Ihde, Don, –. Listening and voice: phenomenologies of sound / Don Ihde. The first edition of Listening and Voice (), the manuscript for which was. Don Ihde is best known in the media and information science and research milieus for his work on the human body and technology. His first edition of Listening. University of Oregon. LISTENING AND VOICE, A PHENOMENOLOGY OF SOUND, by Don Ihde. Athens: Ohio University Press, , x + pp.,. $
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Ihde contrasts visual perception with aural experiments, mixing up the examples and talking about pop music and opera in the same analytical voice. Beard – – International Journal of Listening 23 anx Under the Signs of Husserl and Heidegger 3. Suzanne Rice – – Educational Theory 61 2: The Sound of the Life-World. Silence and Word Listening Through the Noise: A Phenomenology of Voice Fred Kersten – – International Studies in Philosophy Time, Continuity, and Indeterminacy.
Don Ihde – Author Price: Toward an Aristotelian Conception of Good Listening. Peter Szendy – – Fordham University Press.
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Attention and Consciousness in Philosophy of Mind. Dante from Two Perspectives: Sonic Art and the Nature of Sonic Events. The Auditory Dimension 5. Plato’s Philosophy of Listening. Sound in Philosophy of Mind.
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Embodiment, Technologies, and Musics Notes Index. Listening Through the Noise: Innis – – Thought: The Time of Life. Science Logic and Mathematics.
Listening And Voice: A Phenomenology Of Sound.
Absorption, Dissociation and Trancing. He is the author of many books, including Experimental Phenomenology: Part V Phenomenologies Part II Description 4. The Grounding of Positive Philosophy.
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Related Titles Eros and the Intoxications of Vooice. He has been important to the field for thirty years and continues to contribute new insights. Lisa Heldke – – Radical Philosophy Today 5: Phenomenology in a Pluralistic Context. Competence and Trust in Choice Architecture.
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