Revitalising Phenomenology

Posted by Edward Willatt on Tuesday, February 16, 2016

I have just reviewed Claudo Romano's There Is: The Event and the Finitude of Appearing for Phenomenological Reviews. This was an engaging read and encounter with this rigorous exploration of phenomenology. Romano is really insightful in his commitment to phenomenology and resolute in seeking to find answers here to contemporary problems.  Rather than a turn to the pre-critical era of philosophy or to natural science we find a thorough engagement with phenomenology that reveals its vital and living core.  In addition, some original sources outside of this tradition are invoked to shake up and revitalise phenomenology.  The contemporary relevance of this human science is at stake. 



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Revitalising Phenomenology

Posted by Edward Willatt on Tuesday, February 16, 2016

I have just reviewed Claudo Romano's There Is: The Event and the Finitude of Appearing for Phenomenological Reviews. This was an engaging read and encounter with this rigorous exploration of phenomenology. Romano is really insightful in his commitment to phenomenology and resolute in seeking to find answers here to contemporary problems.  Rather than a turn to the pre-critical era of philosophy or to natural science we find a thorough engagement with phenomenology that reveals its vital and living core.  In addition, some original sources outside of this tradition are invoked to shake up and revitalise phenomenology.  The contemporary relevance of this human science is at stake. 



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