1 edition of Desire and Distance found in the catalog.
|Statement||Stanford University Press|
|Publishers||Stanford University Press|
|LC Classifications||October 31, 2005|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 102 p. :|
|Number of Pages||42|
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Instead, his Ascension is a departure from a certain kind of physical presence.Steffen Lehmann, an architect, urban designer and professor at The University of Portsmouth, examines this complexity. Most urgently, we need to make clear distinctions between desirable compact urban living and the other c-word urbanists tend to avoid: crowding.
Barbaras then filters these notions especially "life" through Merleau-Ponty. My only wish is that Barbaras's essays on Hans Jonas - elsewhere translated into English - could have also made their way into this book, insofar as they extend and flesh out many of the themes and concerns elaborated upon here search for them if you've read this book!
A girl like a graven image and a boy like a righteous fire. The appearance of the worldly appearing necessarily refers to a more originary sense of phenomenality, namely the manifestation of the lived experience to itself; to appear is either to be lived or to be constituted by means of lived experiences.
There is also an emergence of equitable development plans like the produced for Wahsington, D. The adumbrations "are included among ' the Data of sensations'. Barbaras elaborates and Desire and Distance the formal structure of desire and distance by drawing on motifs as yet unexplored in the French phenomenological tradition, especially the notions of "life" and the "life-world," which are prominent in the later Husserl but also appear in non-phenomenological thinkers such as Bergson.
Desire and Distance - his only other full length publication translated into English so far - gives us a valuable glimpse into the philosophical expanse since treaded by this remarkable thinker.