Phenomenological Thinking in the Georgian Philosophy of XX Century
For a long time phenomenology has been a subject of thorough investigation in the Georgian school of philosophy. Suffice it to name Georgian philosophers like Kote Bakradze, Angia Bochorishvili, Zurab Kakabadze, Guram Tevzadze, Merab Mamardashvili and Givi Margvelashvili, whose works are devoted to this area. My objective is to review phenomenological studies in contemporary Georgian philosophy. Besides Husserl, this review concerns the problems of Hartmann’s epistemology and existential ontology.
KeywordsDefinite Image Absolute Basis Infinite Process Existential Crisis Phenomenological Movement
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