Origin of phenomenology
Related Words for phenomenologyintentionality
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Historical Examples of phenomenology
Yet, for the purposes of nursing, phenomenology also has its limits.Nursing as Caring
Parmenidean ontology stands completely apart from phenomenology.
Hegel wrote the last lines of the Phenomenology of Spirit within sound of the guns of Jena.The Journal of a Disappointed Man
Wilhelm Nero Pilate Barbellion
The mind as conscious, as a conscious being per se, as Ego, is the object of the phenomenology of consciousness.A History of Philosophy in Epitome
Psychology is generally made (by English writers) to include, also, what is here called anthropology and phenomenology.Pedagogics as a System
- the movement founded by Husserl that concentrates on the detailed description of conscious experience, without recourse to explanation, metaphysical assumptions, and traditional philosophical questions
- the science of phenomena as opposed to the science of being
Word Origin and History for phenomenology
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.