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Fordham University Press, New York
Questions of phenomenology
Language, alterity, temporality, finitude
Translated by Robert Vallier
The book is organized into four areas of inquiry: “Language and Logic,” “The Self and the Other,” “Temporality and History,” and “Finitude and Mortality.” In each, Dastur guides the reader through a series of phenomenological questions that also serve to call phenomenology itself into question, testing its limits and pushing it in new directions. Taking a cue from Merleau-Ponty, Dastur sees phenomenology not as a doctrine, a catalogue of concepts and catchphrases authored by a single thinker, but rather asa movement in which several thinkers participate, each contributing to and inflecting the movement in unique ways.
Dastur, F. (2017). Questions of phenomenology: Language, alterity, temporality, finitude, Fordham University Press, New York.
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