Phenomenological Reduction and the Sciences
Part of the Phaenomenologica book series (PHAE, volume 95)
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Husserlian philosophy, known as Phenomenology, can be roughly characterized by pointing out two ways of proceeding:
These two procedures are often meant to signify chronological sequences in the development of Husserlian thought. But occasionally the problem arises, whether they are at all compatible with regard to essential and systematic criteria.
phenomenological description, and
phenomenological, properly speaking, transcendental-phenom-enological reduction.
KeywordsPhenomenological Description Single Discipline Phenomenological Reduction Single Reduction Cartesian Meditation
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