Cover: Here and There: Sites of Philosophy, from Harvard University PressCover: Here and There in HARDCOVER

Here and There

Sites of Philosophy

Product Details


$29.95 • £26.95 • €27.95

ISBN 9780674270480

Publication Date: 04/26/2022


336 pages

6-1/8 x 9-1/4 inches


Add to Cart

Educators: Request an Exam Copy (Learn more)

Media Requests:

Related Subjects

  • Editors’ Introduction
  • Prologue: A Site for Philosophy?
  • I. Departures
    • 1. Time after Time
    • 2. The World as Things: Collecting Thoughts on Collecting
    • 3. The Division of Talent
    • 4. To Place Wittgenstein
    • 5. Notes after Austin
  • II. Assignments
    • 6. Silences Noises Voices
    • 7. Benjamin and Wittgenstein: Signals and Affinities
    • 8. Remains to Be Seen: Initial Responses to The Arcades Project
    • 9. Finding Words: Adam Phillips’s Ordinary Language Psychoanalysis
    • 10. Welcoming Jean Laplanche
    • 11. On a Psychoanalytical Response to Faulkner’s Form
    • 12. Notes Mostly about Empathy
    • 13. Comments on Veena Das, “Language and Body”
    • 14. Foreword to Veena Das, Life and Words
    • 15. Foreword to Northrop Frye, A Natural Perspective
    • 16. In the Meantime
    • 17. Who Disappoints Whom? Allan Bloom at Harvard
    • 18. Preface to the Italian Edition of The Claim of Reason
    • 19. Reflections on Wallace Stevens at Mount Holyoke
    • 20. Foreword to Qu’est-ce que la philosophie américaine?
  • III. Music
    • 21. An Understanding with Music
    • 22. Kivy on Idomeneo
    • 23. Philosophy and the Unheard
    • 24. Impressions of Revolution
    • 25. A Scale of Eternity
  • Epilogue: Bon Voyage
  • Appendix: Draft Preface to Here and There
  • Notes
  • Editors’ Acknowledgments
  • Index

Recent News

Black lives matter. Black voices matter. A statement from HUP »

From Our Blog

Photograph of the book Fearless Women against red/white striped background

A Conversation with Elizabeth Cobbs about Fearless Women

For Women’s History Month, we are highlighting the work of Elizabeth Cobbs, whose new book Fearless Women shows how the movement for women’s rights has been deeply entwined with the history of the United States since its founding. Cobbs traces the lives of pathbreaking women who, inspired by American ideals, fought for the cause in their own ways