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100 1  George, Siby K.,|eauthor 
245 10 Heidegger and Development in the Global South /|cby Siby 
       K. George 
264  1 New Delhi :|bSpringer India :|bImprint: Springer,|c2015 
300    1 online resource (xix, 309 pages) :|billustrations, 
       digital ;|c24 cm 
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490 1  Contributions to phenomenology,|x0923-9545 ;|vvolume 82 
505 0  Chapter 1. Heidegger and Development: An Introduction -- 
       Chapter 2. Historicizing the Development Narrative -- 
       Chapter 3. War and Development -- Chapter 4. Capital, 
       Individual and Development -- Chapter 5. Justice, Ethics, 
       Development -- Chapter 6. The Idea of Development --
        Chapter 7. Development and Distress: Concluding Remarks 
520    Taking the Heideggerian critical ontology of technology as
       its base, this volume looks at postcolonial modernization 
       and development in the global south as the worldwide 
       expansion of the western metaphysical understanding of 
       reality. We live today in an increasingly globalizing 
       technological society that Martin Heidegger described in 
       the middle of the last century as 'the planetary 
       imperialism of technologically organized man.' Consequent 
       upon this cultural-intellectual globalization, the 
       ahistorical, violent, individualistic, calculative and 
       capitalistic logic of the metaphysics of technology is 
       permeating the life-world, even of the world's poorest 
       peoples, in ways they could neither choose nor control. 
       This volume questions the political ethics and justice of 
       post-war development discourse in the light of the 
       egalitarian aims of modern societies, cultural freedom of 
       communities and nations, and the ecological limits of the 
       planet. The final chapters discuss the alternative 
       proposal of development as various conceptions of good 
       life and equitable human flourishing amidst equally 
       flourishing non-human life and non-living beings. This 
       unique volume is the first book-length treatment of the 
       ontology of modernization and development in the global 
       south from a Heideggerian stance 
650  0 Phenomenological sociology 
650  0 Civilization, Modern 
650 14 Philosophy 
650 24 Phenomenology 
650 24 Sociological Theory 
650 24 Regional and Cultural Studies 
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