About this series
The purpose of the series is to serve as a vehicle for the pursuit of phenomenological research across a broad spectrum, including cross-over developments with other fields of inquiry such as the social sciences and cognitive science. Since its establishment in 1987, Contributions to Phenomenology has published more than 80 titles on diverse themes of phenomenological philosophy. In addition to welcoming monographs and collections of papers in established areas of scholarship, the series encourages original work in phenomenology. The breadth and depth of the Series reflects the rich and varied significance of phenomenological thinking for seminal questions of human inquiry as well as the increasingly international reach of phenomenological research.
All books to be published in this Series will be fully peer-reviewed before final acceptance.
The series is published in cooperation with The Center for Advanced Research in Phenomenology.
Nicolas de Warren, Pennsylvania State University, USA; Ted Toadvine, Pennsylvania State University, USA
Lilian Alweiss, Trinity College Dublin, Ireland; Elizabeth Behnke, Ferndale, WA, USA; Rudolf Bernet, Husserl Archive, Belgium; Michael Barber, St. Louis University, MO, USA; David Carr, Emory University, GA,USA; Chan-Fai Cheung, Chinese University Hong Kong, China; James Dodd, New School University, NY, USA; Lester Embree, Florida Atlantic University, FL, USA; Alfredo Ferrarin, Università di Pisa, Italy; Burt Hopkins, University of Lille, France; José Huertas-Jourda, Wilfrid Laurier University, Canada; Kwok-Ying Lau, Chinese University Hong Kong, China; Nam-In Lee, Seoul National University, Korea; Rosemary R.P. Lerner , Pontificia Universidad Católica del Perú, Peru ; Dieter Lohmar, University of Cologne, Germany; William R.McKenna, Miami University, OH, USA; Algis Mickunas, Ohio University, OH, USA; J.N. Mohanty, Temple University, PA, USA; Junichi Murata, University of Tokyo, Japan; Thomas Nenon, The University of Memphis, TN, USA; Thomas M. Seebohm, Johannes Gutenberg-Universität, Germany; Gail Soffer, Rome, Italy; Anthony Steinbock, Southern Illinois University at Carbondale, IL, USA; Shigeru Taguchi, Hokkaido University, Japan; Dan Zahavi, University of Copenhagen, Denmark; Richard M. Zaner, Vanderbilt University, TN, USA