Philosophy's Moods: The Affective Grounds of Thinking (Contributions to Phenomenology #63) (Paperback)

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By Hagi Kenaan (Editor), Ilit Ferber (Editor)
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INTRODUCTION MOODS AND PHILOSOPHY, I. Ferber and H. Kenaan.- I. WONDER THAUMA IDESTHAI: THE MYTHICAL ORIGINS OF PHILOSOPHICAL WONDER, V. Lev-Kenaan.- ATTENTIVENESS: A PHENOMENOLOGICAL STUDY OF THE RELATION OF MOOD TO MEMORY, W. Froman.- A MOOD OF CHILDHOOD IN BENJAMIN, E. Friedlander.- II. MELANCHOLY LEIBNIZ'S MONAD: MELANCHOLY AND HARMONY, I. Ferber.- PERHAPS TRUTH IS A WOMAN: ON SHAME AND PHILOSOPHY, D. Strassberg.- PHILOSOPHY'S NOSTALGIA, J. Malpas.- III. ANXIETY THE BIRTH PANGS OF THE ABSOLUTE: LONGING AND ANGST IN SCHELLING AND KIERKEGAARD, B. Bergo.- ATTUNEMENT AND DISORIENTATION: THE MOODS OF PHILOSOPHY IN HEIDEGGER AND SARTRE, S. Mulhall.- ANXIETY AND IDENTITY: BEYOND HUSSERL AND HEIDEGGER, Y. Senderowicz.- IV. OTHERNESS KANT ON MORAL ATTUNEMENT, I. Geiger.- THE PROTO-ETHICAL DIMENSION OF MOODS, Shlomo Cohen.- WHEN REASON IS IN A BAD MOOD: A FANONIAN PHILOSOPHICAL PORTRAIT, L. Gordon.- EPILOGUE HOW DEATH DEALS WITH PHILOSOPHY, B. Scharfstein.

About the Author


Hagi Kenaan teaches philosophy at Tel-Aviv University. In addition to studies in phenomenology, aesthetics and the philosophy of art, he is the author of The Present Personal: Philosophy and the Hidden Face of Language (Columbia University Press, 2005) and Emmanuel Levinas: Ethics as an Optics (Tel-Aviv, 2008).Ilit Ferber is Assistant Professor in the Philosophy Department at Tel-Aviv University. She has published articles on Benjamin, Freud, Brecht and Herder. She recently completed a book manuscript entitled Melancholy and Philosophy: Walter Benjamin's Early Writings , and her current research deals with the relationship between pain and theories of the origin of language in Rousseau, Herder, Freud, Benjamin and Wittgenstein.
Product Details
ISBN: 9789400738256
ISBN-10: 9400738250
Publisher: Springer
Publication Date: November 27th, 2013
Pages: 212
Language: English
Series: Contributions to Phenomenology