The Phenomenology of the Subject Position
Valberg (J.J.)
Source: Valberg (J.J.) - Dream, Death, and the Self, 2007, Chapter 15
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Sections

  1. Perceptual Centrality: The Visual and Tactual Appearing of My Body – 286
  2. Perceptual Centrality: The Visual Appearing of Myself – 290
  3. Perceptual Centrality: Views of Myself – 293
  4. Centrality of Feeling: Figuring as the Space of Feeling – 297
  5. The Centrality of Feeling: The Sense in Which the Space of Feeling (My Body-Space) Is a "Space" – 299
  6. Centrality of Feeling: The Ontological Dependence of My Body-Space on My Body – 304
  7. Volitional Centrality: Acting/Will and the Phenomenology of the Subject Position – 307
  8. Volitional Centrality: The Phenomenology of Will – 309
  9. Volitional Centrality: The "Mineness" of My Actions – 315
  10. Volitional Centrality: Phenomenology and Causality1 – 319

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