Magul The appendix on the history of phenomenology is one of authors and schools and how they relate to each other theoretically and personal contact. I have long felt discomfort with phenomenological jargon in that rather than it pointing to falsifiable hypotheses, as I would presume we seek in a shared search for truth, it tends to make its serpentine concepts impossible to grip. This books serves as a wonderful introduction to phenomenology and the author writes with a welcome clarity. Surely in the dawn of the 21st century when computers are ubiquitous it should come as no surprise that knowledge can be non-tacit?
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Phaenomenologica The Hague: Martinus Nijhoff, Evanston: Northwestern University Press, Bloomington: Indiana University Press, Reprint, Washington, D. Reprint, with a new preface, Washington, D. Romanian translation, Dumnezeul credintei si al ratiunii. Translated by Ioana Tataru. Targu-Lapus: Galaxia Gutenberg, Polish translation. Cracow: Dominikanska Biblioteka Teologii, Spanish translation. Translated by J. Madrid: Biblioteca de Autores Cristianos, Moral Action: A Phenomenological Study.
Romanian translation. Actiunea morala. Translated by Stefan Gugura. Tarnow: Biblos, Prezenta Eucharistica. Translated by Alex Moldovan. Introduction to Phenomenology. New York: Cambridge University Press, Italian translation, Introduzione alla Fenomenologia. Translated by Paola Premoli De Marchi. Greek translation, Eisagoge ste Phainomenologia. Translated by Pavlos Kontos. Patras: University of Patras, Chinese translation, Taiwan: Psygarden Publishing Company, Translated by Alfredo de Oliveira Moraes.
Mainland Chinese translation. Translated by Gao Bingjiang and Zhang Jianhua. Wuhan: Wuhan University Press, Wprowadzenie do Fenomenologii. Translated by Mariusz Rogalski. Cracow: Wydawnictwo WAM, Washington, D. Phenomenology of the Human Person. Translated by Nekane de Legarreta Bilbao. Editor[ edit ] Edmund Husserl and the Phenomenological Tradition. Studies in Philosophy and in the History of Philosophy, Festschrifts [ edit ] Drummond, John J. Hart eds. Boston: Kluwer Academic Publishers, Mansini, Guy and James G.
Phaenomenologica The Hague: Martinus Nijhoff, Evanston: Northwestern University Press, Bloomington: Indiana University Press,
Introduction to Phenomenology