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The studies of this book reflect, from various perspectives, upon a set of phenomenological issues and confront them with positions beyond the framework of phenomenology. A common thread running through is their contemplation of the differences between phenomenology and philosophy, which transcends phenomenological tradition by means of non-phenomenological approaches. Phenomenological themes like worldhood, life, individuality, temporality, corporality, emotionality, disease, suffering and our relationships with others are considered from both phenomenological stances and non-phenomenological perspectives that are mainly opened by philosophical concepts of Deleuze and Guattari.
Petr Kouba studied philosophy at Charles University in Prague. He continued his studies at Universität Zurich, Duquesne University in Pittsburgh, and Université de Lausanne. Then he lectured philosophy at the Faculty of Arts, Charles University. At present he holds a position of Research Fellow at the Institute of Philosophy, Czech Academy of Sciences. He is an author of the Phenomenon of Mental Disorder. Perspectives of Heidegger´s Thought in Psychopathology (2012 in German, and 2015 in English). He co-edited Dynamic Structure: Language as Open System (2007), and Franz Kafka: Minority Report (2010).
Artikelnummer: ISBN 978-3-95948-144-1