Period and the Development of his Ethics
8 Andrea Staiti: Pre-Predicative Experience and Life-World: Two Distinct Projects in Husserl's Late Phenomenology
9 Zachary Davis and Anthony Steinbock: Scheler on the Moral and Political Significance of the Emotions
10 Antonio Calcagno: Edith Stein's Challenge to Sense-Making: The Role of the Lived Body, Psyche and Spirit
11 Daniel O. Dahlstrom: The Early Heidegger's Phenomenology
12 Steven Crowell: The Middle Heidegger's Phenomenological Metaphysics
13 Tobias Keiling: Phenomenology and Ontology in the Later Heidegger
14 Michael D. Barber: Schutz and Gurwitsch on Agency
15 Jonathan Webber: Sartre's Transcendental Phenomenology
16 Thomas R. Flynn: The Later Sartre: From Phenomenology to Hermeneutics to Dialectic and Back
17 Debra Bergoffen: Simone de Beauvoir: Philosopher, Author, Feminist
18 Komarine Romdenh-Romluc: Science in Merleau-Ponty's Phenomenology: From the Early Work to the Later Philosophy
19 Donald A. Landes: Merleau-Ponty from 1945 to 1952: The Ontological Weight of Perception and the Transcendental Force of Description
20 Emmanuel de Saint Aubert: Rereading the Later Merleau-Ponty in the Light of his Unpublished Work
21 James Dodd: Jan Patocka's Philosophical Legacy
22 Leonard Lawlor: An Immense Power: The Three Phenomenological Insights supporting Derridean Deconstruction
23 Robert Bernasconi: When Alterity becomes Proximity: Levinas's Path
24 Christina Gschwandtner: Turn to Excess: The Development of Phenomenology in Late Twentieth Century French Thought
Part III: Themes
25 Karl Mertens: Phenomenological Methodology
26 Rudolf Bernet: Subjectivity: From Husserl to His Followers (and Back Again)
27 Nicolas de Warren: The Inquietude of Time and the Instance of Eternity: Husserl, Heidegger, and Levinas
28 Sara Heinamaa: Embodiment and Bodily Becoming
29 Filip Mattens: From the Origin of Spatiality to a Variety of Spaces
30 Dermot Moran: Intentionality: Lived Experience, Bodily Comportment, and the Horizon of the World
31 Alessandro Salice: Practical Intentionality: From Brentano to the Phenomenology of the Munich and Gottingen Circles
32 Walter Hopp: Ideal Verificationism and Perceptual Faith: Husserl and Merleau-Ponty on Perceptual Knowledge
33 Hanne Jacobs: The World of Experience
34 Julia Jansen: Imagination De-Naturalized: Phantasy, the Imaginary, and Imaginative Ontology
35 Sophie Loidolt: Value, Freedom, Responsibility: Central Themes in Phenomenological Ethics
36 Hans Ruin: Historicity and the Hermeneutic Predicament: from Yorck to Derrida
37 Dan Zahavi: Intersubjectivity, Sociality, Community: The Contribution of the Early Phenomenologists


Dan Zahavi is Professor of Philosophy and Director of the Center for Subjectivity Research at the University of Copenhagen. He is author and editor of more than 25 volumes including Husserl's Phenomenology (Stanford 2003), Subjectivity and Selfhood (MIT Press 2005), The Phenomenological Mind together with S. Gallagher (Routledge 2008), Self and Other (OUP 2014), and most recently Husserl's Legacy (OUP 2017). He is co-editor in chief of the journal Phenomenology and the Cognitive Sciences, and he edited the Oxford Handbook of Contemporary Phenomenology (OUP 2012).