Preface: First Encounters with Husserl's Phenomenology Introduction: Philosophy of Technology, Technoscience and Husserl 1. Husserl's Missing Technologies 2. Husserl's Galileo needed a Telescope 3. Embodiment and Reading-Writing Technologies 4. Whole Earth Measurements Revisited 5. Dewey and Husserl; Consciousness Revisited 6. Adding Pragmatism to Phenomenology 7. From Phenomenology to Postphenomenology Appendix: Epistemology Engines Notes References Index
Don Ihde is Distinguished Professor, Emeritus, at Stony Brook University. His most recent books include Experimental Phenomenology: Multistability; Heidegger's Technologies: Postphenomenological Perspectives (Fordham); and Embodied Technics.
"Husserl's Missing Technologies is a natural and informative companion to Heidegger's Technologies. It deepens Ihde's analysis of technology and offers important new perspectives on pragmatism, science, and technology studies. An insightful and probing work." -- -Carl Mitcham Colorado School of Mines "Don Ihde offers a highly original perspective on main themes of his post-phenomenology. This splendid study should be read by every STS researcher and every Husserl scholar." -Notre Dame Philosophical Reviews