Eco-Phenomenology: Back to the Earth Itself
This groundbreaking collection explores the intersection of phenomenology with environmental philosophy. It examines the relevance of Husserl, Heidegger, Merleau-Ponty, and Levinas for thinking through the philosophical dilemmas raised by environmental issues, and then proposes new phenomenological approaches to the natural world. The contributors demonstrate phenomenology s need to engage in an ecological self-evaluation and to root out anthropomorphic assumptions embedded in its own methodology. Calling for a reexamination of beliefs central to the Western philosophical tradition, this book shifts previously marginalized environmental concerns to the forefront and blazes a trail for a new collaboration between phenomenologists and ecologically-minded theorists.
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Phenomenology and the Possibility
Reason Value and Transcendental
The Possibility of a Constitutive Phenomenology of
Prolegomena to Any Future Phenomenological Ecology
Heideggers Phenomenology and Contemporary
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Back to Earth with Reflection and Ecology
The Primacy of Desire and Its Ecological Consequences
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