the study of phenomena.
the system of Husserl and his followers stressing the description of phenomena.
- phe·nom·e·no·log·i·cal [fi-nom-uh-nl-oj-i-kuhl], /fɪˌnɒm ə nlˈɒdʒ ɪ kəl/, phe·nom·e·no·log·ic, adjective
- phe·nom·e·nol·o·gist, noun
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How to use phenomenology in a sentence
Understanding emotions and moods in this way explains why they have their characteristic phenomenology—the distinctive ways in which they appear in consciousness.
Predictions geared toward finding out things will have a very different phenomenology from those geared toward controlling things.
We call this project “machine phenomenology” by analogy with phenomenology in philosophy, which studies the structures of consciousness through systematic reflection on conscious experience.Do You Want AI to Be Conscious? - Issue 102: Hidden Truths | Ryota Kanai | June 9, 2021 | Nautilus
By that I mean your moral phenomenology as an engaged participant.Are We Cut Out for Universal Morality? - Issue 100: Outsiders | William J. FitzPatrick | May 26, 2021 | Nautilus
In the last, as Julian Schmidt says, the ever varying scenery is made a 'frame for a kind of phenomenology of mankind.'
While initiated for research purposes, the group phenomenology approach became a form of nursing praxis.Nursing as Caring | Anne Boykin
The preface to the phenomenology signalled the separation from Schelling—the adieu to romantic.
In the phenomenology consciousness, self-consciousness and reason are dealt with.
It falls under the three heads of anthropology, phenomenology and psychology proper.
British Dictionary definitions for phenomenology
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
- phenomenological (fɪˌnɒmɪnəˈlɒdʒɪkəl), adjective
- phenomenologically, adverb
- phenomenologist, noun
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