Phenomenology and Human Experience

Edited by Chung-chi Yu and Kwok-ying Lau

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Editors' Preface

Part I
Varieties of Human Experience:
Contemporary Phenomenological Approaches

1. Ethics and the Commitment to Truth

2. Crossing the Boundary of Being Human:
Enhancement Technology and the Problem of Free Will
Junichi MURATA

3. Culture, Wilderness, and Homelessness: Eco-Phenomenology 2
Tetsuya KONO

4. Toward a Phenomenological Reading of Landscape:
Bachelard, Merleau-Ponty, and Zong Bing
Kuan-min HUANG

5. Some Phenomenology of Not Retiring

Part II
The Human Genre:
Revisiting Attempts of Classical Phenomenologists

6. A Phenomenological Attempt to Cross the Border:
On Husserl's Meditation on Death in Manuscripts C
Xianghong FANG

7. Heidegger's Concept of Fore-structure and Textual Interpretation
Ka-wing LEUNG

8. Understanding, Historically Effected Consciousness,
and Phenomenology in Gadamer
Yiu-hong WONG

9. Reversibility and Its Philosophical Implications:
A Phenomenological Explication of a Late Concept of Merleau-Ponty
Chon-ip NG

10. The Subjective Movement of Body and World:
Observations on the Phenomenology and Metaphysics of Corporeality
in the Reflections of Jan Patocka

11. Edith Stein's Phenomenology of Education
Maybelle Marie O. PADUA



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