In Helen A. Fielding & Dorothea Olkowski (eds.), Feminist Phenomenology Futures. Bloomington, IN: Indiana University Press. pp. 91-109 (2017)

Helen A. Fielding
University of Western Ontario
Helen Fielding considers how the repetition of the same can be phenomenally shifted. Considering the phenomenon of death by suicide in response to cyberbullying, she asks how cyberspace as a system can be opened up and become more responsive to the living affect of young women subjected to abuse. At the heart of this problem is the breakdown of personal time into objective time, whereby the inexhaustible potentiality of the living world is collapsed into the indifferent infinity of the possible that, unconnected to living existence, is ultimately a closed system.
Keywords Feminist phenomenology  temporality  cyberbullying  Rehtaeh Parsons  Amanda Todd  Merleau-Ponty  Arendt
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