Examples from the Web for phenomenological
This is the closet Bordo comes to a phenomenological approximation of what it was like to be Anne Boleyn.
It also can be understood as forming part of a phenomenological point of view.The Science and Philosophy of the Organism|Hans Driesch
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Word Origin and History for phenomenological
1797, from German Phänomenologie, used as the title of the fourth part of the "Neues Organon" of German physicist Johann Heinrich Lambert (1728-1777), coined from Greek phainomenon (see phenomenon) + -logia (see -logy). Psychological sense, especially in Gestalt theory, is from 1930. Related: Phenomenological.