Item Code: IDE105
Indian Council of Philosophical Research
Size: 8.8" X 5.7"
The book attempts to present an exhaustive account of phenomenology and existentialism. It has dealt with the founder of phenomenology, Edmund Husserl, and eight major existentialist thinkers. Each chapter contains an expository and a critical analysis of the ideas.
The book tries to remove the difficulties often felt in grasping the ideas of these schools. Complex thought has been presented clearly as far as possible.
Towards the end a sketch of analytic phenomenology and existentialism has been developed. The boo aims to narrow the wide gap between analytic philosophy and phenomenologieo-existentialism.
About the Author:
Mrinal Kanti Bhadra (b. 1929) studied at the Universities of Calcutta and Oklahoma and obtained his Ph. D from Oklahoma. He was Vivekananda Professor of Philosophy, Burdwan University, West Bengal.
Professor Bhadra has contributed many scholarly papers to various learned journals. His works, including monographs, are: A Critical Study of Sartre's Ontology of Consciousness; An Ontology of Human Reality; Astivad: Jean-Paul Sartrer Darsan O Sahitya (in Bengali); and Bengali translation of Sartre's Novel, La Nausee.
|Chapter 2||Husserl's Phenomenological Method||22|
|Chapter 3||Husserl's Phenomenology of the Life-World||89|
|Chapter 4||A Discussion of the Main Issues||104|
|Chapter 5||The Methodological Questions of Existentialism||126|
|Chapter 6||The Philosophy of Kierkegaard||153|
|Chapter 7||The Philosophy of Nietzsche||217|
|Chapter 8||The Philosophy of Heidegger||278|
|Chapter 9||The Philosophy of Sartre||340|
|Chapter 10||The Philosophy of Marcel||394|
|Chapter 11||Karl Jaspers: Philosophy and Being||429|
|Chapter 12||Merleau-Ponty and Camus||474|
|Chapter 13||An Ontology of Human Existence||519|
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