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Philosophy of communication / edited by Briankle G. Chang and Garnet C. Butchart
Cambridge, Mass. : MIT Press, c2012
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 4th Floor  P90 .P468 2012    AVAILABLE
Subject(s) Communication -- Philosophy
Language and languages -- Philosophy
Physical Description xiv, 674 p. : ill. ; 23 cm
Note Includes bibliographical references (p. 648) and index
Summary "The editors have chosen thirty-two selections from the work of Plato, Leibniz, Hegel, Husserl, Heidegger, Wittgenstein, Benjamin, Lacan, Derrida, Sloterdijk, and others. They have organized these texts thematically, rather than historically, in seven sections: consciousness; intersubjective understanding; language; writing and context; difference and subjectivity; gift and exchange; and communicability and community. Taken together, these texts not only lay the foundation for establishing communication as a distinct philosophical topic but also provide an outline of what philosophy of communication might look like."--P. [4] of cover
Contents Introduction / Briankle C. Chang and Garnet C. Butchart -- I. Overture. Of "this" communication / Briankle G. Chang ; Openings ; Phaedrus / Plato ; New system of the nature of the communication of substances / Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz ; Sense certainty : or the "this" and "meaning" / Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel ; The end of philosophy and the task of thinking / Martin Heidegger ; The conditions of the question : what is philosophy? / Gilles Deleuze -- II. Architecture of intersubjectivity. Fifth meditation : uncovering of the sphere of transcendental being as monadological intersubjectivity / Edmund Husserl ; Being-in-the-world as being-with and being-one's-self. The "they" / Martin Heidegger ; Foundations of a theory of intersubjective understanding / Alfred Schutz ; Platonic dialogue / Michel Serres -- III. Language before communication. On language as such and on the language of man / Walter Benjamin ; Building dwelling thinking / Martin Heidegger ; The A Priori Foundation of Communication and the Foundation of the Humanities / Karl-Otto Apel ; The subject and power / Michel Foucault ; An eye at the edge of discourse / Catherine Malabou -- IV. Writing, meaning, context. Philosophical investigations / Ludwig Wittgenstein ; Premises / Werner Hamacher ; Signature event context / Jacques Derrida ; Eighth series of structure - Twenty-fourth series of the communication of events - Twenty-sixth series of language / Gilles Deleuze -- V. Difference, subject, and other. Ethics as first philosophy / Emmanuel Levinas ; Subjectivity in language / Emile Benveniste ; Formula of communication / Jacques Lacan ; The instance of the letter in the unconscious, or reason since Freud / Jacques Lacan ; Difference / Jacques Derrida -- VI. Exchange, gift, communication. The fetishism of the commodity and its secret - The process of exchange / Karl Marx ; The reason of the gift / Jean-Luc Marion ; The madness of economic reason : a gift without present / Jacques Derrida ; Something like : "communication... without communication" / Jean-Francois Lyotard -- VII. Community and incommunicability. Of being singular plural / Jean-Luc Nancy ; The paradox of sovereignty - Form of law - The ban and the wolf / Giorgio Agamben ; Becoming-media : Galileo's telescope / Joseph Vogl ; Actio in distans : on forms of telerational world-making / Peter Sloterdijk
NOTE 520704
Alternate Author Chang, Briankle G
Butchart, Garnet

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