that philosophy requires, or is at least complemented by, literature be understood? This article shows how these questions can be answered by seeing the early Sartre as practising a specific form of phenomenology – literary phenomenology – in which
Phenomenology Encounters Cognitivism
aesthetic and contextual features of complex cinematic works. In what follows, I outline the shared theoretical problématique defining the encounter between phenomenology and cognitivism, and argue for a more pluralistic and synthetic approach to film
Anticipation and Episodic Time
have learnt a great deal about waiting – including waiting for death – from my interlocutors. And yet as I (re)turned to the topic of future time, I found myself challenged. Did I have anything more to say? I had already drawn upon the phenomenology of
Malin Wahlberg, Documentary Time: Film and Phenomenology; Jennifer Barker, The Tactile Eye: Touch and the Cinematic Experience; Julian Hanich, Cinematic Emotion in Horror Films and Thrillers: The Aesthetic Paradox of Pleasurable Fear
Malin Wahlberg, Documentary Time: Film and Phenomenology (Minneapolis and London: University of Minnesota Press, 2008), xvii + 170 pp., $22.50 (paperback).
Jennifer Barker, The Tactile Eye: Touch and the Cinematic Experience (Berkeley: University of California Press, 2009), xii + 196 pp., $24.95 (paperback).
Julian Hanich, Cinematic Emotion in Horror Films and Thrillers: The Aesthetic Paradox of Pleasurable Fear (New York and London: Routledge, 2010), xi + 301 pp., $118 (cloth).
Mood, Intuition and Imagination in Architectural Practice
Cultures . New York : Basic Books . Heidegger , M. 2010 . Being and Time , trans. J. Stambaugh . Albany, NY : SUNY Press . Husserl , E. 1983 . Ideas Pertaining to a Pure Phenomenology and to a Phenomenological Philosophy , trans. F
A Dialectic on Freedom
Sex she has productively woven together Marxism, phenomenology and existentialism. De Beauvoir identifies herself as an existentialist and shares the insistence on humans as for-themselves defined in terms of ontological freedom: ‘Every subject posits
Sartre's Practical Phenomenology
Blake D. Scott
Although this influence is well known, the details of Sartre's appropriation of Husserl's phenomenology are not always easy to spell out and often involve a good deal of reconstruction. Adding to this interpretive difficulty is the fact that Husserl
Loving and Grieving with Heart of a Dog and Merleau-Ponty's Depth
Brakhage: ‘Death is a Meaningless Word’ Part 1 .” Offscreen 7 ( 2 ). https://offscreen.com/view/stan_brakhage . Walton , Saige . 2016 . Cinema's Baroque Flesh: Film, Phenomenology and the Art of Entanglement . Amsterdam : Amsterdam University
The Epistemology of Ethnographic Field Research
In this article I sketch out some fundamental aspects of ethnographic practice and understanding within the framework of phenomenology and psychoanalysis. Their synthesis, created through continuous field research and self-transformative thinking, offers a deeper understanding of psyche, unconscious, and imagination as the generative matrix of human cultural life-worlds. Moreover, this view posits ethnographic experience and creation of critical gnosis as the primary condition for the restoration of anthropological self-understanding and the pursuit of truth-bound knowledge and action.
Walking and Looking in Ken Cockburn and Alec Finlay’s The Road North
Alice Tarbuck and Simone Kotva
commonplace’. 32 Like Kohák, Merton thus compares the Zen pilgrim’s awareness with the radical seeing and ‘awareness of the world’ that also lies at the heart of phenomenology. 33 While on their lifelong pilgrimage, the monk’s task is not to interpret the