An Introduction to Husserl's Phenomenology by Jan Patočka

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Phenomenology and hermeneutics became two of the four cornerstones of mindful inquiry, which anchors the social researcher (see Bentz and Shapiro, 1998). ” My own transformation is manifest by the way that I see each moment as open to various perceptive and interpretive insights. I more routinely examine the preconceptions I bring to a situation, am more aware of the particularity of my point of view, or the way my mood may affect what I perceive. The techniques that we discuss later in this chapter, such as imaginative variations, have strengthened my meditative practice.

SCHUTZ’S LIFEWORLD PHENOMENOLOGY: TYPIFICATIONS AND RELEVANCE Alfred Schutz, drawing from the contributions of Edmund Husserl, developed a framework for describing the nature of human lifeworlds (see Wagner, 1970, 1983a, 1983b). Schutz bridged the thought of Max Weber and Husserl in a creative way that brought phenomenology into the social sciences (see Psathas, 2004; Rehorick, 1980; Rehorick and Buxton, 1988; Schutz, 1932/1967). Fundamental Importance of Typifications All lifeworlds have the same basic structures.

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