By Don Ihde
"A noteworthy contribution to the yankee reaction to the phenomenological circulation. Professor Ihde is likely one of the prime students in American phenomenology at the present time. His method of the problems below dialogue during this paintings is usually clean and occasionally hugely unique. What he has to assert approximately conception, metaphor, metaphysics, technics, and know-how might be of curiosity either to the expert and the overall reader." -- Calvin O. Schrag
"Consequences of Phenomenology is enormously major, not just for an sufficient figuring out of educational philosophy and the parochialism that has cramped the institution for 40 years, yet since it is helping us take pleasure in the ways that phenomenology can undergird and additional the interdisciplinary paintings that's now in a foreign country in highbrow life." -- Bruce Wilshire
Echoing Richard Rorty's prior Consequences of Pragmatism, this assortment starts off with an essay on "Phenomenology in the United States: 1964-1984," and concludes with a "Response to Rorty, or Is Phenomenology Edifying?" In among, the diversities within the philosophical behavior and perform of Anglo-American and Euro-American philosophers are tested and a reformulated, non-foundational phenomenology is sketched as a brand new course attentive to the present state of affairs in American philosophy. Don Ihde considers conception, technics, and modern Continental thinkers resembling Jacques Derrida, Hans Georg Gadamer, Michel Foucault, Ortega y Gassett, and Paul Ricoeur.
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Thus, were we to apply accurate terms of comparable nature, it might be better to distinguish Anglo-American with Euro-American philosophies. Here, at least, both convey equivalent senses of origins and places. Similarly, phenomenology or phenomenological philosophy compares with analytic philosophy as different style emphases. Thus, to my mind, the by now traditional termContinental philosophyis a misnomer. There is another reason why this is the case. In a world which communicates as rapidly as this and in which philosophers meet on the various continents, there is a sense in which philosophies occur everywhere, but in different mixes.
1. PhenomenologyAddresses, essays, lectures. I. Title. ) 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 Page v For Dante Lenea Page vii CONTENTS Preface ix Introduction: Phenomenology in America (1964-1984) 1 Part I. Perceptual Polymorphy 1. A Phenomenology of Voice 27 2. Is There Always Perception? 48 3. Phenomenology, "Metaphor-Metaphysics" and the Text 68 Part II. Technics 4. Technics: From Progress to Ambiguity 79 5. Technology: Utopia and Dystopia 92 6. Technology and Cultural Variations 116 Part III. Critical Essays 7.
Its watchwords were "rigor," ''precision," a thinking modelled upon mathematics and strict logics, and a model which could be called a research program. But a question can arise as to whether or not another aspect of the science paradigm holds: is the research accumulative? That the practices have been sharpened, even extended to realms of interest previously barred by the secret metaphysical tastes of the Positivists, can hardly be denied. But one would be hard put to draw up a set of agreed upon results with respect to the research program paradigm.