Introduction to Phenomenology by Robert Sokolowski

By Robert Sokolowski

This booklet provides the key philosophical doctrines of phenomenology in a transparent, vigorous sort with an abundance of examples. The e-book examines such phenomena as conception, images, mind's eye, reminiscence, language, and reference, and indicates how human pondering arises from adventure. It additionally reviews own identification as tested via time and discusses the character of philosophy. as well as offering a brand new interpretation of the correspondence concept of fact, the writer additionally explains how phenomenology differs from either sleek and postmodern different types of thinking.

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