Philosophy and Phenomenological Intuition
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In this paper, it is intended to explore and re-establish a way of philosophizing as the “revelation of the world,” following the tradition of phenomenological research in terms of problems, methods, and the historical horizon. It will be pursued through searching its anticipating mode of philosophical inquiry in Max Scheler’s philosophical investigations.
KeywordsWestern Philosophy Philosophical Inquiry Phenomenological Experience Phenomenological Reduction Transcendental Philosophy
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