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The Routledge Handbook of Phenomenology and Phenomenological Philosophy

Edited By Daniele De Santis, Burt Hopkins, Claudio Majolino Copyright 2021
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    Phenomenology was one of the twentieth century’s major philosophical movements, and it continues to be a vibrant and widely studied subject today with relevance beyond philosophy in areas such as medicine and cognitive sciences.

    The Routledge Handbook of Phenomenology and Phenomenological Philosophy is an outstanding guide to this important and fascinating topic. Its focus on phenomenology’s historical and systematic dimensions makes it a unique and valuable reference source. Moreover, its innovative approach includes entries that don’t simply reflect the state-of-the-art but in many cases advance it.

    Comprising seventy-five chapters by a team of international contributors, the Handbook offers unparalleled coverage and discussion of the subject, and is divided into five clear parts:

    • Phenomenology and the history of philosophy

    • Issues and concepts in phenomenology

    • Major figures in phenomenology

    • Intersections

    • Phenomenology in the world.

    Essential reading for students and researchers in philosophy studying phenomenology, The Routledge Handbook of Phenomenology and Phenomenological Philosophy is also suitable for those in related disciplines such as psychology, religion, literature, sociology and anthropology.

    Introduction D. De Santis, B. Hopkins and C. Majolino

    Part 1: Phenomenology and the History of Philosophy

    1. The History of the Phenomenological Movement P.-J. Renaudie

    2. Phenomenology and Greek Philosophy B. Hopkins

    3. Phenomenology and Medieval Philosophy F. V. Tommasi

    4. Phenomenology and the Cartesian Tradition E. Mehl

    5. Phenomenology and British Empiricism V. De Palma

    6. Phenomenology and German Idealism Th. Seebohm

    7. Phenomenology and Austrian Philosophy C. Ierna

    Part 2: Issues and Concepts in Phenomenology

    8. Aesthetics and Art F. Vassiliou

    9. Body M. Doyon, M. Wehrle

    10. Consciousness W. Hopp

    11. Crisis E. Trizio

    12. Dasein D. Dahlstrom

    13. Ego M. Shim

    14. Eidetic Method D. De Santis

    15. Ethics J. Drummond

    16. Existence E. Mariani

    17. Genesis P. Alves

    18. Horizon S. Geniusas

    19. Imagination and Fantasy J. Jansen

    20. Instinct Nam-In Lee

    21. Intentionality B. Hopkins

    22. Intersubjectivity and Sociality J. Čapek, T. Matějčková

    23. Life-World L. Perreau

    24. Mathematics V. Gérard

    25. Monad A. Altobrando

    26. Mood and Emotions O. Švec

    27. Nothingness K.-Y. Lau

    28. Ontology, Metaphysics, First Philosophy V. Gérard

    29. Perception W. Hopp

    30. Phenomenon A. Dijan and C. Majolino

    31. Reduction A. Staiti

    32. Synthesis J. Rump

    33. Transcendental J. Dodd

    34. Theory of Knowledge E. Trizio

    35. Time N. De Warren

    36. Truth and Evidence G. Heffernan

    37. Variation D. De Santis

    38. World K. Novotný

    Part 3: Major Figures in Phenomenology

    39. Hannah Arendt S. Loidolt

    40. Simone de Beauvoir Ch. Daigle

    41. Franz Brentano A. Chrudzimski

    42. Eugen Fink R. Lazzari

    43. Aron Gurwitsch M. Barber and O. Wiegand

    44. Martin Heidegger D. Dahlstrom

    45. Michel Henry P. Lorelle

    46. Edmund Husserl B. Hopkins

    47. Roman Ingarden G. Bacigalupo

    48. Jacob Klein B. Hopkins

    49. Ludwig Landgrebe I. Quepons

    50. Emmanuel LevinasR. Moati

    51. Maurice Merleau-Ponty P. Burke

    52. Enzo Paci M. Ferri

    53. Jan Patočka R. Paparusso

    54. Adolf Reinach M. Tedeschini

    55. Jean-Paul Sartre N. Masselot

    56. Max Scheler P. Theodorou

    57. Alfred Schutz M. Barber

    58. Edith Stein A. Calcagno

    59. Trân Duc Thao J. Melançon

    Part 4: Intersections

    60. Phenomenology and Analytic Philosophy G. Fréchette

    61. Phenomenology and Cognitive Sciences J. Yoshimi

    62. Phenomenology and Critical Theory A. Procyshyn

    63. Phenomenology and Deconstruction M. Senatore

    64. Phenomenology and Hermeneutics J. Risser

    65. Phenomenology and Medicine V. Bizzarri

    66. Phenomenology and Philosophy of Science E. Trizio

    67. Phenomenology and Political Theory E. Jolly

    68. Phenomenology and Psychoanalysis P. Giampieri-Deutsch

    69. Phenomenology and Religion S. Bancalari

    70. Phenomenology and Structuralism K.-Y. Lau

    Part 5: Phenomenology in the World

    71. Africa B. Ndoye

    72. Australia and New Zealand E. Copelj and J. Reynolds

    73. Eastern Asia S. Ebersolt, T.-h. Kim and C.-s. Han

    74. Latin America R. Rizo-Patron

    75. North America S. Crowell and R. Parker

    Appendix

    76. Family Tree C. Ierna.

    Index

    Biography

    Daniele De Santis is Assistant Professor at Charles University, Prague, Czech Republic.

    Burt C. Hopkins is Associate Research Fellow (UMR-CNRS 8163 STL), Lille, France.

    Claudio Majolino is Associate Professor at the University of Lille (UMR-CNRS 8163 STL), France.

    "This volume arguably represents the most ambitious and complete attempt until today to collect in a uniform form a series of highly qualified contributions on the entire spectrum of phenomenological philosophy. Given the peculiar character of each entry of this Handbook, it will be no surprise if the text will be taken as a useful guide by students entering for the first time in the difficult terrain of phenomenology as well as by experienced scholars." - Gabriele Baratelli, Phenomenological Reviews