Part 1: In the Beginning Part 2: Interrupting Husserl Part 3: Experience and Limit: Heidegger, Levinas, Blanchot Part 4: The Politics of Places Part Five: Animal/Machine: The Return of Transcendental Aesthetics as Biography
Joanna Hodge is Professor of Philosophy at Manchester Metropolitan University.
'Perhaps there has been no more resilient form of thought in the last two hundred years than phenomenology, and yet, poignant critiques have been made of it. Joanna Hodge allows us to start to move beyond the horizon of phenomenology while recognizing the contributions it has made for thinking.' - Len Lawlor, University of Memphis, USA'...it is a book that rewards close and repeated re-engagement.' -- Linnell Secomb, University of Greenwich