Phenomenology of Sociality

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Phenomenological Discoveries Concerning the ‘We’: Mapping the Terrain Thomas Szanto, Dermot Moran Part I: Historical and Methodological Issues 1. Locating Shared Life in the ‘Thou’: Some Historical and Thematic Considerations James Risser 2. Hannah Arendt’s Conception of Actualized Plurality Sophie Loidolt 3. Habermas and Social Phenomenology: From Verstehen to Lebenswelt Richard Wolin 4. Second-Person Phenomenology Steven Crowell Part II: Intersubjectivity, the ‘We-World,’ and Objectivity 5. Concrete Interpersonal Encounters or Sharing a Common World: Which is More Fundamental in Phenomenological Approaches to Sociality? Jo-Jo Koo 6. Ineinandersein and l’interlacs: The Constitution of the Social World or ‘We-World’ (Wir-Welt) Edmund Husserl and Maurice Merleau-Ponty Dermot Moran 7. Davidson and Husserl on the Social Origin of Our Concept of Objectivity Cathal O’Madagain Part III: Social Cognition, Embodiment, and Social Emotions 8. From Types to Tokens: Empathy and Typification Joona Taipale 9. An Interactionist Approach to Shared Cognition: Some Prospects and Challenges Felipe Léon 10. "If I had to live like you, I think I’d kill myself": Social Dimensions of the Experience of Illness Havi Carel 11. Shame as Fellow Feeling Christian Skirke 12. Relating to the Dead: Social Cognition and the Phenomenology of Grief Matthew Ratcliffe Part IV: Collective Intentionality and Affectivity 13. Affective Intentionality: Early Phenomenological Contributions to a New Phenomenological Sociology Íngrid Vendrell Ferran 14. Love and Other Social Stances in Early Phenomenology Alessandro Salice 15. Gurwitsch and the Role of Emotion in Collective Intentionality Eric Chelstrom 16. The Affective ‘We’: Self-regulation and Shared Emotions Joel Krueger Part V: Collective Agency and Group Personhood 17. Husserl on Groupings: Social Ontology and Phenomenology of We-Intentionality Emanuele Caminada 18. Collectivizing Persons and Personifying Collectives: Reassessing Scheler on Group Personhood Thomas Szanto 19. Brothers in Arms: Fraternity-Terror in Sartre’s Social Ontology Nicolas de Warren

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Gebundene Ausgabe

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01.12.2015

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Thomas Szanto + weitere

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Gebundene Ausgabe

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01.12.2015

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Taylor and Francis

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338

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  • Phenomenology of Sociality
  • Phenomenological Discoveries Concerning the ‘We’: Mapping the Terrain Thomas Szanto, Dermot Moran Part I: Historical and Methodological Issues 1. Locating Shared Life in the ‘Thou’: Some Historical and Thematic Considerations James Risser 2. Hannah Arendt’s Conception of Actualized Plurality Sophie Loidolt 3. Habermas and Social Phenomenology: From Verstehen to Lebenswelt Richard Wolin 4. Second-Person Phenomenology Steven Crowell Part II: Intersubjectivity, the ‘We-World,’ and Objectivity 5. Concrete Interpersonal Encounters or Sharing a Common World: Which is More Fundamental in Phenomenological Approaches to Sociality? Jo-Jo Koo 6. Ineinandersein and l’interlacs: The Constitution of the Social World or ‘We-World’ (Wir-Welt) Edmund Husserl and Maurice Merleau-Ponty Dermot Moran 7. Davidson and Husserl on the Social Origin of Our Concept of Objectivity Cathal O’Madagain Part III: Social Cognition, Embodiment, and Social Emotions 8. From Types to Tokens: Empathy and Typification Joona Taipale 9. An Interactionist Approach to Shared Cognition: Some Prospects and Challenges Felipe Léon 10. "If I had to live like you, I think I’d kill myself": Social Dimensions of the Experience of Illness Havi Carel 11. Shame as Fellow Feeling Christian Skirke 12. Relating to the Dead: Social Cognition and the Phenomenology of Grief Matthew Ratcliffe Part IV: Collective Intentionality and Affectivity 13. Affective Intentionality: Early Phenomenological Contributions to a New Phenomenological Sociology Íngrid Vendrell Ferran 14. Love and Other Social Stances in Early Phenomenology Alessandro Salice 15. Gurwitsch and the Role of Emotion in Collective Intentionality Eric Chelstrom 16. The Affective ‘We’: Self-regulation and Shared Emotions Joel Krueger Part V: Collective Agency and Group Personhood 17. Husserl on Groupings: Social Ontology and Phenomenology of We-Intentionality Emanuele Caminada 18. Collectivizing Persons and Personifying Collectives: Reassessing Scheler on Group Personhood Thomas Szanto 19. Brothers in Arms: Fraternity-Terror in Sartre’s Social Ontology Nicolas de Warren