Introduction to Phenomenology has ratings and 35 reviews. Foad said: يك روز خوب با ادموند هوسرلدر كنار ادموند هوسرل روى جدول خيابان نشسته اى و توپ. Robert Sokolowski. Catholic University of America. Abstract. This book presents the major philosophical doctrines of phenomenology in a clear, lively style with. Introduction to Phenomenology by Robert Sokolowski (review). Richard Cobb- Stevens. The Thomist: A Speculative Quarterly Review, Volume 66, Number 1.
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Sullivan No preview available – When we think or speak about things in their absence, and when we perceive them, we deal with those things and not with mental substitutes. It also studies personal This book has given me the proper context for understanding phenomenology, at least in a useful practical way. Knowledge must be primary, not tacit knowledge nor justified knowledge ingroduction certain knowledge. This is clearly a book written from the perspective of Husserlian phenomenology, though other phenomenlogy are cov Pgenomenology is one of the best introductions to phenomenology that I have come across, if not the best.
Some earlier attempts to provide such an introduction have either relied on excessively technical jargon or misinterpreted key aspects of Husserl’s thought. I would recommend this book as a Wikipedia-like resource: See all 43 reviews. Amazon Drive Cloud storage from Amazon. When I went to my philosophy group discussion of this book, the hard core philosopher types ripped this book to shreds as well as many of the concepts of phenomenology. Explore the Home Gift Guide.
Introduction to Phenomenology by Robert Sokolowski
AmazonGlobal Ship Orders Internationally. Phenomejology about schools of thought that cloak original words instead of shed light on them only take you so far. Sokolowski illustrates Husserl’s account of how presence and absence function in manifold ways by developing several instructive examples: In stark contrast to Cartesian, Humean, and Hobbesian conceptions, phenomenology puts full trust in our sensory experiences.
Sometimes entire pages are dedicated to saying the same thing over in the same way. Would you like phenomenoligy tell us about a lower price?
Introduction to Phenomenology
Jun 21, Scott rated it it was amazing. This book was really an exercise of translating American neopragmatic philosophical concepts into phenomenological concepts.
This elucidates the subject matter to an exponential degree as well as moistening up what could have been a very dry read. Jul 07, George rated it really liked it. Sokolowski has provided the reader with the tools this perspective uses for reflection.
It is a short book and one which progresses through each of its topics at a rapid pace.
Readers should not expect a particularly in depth look into phenomenology. In other words, it is structured like a textbook and treats its subject-matter drily, even though phenomenology is the conceptual underpinning for most of the really exciting philosophy of the 20th century.
This is a very obscure and almost impenetrable sooolowski of philosophy, especially if you don’t have much background in philosophical studies. Thanks for telling us about the problem. That being said, this work is clearly of a Husserlian orientation.
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In addition, towards the end, Sokolowski engages in a rather bizarre series of assertions because he presents no evidence or argument for any of his points, going totally against much of what he says in the book about the nature of modern politics, citizenship, jntroduction preference for republicanism, and how phenomenology is somehow related to all that.
Sokolowski used in his attempt to illustrate the phenomenological perspective in action.
If we were to take the self simply as one of the things in the skkolowski, we would be treating it as what can be called the empirical ego.