"This volume is thus a rather adventurous and truly inspiring journey through a wide variety of topics and views, with just enough salient landmarks … never to lose one's orientation along the many ways." — Notre Dame Philosophical Reviews
"(…) PoS is a rich work that has the potential to enliven existing debates and generate new ones concerning the nature of social cognition, empathy, shared affects, group formation, etc." – Journal of Social Ontology
"Phenomenology of Sociality is an excellent resource for graduate students and professional academics interested in learning more about phenomenology’s engagement with the social and how phenomenology can make a positive contribution to current debates in social ontology, social cognition, collective intentionality, and philosophy of the emotions." – Timothy A. Burns in Husserl Studies
"Szanto’s and Moran’s volume is a veritable treasure trove that amply documents the fertility and richness of the phenomenological tradition. Containing contributions on both familiar and lesser well known phenomenologists, Phenomenology of Sociality is mandatory reading for anybody working on sociality and collective intentionality." – Dan Zahavi, Professor of Philosophy, University of Copenhagen
"This book is essential reading for anyone interested in the phenomenological foundations of the social mind and our experience of living together in a common world of the ‘We’. It brings together eminent scholars and talented young researchers to evaluate the relevance of a phenomenological theory of sociality in contemporary philosophical and interdisciplinary discussions, thereby revitalizing lesser-known voices from the tradition as well as exploring new directions of phenomenological research." – Thiemo Breyer, University of Cologne
"A groundbreaking collection of fresh insights into the nature of the social self." – James Mensch, Charles University, Prague
Thomas Szanto is a Postdoctoral Research Fellow at the Center for Subjectivity Research (CFS), at the University of Copenhagen, Denmark.
Dermot Moran is Professor of Philosophy at University College Dublin, Ireland and Sir Walter Murdoch Adjunct Professor in the Humanitires, Murdoch University, Australia.