Linda Finlay, author of Phenomenology
for therapists: Researching the lived world, is a professional in the field of occupational therapy, psychotherapy and psychology.
Yet Hanich's argument that phenomenology
plays a key role in understanding film form and style, emotions, and reception surroundings does not explain why his methodology is critical to understanding horror films and thrillers.
(5) Hopp posits that Husserl insists that the knowledge we acquire through phenomenological reflection possesses a degree of warrant greater than we could attain in the sphere of ordinary empirical objects (for an object to be given in the strictest sense is the ideal of adequate evidence): phenomenology
is a science taking place within the limits of mere immediate intuition.
Finally, the therapeutic potential of phenomenology
involves resignation from the studies of objective essences, and it considers life as being "in statu nascendi." The latter condition for possibility of therapeutic science corresponds to the focusing on the subjectivity par excellence.
Henry's material phenomenology
, in contrast, seeks to rehabilitate and examine the non-intentional elements of consciousness, revealing such moments to be essential components of subjectivity.
The purpose of Queer Phenomenology
, Ahmed explains in the introduction, is to pose "the question of'the orientationl of'sexual orientation' as a phenomenological question" (1).
Issues I have with L.'s position recur in his further attempt to base his ethics simply on phenomenology
. Does not one who makes a moral judgment profess that what is at issue is the well-being or not of human beings?
Which is not to say that everything breaks down into a mindless relativism or that there is no room left for the discussion of values in phenomenology
, but rather that Ihde sees his charge as one of description, one of, perhaps, laying a foundation for how we can later discuss what it means to say that something is good or bad.
In terms of the underpinning theoretic framework, the research utilizes Phenomenology
and Symbolic Interactionism as complimentary frameworks.
Tieszen (philosophy, San Jose State U,) makes good use of the ever present link between phenomenology
and mathematics in this series of 15 essays, with general topics ranging from Husserl's work on science and logic, Godel's ideas along with those of Quine, Maddy and Penrose, and simple constructive areas of mathematics.
The overlap occurs because Dhavamony discusses identical issues from two different perspectives: the phenomenology
of religion in the first part, and Christology in the second part.
of Edmund Husserl had a far greater impact on the Council than Teilhard de Chardin.