Tamsin Jones’ article comparing Jean-Luc Marion’s saturated phenomenon to trauma shows that we must find ways to distinguish violence from non-violent interruption.
That depends on whether you think “encounter” counts.
Consumption is a rhythmic phenomenon.
How should one study rhythm? The nineteenth century answer: “with the help of some pretty strange machines.”
A phenomenology of the paradoxical experience of ideas (in conversation w/ Merleau-Ponty).
The significance of contemplating the new film “Arrival” during the season of advent.
One of the most fascinating things about research is that it’s not always clear to the one doing the research what the significance is of what has been done.
Speculations on how a burgeoning methodology from human geography may be fruitful for theology.
The internet is evidence of the human compulsion to write. Where does this compulsion come from?
This is a reference guide for rhythm in the work of various philosophers – where it appears and how it’s used. Perhaps unexpectedly, the category is actually one that crops up fairly regularly in continental philosophy but is not discussed at length and so is often overlooked. However, […]