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List of Illustrations Preface to the Second Edition Preface to the First Edition Acknowledgments Part I. Experimental Phenomenology: An Introduction 1. Introduction: Doing Phenomenology 2. Indians and the Elephant: Phenomena and the Phenomenological Reductions 3. The Visual Field: First Phenomenological Excursus 4. Illusions and Multistable Phenomena: A Phenomenological Deconstruction 5. Variations upon Deconstruction: Possibilities and Topography 6. Expanded Variations and Phenomenological Reconstruction 7. Horizons: Adequacy and Invariance 8. Projection: Expanding Phenomenology 9. Interdisciplinary Phenomenology Part II. Pragmatism and Postphenomenology 10. Pragmatism and Phenomenology Part III. Material Multistabilities 11. Simulation and Embodiment 12. Multistability and Cyberspace 13. Variations on Camera Obscura 14. The Seventh Machine: Bow-under-Tension Epilogue Notes References Indicies
Don Ihde is Distinguished Professor of Philosophy at Stony Brook University, State University of New York. He is the author of several books, including Postphenomenology and Technoscience: The Peking University Lectures and Listening and Voice: Phenomenologies of Sound, Second Edition, both also published by SUNY Press.
"...Don Ihde's book has the character of a primer for engaging phenomenology-for doing phenomenology as he emphasizes at the beginning of his book ... For what it seeks to do, the book is provocative and engaging ... the phenomenologist should read it and draw from it what she or he can." - Journal of Phenomenological Psychology "In a new preface Idhe reflects on the bulk of his work, identifying its impact on other disciplines. This helps strengthen the new chapters, which elaborate the contact between phenomenology and technologies of film, simulation, video games, science imaging, and bows ... It can serve as a very clear way into phenomenology for those in other fields, and also as a move toward broadening the applications of phenomenological theory." - CHOICE Praise for the First Edition "...the unencumbered style of the book and prolific use of concrete examples makes the content accessible both to the beginning student of philosophy and to the intelligent layman." - Review of Metaphysics