Culture in a Phenomenological Perspective
In modern thought, attempts at a resolution of the problem of knowledge of the outer world follow a parallelism that alternatively emphasizes subject and object, with a growing “deviation” in this thought towards phenomenalism. Thus, knowledge of the world has become a problem for empiricism. But stressing of the opposite aspect, that of the subject — as does idealism — would also mean the adoption of a unilateral position.
KeywordsCultural Product Outer World Phenomenological Perspective Cultural Reality Modern Thought
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