|EDWARD S. CASEY is Distinguished Professor of Philosophy at SUNY, Stony Brook. He also taught at Wesleyan and Yale University; Amherst and Williams College; as well as the College International de Philosophie, Paris; the University of Wuppertal, Germany; and the Pacifica Graduate Institute. Casey also lectured at the C. G. Jung Institute, Zurich. He is the author of THE FATE OF PLACE: A PHILOSOPHICAL HISTORY, GETTING BACK INTO PLACE: TOWARD A RENEWED UNDERSTANDING OF THE PLACE-WORLD, REMEMBERING: A PHENOMENOLOGICAL STUDY, and its sequel, IMAGINING: A PHENOMENOLOGICAL STUDY.|
|SPIRIT AND SOUL
Essays in Philosophical Psychology
Paperback original, $25 USD
376 pages, second edition
In a clear and vivid manner, Casey, one of America's finest thinkers, takes up the great themes of imagination, remembering, perceiving, and place. A brilliant and useful account of basic philosophical problems, which are also major mysteries of the soul.