E. Selinger (ed), Postphenomenology
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How does one go about reviewing a critical companion? Am I offering a critique of the chapters by the various authors? Or am I searching for a better understanding of the concept of postphenomenology as located in Don Ihde’s contributions to history, sociology, philosophy, science, sound studies, and technology studies, as mentioned on the back cover of the volume?
Dakers, J. R. (2008). Review of E. Selinger (ed), Postphenomenology. Human Studies 31 (1), pp. 77-85.
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