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Schutzian Research. A Yearbook of Lifeworldly Phenomenology and Qualitative Social Science


Issue no.Volume 4 /2012


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It’s about Time! A Sometimes Personal Narrative of Schutz Scholarship    
Translated Title: It’s about Time! A Sometimes Personal Narrative of Schutz Scholarship
Publication: Schutzian Research. A Yearbook of Lifeworldly Phenomenology and Qualitative Social Science (Volume 4/2012)
Author Name: Embree , Lester;
Language: English
Subject: Philosophy
Issue: Volume 4/2012
Page Range: 9-22
No. of Pages: 14
File size: 135 KB
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Summary: With some remarks on what I have personally contributed, this essay
sketches the origins of the posthumous eff ort by which Schutz’s thought, which
could have been forgotten, has become well-known internationally through the
dedicated work in the United States, Germany, and Japan of a modest number of
named students and followers in successive generations as well as his widow Ilse
ans daughter Evelyn. How his thought connects with phenomenology, sociology,
social psychology, and the theory of the cultural sciences is touched on. Besides
references to the two biographies and the annual, Schutzian Research, counts of editions
of translations into a dozen languages and then lists of the Schutz Memorial
Lectures, the archives in Germany, Japan, and the United States, the Werkausgabe,
and the many conferences focused on Schutz are off ered. Th is is to make the case
that the International Alfred Schutz Circle for Phenomenology and Interpretive
Social Science is long overdue.
Keywords: phenomenological sociology; Schutz translations; Schutz lectures;
Schutz archives; Schutz Werkausgabe; Schutz conferences;
On Garfinkel and Schutz: Contacts and Influence    
Imposed Relevance: On the Sociological Use of a Phenomenological Concept    
The Oblivion of the Life-World: The Correspondence of Alfred Schutz and Talcott Parsons    
Reformulation of “How is Society Possible?”    
Crossing Cultures of Knowledge: Alfred Schütz’s Heritage and the Contemporary Social Science of the Individual in France    
The Cartesian Residue in Intersubjectivity and Child Development    
Action and Relevance: Making Sense of Subjective Interpretations in Biographical Narratives    
Two Concepts of Type in the Work of Alfred Schutz    
Phenomenological Research of Nursing and Its Method