In the most wide-ranging history of phenomenology since Herbert Spiegelberg’s The Phenomenological Movement over fifty years ago, Baring uncovers a new and unexpected force―Catholic intellectuals―behind the growth of phenomenology in the early twentieth century, and makes the case for the movement’s catalytic intellectual and social impact.
“What artists don’t know—but need to know.” —Jack Becker, Public Art Review
Presents a useful new technique for analyzing the extreme-value behaviour of random fields
A guide to machine learning approaches and their application to the analysis of biological data.
Presents the first book-length study of the profound influence of Descartes' philosophy on Husserl's project for phenomenology.
A commonly encountered experience of both analyst and analysand is that of the void. It is spoken about at different stages of therapy and refers to experiences that have different origins.
This comprehensive work provides a treasure trove of ways to seek, find, and use the power of will to gain an advantage over one's opponents in mental conflicts.