Professor James J. I taught courses in Medieval Philosophy, especially Christian Neoplatonism, and Contemporary European Philosophy, especially phenomenology. University Administration I play an active role in university administration. In March I was elected a member of the Selection Committee charged with the task of appointing the next President of University College Dublin -. I was elected a Member of the Husserl Circle in I was Co-editor with Nicolas DeWarren of the Contributions to Phenomenology book series , Springer publishers , responsible for the publication of more than 30 volumes.
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Shelves: s-b-dis , s-b-phenomenology , s-b-h-historicity , s-b-hermeneutics , s-b-philosophy , s-b-psychology I have never read anything focused in Phenomenology. This is the first book I tried. Though This book encloses rich material, but I dont seem to be able to fully understand what it is really discussing. It is true that I blame myself and not the author since I know barely anything about Phenomenology, so this book is more adapted to someone who was already introduced to it.
For instance, the relation of I have never read anything focused in Phenomenology. It is true that we need to have an idea about what their main concerns are, but it gets confusing now and then. I still give this book 4 stars because it provided me with MANY references which I could use for further investigation. Thanks for asking. My hope is that after reading this book I will not have to read any of the books mentioned in it.
I propose stretching the word introduction out to mean hung out at several parties and then decided that Phenomenology runs with too many Continentalists. But like I said Great question.
Introduction to Phenomenology
Translated by J. London and New York: Routledge, Metodo, Special Issue ed. Emanuele Mariani. Discipline Filosofiche XXV no.