Current Developments in French Phenomenology

  • Herbert Spiegelberg
Part of the Phaenomenologica book series (PHAE, volume 6)


Phenomenology is anything but a closed chapter in the history of French philosophy. In fact, it is stirring to such a degree that it would be premature to attempt a complete survey or even to collect titles in a more than provisional spirit. Much will depend on how the men whose names have appeared above the horizon continue their work on the phenomenological basis from which they have started.


Current Development Esthetic Experience Phenomenological Method French Philosophy Esthetic Object 
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Selective Bibliography

  1. La Création des valeurs (1944) (CV) Google Scholar
  2. La Compréhension des valeurs (1945)Google Scholar
  3. Du Laid, du mal, du faux (1948)Google Scholar
  4. “Against Wisdom,” PPR XVI (1955), 1–17Google Scholar

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© Springer Science+Business Media Dordrecht 1971

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  • Herbert Spiegelberg

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