Thinking in Dialogue with Humanities
Paths into the Phenomenology of Merleau-Ponty
Karel Novotný, Taylor S. Hammer, Anne Gléonec, and Petr Špecián, Editors
Merleau-Ponty's work left us with many elements yet to think, not because it was unfinished by his sudden death, but because it was meant to be open and interrogative and thus not to be closed off. The essays in this volume honor the open-ended nature of Merleau-Ponty's thought by bringing the themes of his work into dialogue with debates in the humanities, the sciences, and contemporary philosophy. They were written in celebration of Merleau-Ponty’s 100th birthday for the Fifth Central and Eastern European Conference on Phenomenology in Prague (2008).
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Contributors include Petri Berndtson, Elena Bovo, April Flakne, Lester Embree, Leslie Kavanaugh, Petr Kouba, Marek Pokropski, Claudia Serban, Wojciech Starzyñski, and many others.
· ISBN: 978-973-1997-97-1 (ebook) · Online access on this site · Published 2011 ·
· ISBN:978-973-1997-96-4 (paperback) · Print and eBook available from Zeta Books ·
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