Phenomenology "Wide Open": After the French Debate

Phenomenology "Wide Open": After the French Debate

Phenomenology "Wide Open": After the French Debate

Phenomenology "Wide Open": After the French Debate

Synopsis

Is phenomenology in jeopardy? Will the phenomenological movement survive intact amongst the ever-expanding adherence to some part of this doctrine? Will phenomenology cease to be a major influence in contemporary continental philosophy and beyond? Are we dealing with a purely and intrinsically French phenomenon in the vast domain of all philosophy? Can some resolution be brought about through the limitation or delimitation of our sphere of investigation? Will we ever succeed in lifting theambivalence out of the phenomenological project? Dominique Janicaud advises us to consider a "minimalist" approach to these questions, one that would leave phenomenology open to its greatest possibilities. We must consider the scientific and metaphysical overinvestment of phenomenology. Yet we must also imagine how phenomenology might finally escape this unifying and foundational tendency, which has driven it to overburden immanence with a transcendence that is none other than of subjectivityin its various guises and at its various levels. This book aspires to bring that ongoing debate to the English-speaking world.
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