Re: [xmca] Looking forward by looking back, sort of.

From: Paul Dillon <phd_crit_think who-is-at>
Date: Tue Jul 03 2007 - 19:00:54 PDT

  I would love to have the time to re-read Schutz, something I would have to do to prepare anything since I haven't read him in a long time, but right now I've got other projects that keep me pretty busy. Even keeping up with the xmca thrread on selected readings is a challenge.

Mike Cole <> wrote:
  So, Paul, will you give a lecture on Schutz? Excellent addition to the

On 7/3/07, Paul Dillon
> Martin,
> Thanks for your post on Merleau-Ponty. He was also one of my favorite
> phenomenolgists, one who, unlike Husserl's other well-known disciples,
> Sartre and Heidegger, located the source of the structures of consciousness
> in a living human body and not in an already abstracted experience such as
> "being-for-itself" or Dasein. Perhaps that's the very reason he's not such
> a remembered figure as the others.
> Another phenomenologist who I really appreciated, the father of
> ethnomethodology, Alfred Schutz, also could provide a missing dimension to
> the discussion of the historical dimension of activity. I don't remember
> his precise terms at the moment but he identified three dimensions: the
> domain of all those who lived before anyone we know can remember, the
> dimension of those whom we know and those we know can remember, the
> dimension of all those who will live after anyone we know will live to know.
> Paul
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