The End of Phenomenology: Metaphysics and the New Realism


10 thoughts on “The End of Phenomenology: Metaphysics and the New Realism

  1. Christopher O Christopher O says:

    Prominent for its variety Sparrow considers species of speculative realism with Harman at the helm and Meillassoux in some kind of near proximity The condition of the end both senses of phenomenology is it s absolute idealism Post phenomenology as methodology takes different forms, as described by Sparrow, and in addition to Harman and Meillassoux, in the works of Grant and Brassier HMGB the original foursome of SR , then in the second wave with Bryant, Morton, Bogost, and Bennett The Prominent for its variety Sparrow considers species of speculative realism with Harman at the helm and Meillassoux in some kind of near proximity The condition of the end both senses of phenomenology is it s absolute idealism Post phenomenology as methodology takes different forms, as described by Sparrow, and in addition to Harman and Meillassoux, in the works of Grant and Brassier HMGB the original foursome of SR , then in the second wave with Bryant, Morton, Bogost, and Bennett The End of Phenomenology s strength is its expositional effect of both the phenomenological problem and speculative realism, a supposed antidote or alternative


  2. Christopher Christopher says:

    If, like myself, you always dismissed phenomenology for being too idealist at its core, this probably won t be much for you here But considering that phenomenology is the most subtle and accomplished form of idealism and anthropocentrism it is worth dealing with from the perspective of speculative realism and this book fills an important role in that.


  3. Mr. Mr. says:

    starts a lot of sentences with As everybody knows


  4. Tom Calvard Tom Calvard says:

    I thought this a pretty good book for anyone who has wondered whether people are using the word phenomenology a bit carelessly or in an unclear way Not sure what different readers would take from it beyond that, depends on how they feel about continental philosophy I think As the author notes at the end of the book, a preferred alternative, speculative realism , still needs to be definedclearly itself, or it risks falling into the same traps as phenomenology all over again


  5. Michael Michael says:

    I feel like a whole new vista has opened up Thank you, thank you, thank you, Tom Sparrow


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  • Hardcover
  • 216 pages
  • The End of Phenomenology: Metaphysics and the New Realism
  • Tom Sparrow
  • 07 August 2018
  • 0748684824

About the Author: Tom Sparrow

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