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About the Author
Don Ihde is Professor of Philosophy at the State University of New York at Stony Brook as well as Dean of Humanities and Arts. He is the author of a number of books, including Listening and Voice, Experimental Phenomenology, Technics and Praxis, and Existential Technics.
Table of ContentsPreface
Introduction: Phenomenology in America (1964-1984)
Part I. Perceptual Polymorphy
1. A Phenomenology of Voice
2. Is There Always Perception?
3. Phenomenology, "Metaphor-Metaphysics" and the Text
Part II. Technics
4. Technics: From Progress to Ambiguity
5. Technology: Utopia and Dystopia
6. Technology and Cultural Variations
Part III. Critical Essays
7. Ortega y Gassett and Phenomenology
8. Variation and Boundary: A Problem in Ricouer's Phenomenology
9. Epilogue: Response to Rorty, or, Is Phenomenology Edifying?