Phenomenology and SciencewithJacob W. Glazier

Books Mentioned In This Interview

edmund husserl phenomenology and the crisis of philosophy martin heidegger the basic problems of phenomenology michel foucault madness and civilization steven pinker enlightenment now: the case for reason, science, humanism, and progress jordan peterson 12 rules for life: an antidote to chaos graham harman weird realism: lovecraft and philosophy h p lovecraft complete fiction michel foucault abnormal edmund husserl experience and judgment william james the principles of psychology william james essays in psychical research elodie boublil nietzsche and phenomenology martin heidegger nietzsche martin heidegger elucidations of hölderlin's poetry christine simmonds-moore anomalistic psychology bruno latour on the modern cult of the factish gods isabelle stengers another science is possible benjamin noys malign velocities: accelerationism and capitalism martin heidegger history of the concept of time judith butler gender trouble: feminism and the subversion of identity lovecraft complete fiction

Jacob W. Glazier, PhD, has a doctorate degree in Psychology: Consciousness and Society from the University of West Georgia. He is an Adjunct Professor in the Department of Positive Human Development and Social Change at Life University and an online Adjunct Professor in the Department of Applied Psychology at New York University – Steinhardt. He is author of Arts of Subjectivity: A New Animism for the Post-Media Era. His website is

Here he discusses a constellation of philosophical perspectives – going back to Nietzsche, Husserl, and Heidegger – and their implications for science in general and parapsychology in particular. The discussion is also peppered with references to feminism, psychoanalysis, marginalized social groups, post-structuralism, and the European Enlightenment. He points out that William James was, essentially, a phenomenologist.

(Recorded on May 27, 2020.)

Published on May 31, 2020


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