1. Recovering the Sensus Communis: Arendt’s Phenomenology of Political Affects, Peg Birmingham / 2. Heideggerian Phenomenology and the Postmetaphysical Politics of Ontological Pluralism, Iain Thomson / 3. Phenomenology and the Impasse of Politics, William Koch / 4. The Politics of Spirit and the Self Destruction of the State to Come: Heidegger’s Rectorate in the Black Notebooks, Andrew Mitchell / Part II Race and Anti-Colonialism / 5. Insurgent Subjects: Hegel, Césaire, and the Origins of Decolonial Phenomenology, Chad Kautzer / 6. Incarnate Historiography and the Politics of our Faces, John Drabinski / 7. What Does the Racist See? A Hegelian Reflection on Anti-Racist Tactics, Chioke I’Anson / 8. Native Cognitive Schemas and Decolonizing Democratic Ethics, Shay Welch / Part III The Body and Gender / 9. Varieties of Consciousness Under Oppression: False Consciousness, Bad Faith, Double Consciousness, and se faire objet, Jennifer McWeeny / 10. Can Women’s Compliance With Oppressive Norms Be Self-Interested? Serene J. Khader / 11. The White Gaze, Being-Object, and Intercorporeity: Casting Anew the Ontological Violence of Racism, Helen Ngo / Part IV Situatedness, Culture, and Alienation / 12. Phenomenology, Mental Illness, and the Intersubjective Constitution of the Lifeworld, Anthony Vincent Fernandez / 13. The Politics of Brutality: Phenomenology at the limits of Narco-Culture, Carlos Alberto Sanchez / 14. Attention is Political: How Phenomenology Gives Access to the Inconspicuously Political Act of Attending, S. West Gurley / Part V Place and the Environment /
15. Hannah Arendt and the Ideological Character of Monuments, Janet Donohoe / 16. Phenomenology and an Ethico-Politics of Earthbound Limits, Kelly Oliver / 17. Science, Capital and Care: A Phenomenological Assessment of Climate Justice, Patricia Glazebrook / Part VI Capitalism, Globalism, Solidarity / 18. Marxism contra phenomenology, Agon Hamza/ 19. Of Politics and Pentagons: for whom does phenomenology advance political philosophy? Christian Matheis / 20. Phenomenology, Marxism, and the Problem of the Political, Geoff Pfeifer
S. West Gurley is Assistant Professor of Philosophy at Sam Houston State University. He is the author of Minding the Gap: What it is to Pay Attention Following the Collapse of the Subject-Object Distinction (2013).