197 to be considered a concept well within the metaphysics of presence. The language of difference is part of the publisher's series on philosophy and the human sciences, a series whose goal is to explore "recent develop- ments in philosophy as they relate to foundational questions in the human sciences." Can it be said, in the end, that the book under consideration relates to foundational questions of phenomenological psychology as understood by this Journal? Of course, the book does not claim to relate to psychology in this way, and, in fact, the discourse of phenomenological psychology would probably come under indictment as immersed in the metaphysics of presence and the language of identity. In that sense, the book represents a challenge to phenomenological psychology, indeed a challenge to its very foundations, and so, at least as a straw in the wind, it may not be neglected with impunity. Richard Roj cewicz Simon Silverman Phenomenology Center BOOK REVIEWS Pöggeler, Otto. Martin Heidegger's Path of Thinking. D. Magurshak & S. Barber (Trans). Atlantic Highlands, NJ: Humanities Press International, Inc., 1987. pp. vii-293. $45.00. Every thinker who introduces a vision of epochal significance per- plexes serious readers. Heidegger is notoriously difficult
Journal of Phenomenological Psychology – Brill
Published: Jan 1, 1988
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