"Phenomenology is a school of philosophy whose principal purpose is to study the phenomena, or appearances, of human experience while attempting to suspend all consideration of their objective reality or subjective association. The phenomena studied are those experienced in various acts of consciousness, mainly cognitive or perceptual acts, but also in such acts as valuation and aesthetic appreciation". - Grolier Encyclopedia
Book series on phenomenology published under the auspices of The World Institute for Advanced Phenomenological Research and Learning.
Has the aim to promote through electronic media philosophical inquiries and exchanges of philosophical findings as well as pedagogical pursuits by interaction with both undergraduate and graduate students in the field of phenomenological research in the widest possible sense
Indo Pacific Journal of Phenomenology
Beginning in 1996 as a forum for discussing the work of Edmund Husserl, the Seminar on Phenomenology and Hermeneutics, has expanded and now investigates and shares research in all aspects of phenomenology and hermeneutics.
The second largest American philosophical society,devoted to supporting philosophy inspired by Continental European traditions. Announcements, membership information, and publications.
Brief article by Steven Connor.
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