On attention: From a phenomenological analysis towards an ethical understanding of social attention

Research in Phenomenology 37 (3):287-302 (2007)
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Part one of this paper focuses on that region in which the phenomenon of attention is the most significant today: the region of media and cultural theory. The second part refines the phenomenal description of attention by applying Husserl's concept of affection. The final part thematizes attention as a conscious turning-towards; for this purpose, the paper refers to the phenomenon of greeting
Keywords greeting   phenomenology   Husserl   recognition   attention
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