#5 To Be a Body?

Issue #5: To Be A Body?

Editor’s Introduction
M. Curtis Allen

Contributions

Bodies That Matter?: From Embodied Subjectivity to Materialism in Merleau-Ponty’s Political Philosophy
Anne Van Leeuwen

Distinction, Participation, and Empty Embodiment
Adam Lovasz

Embodied Experience of Multiplicitous Selfhood: Mariana Ortega’s Latina Feminist Phenomenology
Mariana Ortega, interviewed by Julian Evans, Jessica Ellis, and Sangie Zaitsoff

The Relationship of Temporality in Autobiography to Trans-Narrative Form
Jessica Ellis

Gender Identity Trouble: An Analysis of the Under-Representation of Trans* Professors in Canadian Universities
Alexandre Baril, translated by Hélène Bigras Dutrisac & David Guignion

Ways of Being in the All-Too-Present Body
A. Rebecca Rozelle-Stone

Objects That Matter: Bodies, Art, and Big Data
Katherine Behar, interviewed by Anna Mirzayan

Reviews

Brian Kim Stefans, Word Toys
John Nyman

Mariana Ortega, In-Between: Latina Feminist Phenomenology, Multiplicity, and the Self
Helen Fielding

Cindy Zeiher & Todd McGowen, Can Philosophy Love?
Ali Alizadeh