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psychology, as the phrase phenomenological psychology implies, in light of current thinking about interdisciplinarity. To focus the discussion and provide an example, I use Aron Gurwitsch’s work of extending the concepts and theories of Gestalt psychology to phenomenology. The hope is to bring

In: Journal of Phenomenological Psychology
Experience has been a pivotal philosophical topic since Greek antiquity. The phenomenological movement has also played a crucial role in the history of philosophical theories or ideas of experience. The major contributions of Husserlian and post-Husserlian phenomenology to the philosophical understanding of experience can hardly be overestimated. The ambition of this volume is to illustrate how phenomenology still remains a very fruitful approach that is essential to current philosophical and interdisciplinary debates on experience.

tasks will have to be undertaken, and what resources might already exist for tackling them. 3 1 Phenomenology of Religion First, maybe because of the early, frequent, and continuing accusations of the transgression of disciplinary boundary lines or the repeated claim that their projects are too

In: Journal for Continental Philosophy of Religion
Author: D.J.S. Cross

’y dérobant pas seulement, la détruit implacablement ? Derrida, La dissémination , 9 ∵ 1 In a Restricted Sense At least implicitly, literature has a determined place in Husserl’s phenomenology. Which is to say, that the literary object has a specific ideality that allows it to appear in more

In: Research in Phenomenology

following topic: “Method and Metaphysics.” In the second semester, this was followed by a lecture-series on another topic: “Phenomenology, Theology and Teleology in Husserl.” I followed with great interest all of Derrida’s lectures and took a great many notes, which I then typed up. This explains how it is

In: Research in Phenomenology
Author: Denis Džanić

plausible conception of the pre-given world. The doctrine of the pregivenness of the world plays an important role in Husserl’s phenomenology. However, it is also the source of some serious theoretical difficulties. It is unclear whether it should be understood as making solely epistemological, or

In: Research in Phenomenology
Author: Jeffrey Yoshimi

enjoy the challenge; others find it annoying. I believe that there is potential to develop an account of many of these features of problem solving, within a broadly “California style” approach to phenomenology, the kind of approach associated with David Woodruff Smith’s work. 2 Smith and his

In: Grazer Philosophische Studien
Author: James Dodd
Phenomenology, Architecture and the Built World is an introduction to the methods and basic concepts of phenomenological philosophy through an analysis of the phenomenon of the built world. The conception of the built world that emerges is of space and time fashioned in accordance with a living understanding of what it is for human beings to exist in the world. Human building and making is thus no mere supplementary instrument in the pursuit of the ends of life, but a fundamental embodiment of the self-understanding of human beings. Phenomenological description is uniquely capable of bringing into view the physiognomy of this understanding, its texture and complexity, thereby providing an important basis for a critique of what constitutes its essence and its conditions of possibility.
The articles in Phenomenology and the Metaphysics of Sight explore the uses and resonances of the paradigm of sight across the phenomenological tradition, with particular reference to the works of Husserl, Heidegger, and Merleau-Ponty. The axes of this investigation are the phenomenological readings of the notion of sight in ancient Greek philosophy, the ways in which phenomenology leads us beyond the primacy of sight, and the rivalry between the paradigm of sight and those of touch and hearing. The aim of this collection is to demonstrate that the use of the paradigm of sight pervades phenomenology and partially explains both the development of its self-criticism and its view on the history of philosophy.