By Luna Dolezal,Danielle Petherbridge
Body/Self/Other brings jointly various phenomenological views to envision the complexity of social encounters throughout a number social, political, and moral matters. It investigates the materiality of social encounters and the ordinary attitudes that constitution lived event. specifically, the individuals research how structures of race, gender, sexuality, criminal activity, and medicalized varieties of subjectivity have an effect on notion and social interplay. Grounded in sensible, daily stories, this publication offers a theoretical framework that considers the level to which basic moral responsibilities come up from the actual fact of people’ intercorporeality and sociality.
Luna Dolezal is Lecturer in scientific Humanities and Philosophy on the collage of Exeter, uk, and writer of The physique and disgrace: Phenomenology, Feminism, and the Socially formed Body.
Danielle Petherbridge is Assistant Professor of Continental Philosophy at college university Dublin, eire, and the writer of The severe concept of Axel Honneth.