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978-1-4985-8144-8 • Hardback • January 2019 • $105.00 • (£81.00)
978-1-4985-8145-5 • eBook • January 2019 • $99.50 • (£77.00)
Sarah Horton is teaching fellow in philosophy at Boston College.
Stephen Mendelsohn is teaching fellow in philosophy at Boston College.
Christine Rojcewicz is teaching fellow in philosophy at Boston College.
Richard Kearney is Charles H. Seelig chair of philosophy at Boston College.
Section I: “Somatic Desire: Uncovering Corporeality in Phenomenology and Hermeneutics” Christine Rojcewicz
Chapter One: “Desire, Body, and Freedom: Themes from Husserl's ‘Studies on the Structures of Consciousness’” Andrea Staiti (Università degli Studi di Parma)
Chapter Two: “Lateralization and Leaning: Somatic Desire as a Model for Supple Wisdom” Brian Treanor (Loyola Marymount University)
Chapter Three: “The Recovery of the Flesh in Ricoeur and Merleau-Ponty” Richard Kearney (Boston College)
Chapter Four: “Ricoeur on the Body – A Response to Richard Kearney” Gonçalo Marcelo (Universidade de Coimbra / Católica Porto Business School)
Section II: “The Body in Love and Sickness” Sarah Horton
Chapter Five: “Embrace and Differentiation: A Phenomenology of Eros” Emmanuel Falque (L’Institut Catholique de Paris) and Richard Kearney (Boston College)
Chapter Six: “Toward an Ethics of the Spread Body” Emmanuel Falque (L’Institut Catholique de Paris)
Chapter Seven: “Dying to Desire: Soma, Sema, Sarx, and Sex” John Panteleimon Manoussakis (College of the Holy Cross)
Section III: “The Inscribed Body: Text and the Afterlife of the Flesh” Stephen Mendelsohn
Chapter Eight: “Anxiety, Melancholy, and Shrapnel” Richard Rojcewicz (Duquesne University)
Chapter Nine: “The Poetics of Lack and the Problem of Ground in Knut Hamsun’s Hunger” Christopher Yates (University of Virginia)
Chapter Ten: “From the Writing of Desire to the Desire of Writing: Reflections on Proust” Miguel de Beistegui (The University of Warwick).
Chapter Eleven: “Miracle” Alphonso Lingis (Pennsylvania State University)