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Wednesday, 24 February 2016

Table of contents for "Thinking about animals in the age of the Anthropocene"

Here is the Table of Contents for our forthcoming book Thinking about animals in the age of the Anthropocene (Lexington Books):
Acknowledgments 
Introduction: Once upon a Time in the Anthropocene
Morten Tønnessen & Kristin Armstrong Oma 
Part I: Beyond Human Eyes 
Chapter 1: Held Hostage by the Anthropocene
Susan M. Rustick 
Chapter 2: Dangerous Intersubjectivities from Dionysos to Kanzi
Louise Westling 
Chapter 3: Animals in a Noisy World
Almo Farina 
Part II: Phenomenology in the Anthropocene 
Chapter 4: A Phenomenological Approach to the Imaginary of Animals
Annabelle Dufourcq 
Chapter 5: Speaking with Animals: Philosophical Interspecies Investigations
Eva Meijer 
Chapter 6: Desire and/or Need for Life? Towards a Phenomenological Dialectic of the Organism
Sebastjan Vörös & Peter Gaitsch 
Part III: Beast No More 
Chapter 7: Understanding the Meaning of Wolf Resurgence, Ecosemiotics, and Landscape Hermeneutics
Martin Drenthen 
Chapter 8: Behaving like an Animal? Some Implications of the Philosophical Debate on the Animality in Man
Carlo Brentari 
Chapter 9: Seeing with Dolphins: Reflections on the Salience of Cetaceans
Katharine Dow 
Part IV: New Beginnings 
Chapter 10: Out of the Metazoic? Animals as a Transitional Form in Planetary Evolution
Bronislaw Szerszynski 
Chapter 11: Dangerous Animals and Our Search for Meaningful Relationships with Nature in the Anthropocene
Mateusz Tokarski 
Chapter 12: Don Quixote’s Windmills
Gisela Kaplan 
About the Contributors 
Index

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