Friday, December 22, 2006

A COGENT DEFINITION OF PHENOMENOLOGY EXCERPTED FROM PHILIP MAIRET'S INTRODUCTION TO THE 1948 ENGLISH EDITION OF SARTRE'S EXISTENTIALISM AND HUMANISM

"Phenomenology is a highly scientific branch of psychology, not, like psychoanalysis, concerned with the effective and emotive aspects of the mind, but based upon the student, lagrely experimental, of its perceptual faculties." pg. 12

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Blogger Admin said...

"study, largely experimental"

1:37 PM  

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