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Phenomenology and Imagination in Husserl and Heidegger (Routledge Studies in Twentieth Century Philosophy) Hardcover – December 17, 2004

ISBN-13: 978-0415324038 ISBN-10: 0415324033 Edition: 1st

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Brian Elliot completed his doctoral research at the University of Freiberg under the supervision of Heidegger's former assistant, Friedrich-Wilhelm von Herrmann. His thesis on Heidegger and Aristotle, Anfang unde Ende in der Philosophy, was published in berlin in 2002. Since 2000 he has taught philosophy at University College Dublin, where he is currently engaged in research on the idea of aesthetic community.

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Brian Elliott was born in Chester in the northwest of England. After studying literature and philosophy in Edinburgh, Scotland, and Freiburg, Germany, he went on to teach philosophy for eight years at University College Dublin. Since 2008 he has lived in Portland, Oregon, with his wife, dog, and a growing brood of chickens. His academic area of expertise is twentieth-century European philosophy, in particular the phenomenology of Husserl and Heidegger. In recent years he has published two books focused on the social and political dimensions of art and architecture. His most recent book, Benjamin for Architects, is being prepared for release in Mandarin and Korean translations. He is currently devising a way to fuse two leading passions: philosophy and gardening.

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