Alphonso Lingis and Existential Genealogy

Alphonso Lingis and Existential Genealogy

The first book-length study of the work of Alphonso Lingis' philosophical works.

Alphonso Lingis and Existential Genealogy

The first book-length study of the work of Alphonso Lingis' philosophical works.

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Oct 25, 2019
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Criticism, Individual philosophers, Phenomenology

Synopsis

What is philosophy? Is philosophy an academic discipline that produces arguments and theories, or is philosophy also about understanding the world through stories, metaphors, analogies, ambience, and even through feelings?

Alphonso Lingis approaches philosophy the way a travel writer approaches a strange new land, with his eyes open and with a conscious desire for experience. Using the genealogical approach of Nietzsche and Foucault, his work continues the phenomenological tradition.

Alexander E. Hooke's Alphonso Lingis and Existential Genealogy is the first book-length study of Lingis' philosophical works.

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