Vol 24 (2012) Approaching Phenomenology

887008_585007244852098_1290369476_oAs a philosophical discipline, phenomenology is concerned with how pehnomena appear to our consciousness, i.e. with “the ways we experience things, [and] thus the meanings things have in our experience”. According to the Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy, it studies “the structure of various types of experience ranging from perception, thought, memory, imagination, emotion, desire, and volition to bodily awareness, embodied action, and social activity, including linguistic activity.” Continue reading