This Handbook from Springer is companion to the publisher’s Handbook of Phenomenological Aesthetics whose editors are Hans Rainer Sepp and Lester Embree (2010; reviewed by Cloonan, 2011). It is a much needed volume for examination of possible connections between phenomenology and cognitive science, the current vanguard of the dominant mainstream school of cognitive psychology. It is not an easy book to read; nor is it any easier to have reviewed. The size of it requires selectivity of chapters for discussion that may stand for the whole of it. Three keystone chapters that serve this purpose are appropriately presented in Part I, Phenomenology and Experimental Cognitive Science. In the order presented, they are authored by Dan Zahavi, Shaun Gallagher, and Daniel Schmicking. The latter two authors are the editors of the book. These chapters establish the parameters for the circuit of phenomenology and cognitive science’s possible relationship—according to the lights of their authors, and I direct attention to them primarily and then to the remaining seven Parts with brief commentary on a representative chapter from each of those Parts. I stress that every chapter in this volume is important, including Eduard Marbach’s chapter in Part I, which was not
Journal of Phenomenological Psychology – Brill
Published: Jan 1, 2012
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