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Nature and Experience, an Introduction, Bryan E. Bannon / Part I: Phenomenology of Nature / 1. Mythic Enlightenment: Phenomenology and the Question Concerning Nature, Bryan Smyth / 2. Towards a Phenomenology of Nature, Janet Donohoe / 3. Natural Phenomena: The Birth and Growth of Experience, Thomas Greaves / 4. Phenomenology and the Charge of Anthropocentrism, Simon James / 5. Nature, Meaning, and Value, Bryan E. Bannon / Part II: Metaphor, Agency, and the Human relation to Nature / 6. Intersubjectivity, the Environment, and Moral Failure, Mark Thorsby / 7. Metaphor and Weather: Thinking Ecologically about Metaphor, Experience, and Climate, Elise Springer / 8. Ecofeminism, Ecophenomenology, and the Metaphorics of Nature's Agency, Tim Christion Myers / 9. Re-Rivering Environmental Imagination: Meander Movement and Merleau-Ponty, Irene J. Klaver / Part III: Practicing Phenomenology / 10. Paradigms, Praxis and Environmental Phenomenology, Ingrid Leman Stefanovic, Zachary Shefman and Kristina Welch / 11. Re-appropriating the Ecosystem Services Concept for a Decolonization of 'Nature', Barbara Muraca / 12. Indigenous Experience, Environmental Justice and Settler Colonialism, Kyle Powys Whyte / 13. Music and the Presence of Nature, David E. Cooper / 14. Phenomenological Aesthetics of Landscape and Beauty, Gudbjoerg Rannveig Johannesdottir / Bibliography / Index / Notes on Contributors

About the Author

Bryan E. Bannon is Associate Professor of Philosophy and Director of the Environmental Studies and Sustainability programme at Merrimack College. He is the author of From Mastery to Mystery: A Phenomenological Foundation for an Environmental Ethic (2014). Contributors: David E. Cooper, Professor of Philosophy Emeritus, Durham University, UK; Janet Donohoe, Professor of Philosophy, University of West Georgia, USA; Thomas Greaves, Senior Lecturer in Philosophy, University of East Anglia, UK; Simon P. James, Senior Lecturer in Philosophy, Durham University, UK; Guobjoerg Rannveig Johannesdottir, Graduate Student, University of Iceland; Irene Klaver, Professor of Philosophy, University of North Texas, USA; Scott Marratto, Assistant Professor of Philosophy, Michigan Technological University, USA; Barbara Muraca, Assistant Professor of Philosophy, Oregon State University, USA; Tim Christian Myers, Graduate Student, University of Oregon, USA; Bryan Smith, Associate Professor of Philosophy, University of Mississippi, USA; Elise Springer, Associate Professor of Philosophy, Wesleyan University, USA; Ingrid Leman Stefanovic, Dean, Faculty of Environment, Simon Fraser University, Canada; Mark Thorsby, Professor of Philosophy, Lone Star College, USA

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A sparkling collection of essays from some of today's liveliest minds writing in a broadly phenomenological tradition. It highlights the complexity of our experience of nature, the range of metaphors, narratives and normativities woven into the idea of nature, and the relevance of an experiential approach to how our understanding of nature impacts education, decolonization and aesthetics. A compelling addition to the environmental philosophy literature. -- David Wood, W. Alton Jones Professor of Philosophy and Professor of European Studies, Vanderbilt University
Nature and Experience is an important contribution to the ongoing development of eco-phenomenology and environmental hermeneutics. Grounded in a commitment to the relationality at the heart of the phenomenological project, this volume sparkles with insight on topics as varied as anthropocentrism, moral responsibility, metaphor, ecological imagination, environmental justice, and aesthetics-and does so in a manner that is eminently accessible. -- Brian Treanor, Charles S. Casassa Chair and Professor of Philosophy, Loyola Marymount University
This collection deserves to be read not just by those working in "continental" environmental philosophy but also by environmental philosophers more broadly. Its clear, well-written essays grapple with and reconceptualize some of the area's key questions, and do so in novel and refreshing ways. Many of them would work well even in an undergraduate environmental philosophy course, and could bring something really new to such a setting. * Notre Dame Philosophical Reviews *

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