Goldman proposes that this phenomenology is non-sensory.
And alternative visions of phenomenology would soon follow.
One position holds that content suffices for phenomenology.
Is there a phenomenology that is distinctive of religious experience?
How did philosophy move from a root concept of phenomena to the discipline of phenomenology?
The existentialists explicitly embraced the philosophical solution that phenomenology provided.
He claims, indeed, that auditory phenomenology is essentially emanative phenomenology.
Pitt (2004) argues that there is a kind of self-knowledge that can only be explained by cognitive phenomenology.
We discuss Gödel's involvement with phenomenology further in the supplementary document Gödel's Turn to Phenomenology.
Henry named his approach “phenomenology of life” and, before that, “material phenomenology” or “radical phenomenology”.
Externalism about phenomenology is sometimes motivated by representationalism about phenomenology combined with externalism about content.
He argues that since partial zombies lacking cognitive phenomenology are conceivable and phenomenally different from us, we have cognitive phenomenology.
A brief sketch of their differences will capture both a crucial period in the history of phenomenology and a sense of the diversity of the field of phenomenology.
Feminists have also mined the work of Edmund Husserl, the founder of phenomenology, for useful resources for feminist phenomenology (Al-Saji 2010 and Oksala 2016).
Cognitive phenomenology is also a widely debated topic independently of any connection to PIT (see, e.g., Cognitive Phenomenology, edited by Bayne and Montague 2011).
These latter views leave open the possibility that the content of an experience enjoys explanatory priority over its phenomenology, so that one can explain phenomenology in terms of content.
According to Lormand, the relevant phenomenology involves a sensory phenomenal experience of a void, which is akin to hearing silence, along with an experience of effort, whose phenomenology is also sensory.
Following current usage, we call all of the aforementioned kinds of phenomenology sensory phenomenology and the putative proprietary phenomenology of thought cognitive phenomenology.
The scope of Phenomenology of Perception is characteristic of the breadth of classical phenomenology, not least because Merleau-Ponty drew (with generosity) on Husserl, Heidegger, and Sartre while fashioning his own innovative vision of phenomenology.
Paget Henry’s phenomenological treatment of Du Bois’s double-consciousness conception in his “Africana Phenomenology: Its Philosophical Implications” (2005) identifies a “theory” of double consciousness as part of a “comprehensive phenomenology of Africana self-consciousness” (2005: 85).
- a philosophical doctrine proposed by Edmund Husserl based on the study of human experience in which considerations of objective reality are not taken into account
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