Tagsaffects Althusser ambient poetics analytic moral philosophy Aristotle Badiou bichat bioethics books brian leiter children conference consent continental vs. analytic deleuze Deleuze and Guattari democracy Derrida Dewey dispositions education ethical puzzle Ethics event friendship Graham Harman habit harman Higher Education humanities crisis James jane bennett Job Market kant Larval Subjects Latour Leiter Levi Bryant Levinas Lingis love Malabou materialism Mead Merleau-Ponty metaphysics method methodology middlesex Morton music nietzsche Noe object-oriented philosophy objects personhood Phenomenology piracy pirates Plato police violence power profiles Publishing relations Republic Sensation Simon Blackburn skepticism speculative realism spinoza teaching vibrant matter whitehead writing
- Follow Plastic Bodies on WordPress.com
Tag Archives: Phenomenology
Dylan has the cover of his new book with Zero, The Thing: A Phenomenology of Horror, up at Side Effects. Looks good and, having read a bit of it, reads damn good too.
For some time now I’ve been writing a dissertation in phenomenology which deals particularly with Levinas and Merleau-Ponty. Not only is the phenomenologist’s argumentative mode one which adduces its evidence, rather than deducing or inducing, it tends to forgo the … Continue reading