Levinas UnhingedLevinas Unhinged
Zero Books, 2013
– Reviewed by Will Rees at 3:AM Magazine, October 25, 2013



End of Phenomenology

The End of Phenomenology: Metaphysics and the New Realism
Edinburgh University Press, 2014
– Read the Prefaces and Introduction at EUP
– Reviewed by Simi Freund at Review 31, October 26, 2014
– Reviewed by Timothy A.D. Hyde at NDPR, February 2, 2015
– Reviewed by Andrew Ball at Philosophy in Review, May 2015
– Reviewed by Paul J. Ennis in Methode: Analytic Perspectives, 2015


plastic-bodies_150x225Plastic Bodies: Rebuilding Sensation After Phenomenology
foreword by Catherine Malabou
Open Humanities Press, 2015



History of HabitA History of Habit: From Aristotle to Bourdieu
Lexington Books, 2013
Edited with Adam Hutchinson



Itinerant Philosophy

Itinerant Philosophy: On Alphonso Lingis
punctum books, 2014
Edited with Bobby George

4 Responses to Books

  1. Hi, quick question: do you have any approximate dates regarding the upcoming publication of “Plastic Bodies: Rebuilding Sensation After Phenomenology”? Just from looking at the title, I’m thinking the book might be very helpful for some of the research I’m trying to get done now. If you don’t mind me asking — which thinkers will you be treating? Many thanks!

  2. plasticbodies says:

    I am hoping the book will be available (at least digitally), in the summer. With any luck, it won’t be later than the fall. It will be this year, however. A good portion of it engages Levinas and Merleau-Ponty, but there is a good bit of Malabou, Dewey, James, Deleuze, Spinoza, and Lingis too. I engage some of the embodied cognition literature, too, and frame the project in contrast with Husserl, Hegel, Kant. I’m very happy to hear of your interest in the book, and I hope it does appear in time for your research.

  3. Thank you so much for letting me know. The book sounds fascinating and definitely in the direction of what I’ve been meaning to discover. Also, I need to get better acquainted with some of the thinkers you cover, so that’ll be more than enough to engage and challenge me until the summer… 🙂

  4. plasticbodies says:

    Fantastic. Feel free to get in touch any time. Best wishes studying up!

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