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Phenomenology in French Philosophy: Early Encounters

Series: Phaenomenologica, Vol. 208

Dupont, Christian

2014, XI, 338 p.

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From the reviews:

“Dupont’s book is a clear and readable account of a complex moment, and can serve as an introduction to French philosophy more generally in the first half of the twentieth century. It provides accessible surveys of the work of a number of important thinkers within and outside of the phenomenological tradition … . The book will thus be an aid for scholars, and it is written so that readers can dip in and read individual sections depending on their interest.” (Edward Baring, Notre Dame Philosophical Reviews, ndpr.nd.edu, 2014)



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