Doing Phenomenology Essays on and in Phenomenology

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Bibliographic Details
Main Author: Spiegelberg, E.
Format: eBook
Published: Dordrecht Springer Netherlands 1975, 1975
Edition:1st ed. 1975
Series:Phaenomenologica, Series Founded by H. L. Van Breda and Published Under the Auspices of the Husserl-Archives
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Collection: Springer Book Archives -2004 - Collection details see MPG.ReNa
Table of Contents:
  • One To The Things (Essays on Phenomenolology)
  • A. On the Meaning of Phenomenology
  • 1. “Phenomenology”
  • 2. Ways into phenomenology: phenomenology and metaphenomenology
  • 3. A new way into phenomenology: the workshop approach
  • 4. Phenomenology through vicarious experience
  • 5. Existential uses of phenomenology
  • >B. On the Rights of Phenomenology
  • 6. How subjective is phenomenology?
  • 7. Phenomenology of direct evidence (self-evidence)
  • 8. Criteria in phenomenology
  • 9. The Phenomenon of reality and reality
  • Two At the Things (Essays in Phenomenology)
  • 10. Toward a phenomenology of experience
  • 11. A phenomenological analysis of approval
  • 12. “We”: A linguistic and phenomenological analysis
  • 13. The relevance of phenomenological philosophy for psychology
  • 14. The idea of a phenomenological anthropology and Alexander Pfänder’s psychology of man
  • 15. Change of perspectives: constitution of a Husserl image
  • Index of names
  • Index of subjects