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Critical Phenomenology

An Introduction

Magrì, Elisa / McQueen, Paddy

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1. Auflage Oktober 2022
240 Seiten, Hardcover
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ISBN: 978-1-5095-4111-9
John Wiley & Sons

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Phenomenology is one of the leading movements in twentieth-century philosophy and continues to exert a strong influence on many contemporary philosophical traditions and investigations. In recent years, phenomenological insights have been increasingly developed in relation to philosophy of illness, disability, race, gender, sexuality, and politics, leading to the emergence of critical phenomenology as a new, prominent field for interdisciplinary research.

Magrì and McQueen's Critical Phenomenology: An Introduction is the first book of its kind, addressing the critical questions at the core of both classical and contemporary phenomenology. This book provides a concise, accessible introduction to key areas of phenomenological research, such as intersubjectivity, bodily experience, race, gender, social experience, and political action. In doing so, it demonstrates both the rich history of phenomenology and its continuing philosophical and ethical importance.

This textbook will be essential reading for undergraduate philosophy students and academics interested in critical phenomenology.

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Phenomenology is one of the leading movements in twentieth-century philosophy and continues to exert a strong influence on many contemporary philosophical traditions and investigations. In recent years, phenomenological insights have been increasingly developed in relation to philosophy of illness, disability, race, gender, sexuality, and politics, leading to the emergence of critical phenomenology as a new, prominent field for interdisciplinary research.

Magrì and McQueen's Critical Phenomenology: An Introduction is the first book of its kind, addressing the critical questions at the core of both classical and contemporary phenomenology. This book provides a concise, accessible introduction to key areas of phenomenological research, such as intersubjectivity, bodily experience, race, gender, social experience, and political action. In doing so, it demonstrates both the rich history of phenomenology and its continuing philosophical and ethical importance.

This textbook will be essential reading for undergraduate philosophy students and academics interested in critical phenomenology.

Introduction
1 What is Critical Phenomenology?
2 Corporeality
3 Intersubjectivity
4 Gender and Sexuality
5 Race
6 Political Experience and Political Action
Notes
References
Index
'This is a highly needed, lucid and engaging exposition of a new field. A rich and rewarding read that introduces the reader to a range of contemporary debates and concepts, and their impact on phenomenology.'
Havi Carel, University of Bristol

'This book offers a clear, comprehensive overview of the core concepts and methods of critical phenomenology. It is a valuable guide for anyone who seeks to understand both what is distinctive about critical phenomenology and what it shares with classical phenomenology.'
Lisa Guenther, Queen's University, Canada

'An enthusiastic thumbs-up. I anticipate using this book when I teach an upper-level phenomenology seminar.'
Shannon Sullivan, UNC Charlotte
Elisa Magrì is Assistant Professor of Philosophy at Boston College.

Paddy McQueen is Senior Lecturer in Political Philosophy at Swansea University.

E. Magrì, Boston College; P. McQueen, Swansea University