Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press (2018)

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Tom Sparrow
Slippery Rock University
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Alphonso Lingis is arguably the most intriguing American philosopher of the past fifty years. An extended encounter with the singular philosopher, The Alphonso Lingis Reader conducts us through Lingis’s early writing on phenomenology to his hybrid studies fusing philosophy, psychoanalysis, anthropology, communication theory, aesthetics, and other disciplines, to his original, inspired arguments about everything from knowledge to laughter to death.
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