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A Bibliography for Gurwitsch Studies

  • Robert S. Stufflebeam
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Part of the Contributions to Phenomenology book series (CTPH, volume 25)

Abstract

My purpose for this bibliography is to not only chronicle the phenomenological works of the Gurwitsch corpus, but also to provide a comprehensive listing of books and articles that refer to Gurwitsch’s thought. Also included, of course, are the major works referred to in the previous articles.

Keywords

British Society Phenomenological Research Phenomenological Philosophy Genetic Phenomenology Phenomenological Work 
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1929

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1932

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1934

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1936

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1943

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1945

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1953

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1955

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1960

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1963

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1967

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1968

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1970

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1972

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1973

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1974

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1975

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1976

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1977

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1978

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1979

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1980

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1981

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1983

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1985

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1992

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1993

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  • Robert S. Stufflebeam
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  1. 1.Washington UniversityUSA

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