The Empirical and the Transcendental: A Fusion of Horizons (Philosophy and the Global Context)

The Empirical and the Transcendental: A Fusion of Horizons (Philosophy and the Global Context)

By: Bina Gupta (author)Paperback

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This volume is a collection of critical studies of Professor J. N. Mohanty's work on phenomenology and Indian philosophy. The essays were written especially for this collection by philosophers from India, Europe, the United States, and Australia. The concluding chapter of this volume contains his assessment of his own philosophical position and his response to his critics. The diversity of the topics on which Mohanty has written attests to the multidimensional character and fecundity of his work. The writings in this new collection make the multifaceted character of Mohanty's writings obvious and facilitate the sort of 'comparative philosophy' which Mohanty himself has pursued so vigorously.

About Author

Bina Gupta is professor of philosophy and director of the South Asia Language and Area Center at the University of Missouri at Columbia.

Contents

Part 1 1: Is the Empirical versus Transcendental Distinction Spurious? Chapter 2 1: Some Difficulties for Husserlian Phenomenology by Joseph Margolis Chapter 3 2: Essentialism, Phenomenology, and Historical Cognition by Tom Rockmore Chapter 4 3: The Similarities and Differences between Descriptive and Interpretative Methods in Scientific Phenomenological Psychology by Amedeo Giorgi Chapter 5 4: Hands by Donn Welton Chapter 6 5: Logic and Quantum Physics: Some Simple Reflections by Gunther Patzig g Part 7 2: Transcendental Phenomenology Revisited Chapter 8 6: Empirical and Transcendental Subjectivity: An Enigmatic Relation? by Christina Schues Chapter 9 7: Toward Transcendental Relativism: Reading Buddhist Non-Dualism as Phenomenology by Gereon Kopf Chapter 10 8: Heidegger and Transcendental Philosophy by David Carr Chapter 11 9: Transcendental Transitions by Rudolf A. Makkreel Chapter 12 10: How is Transcendental Philosophy - of Mind and World - Possible? by David Woodruff Smith Chapter 13 11: Utter Unreflectiveness by Lester Embree Part 14 3: Understanding and Knowing from the Indian Perspective Chapter 15 12: Is Understanding Teachable? by Arindam Chakrabarti Chapter 16 13: J.N. Mohanty's Critique of Word as a Means of Knowing and "Authorless Tradition" by Purushottama Bilimoria Chapter 17 14: Nyaya Realism, Buddhist Critique by Mark Siderits Part 18 4: The Possibility of Global Philosophy: Some Reflections Chapter 19 15: The Advance of Indian Philosophy in the Works of J. N. Mohanty by Stephen Phillips Chapter 20 16: Rationality and Tradition(s) by Eliot Deutsch Chapter 21 17: My Philosophical Position/ Response to My Critics by J.N. Mohanty

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  • ISBN13: 9780742508200
  • Format: Paperback
  • Number Of Pages: 304
  • ID: 9780742508200
  • weight: 399
  • ISBN10: 074250820X

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