Selected Topics in Philosophy 11 (PHIL*3350) | College of Arts

Selected Topics in Philosophy 11 (PHIL*3350)

Term: Winter 2013


 Our topic for this course is phenomenology, and the goal of the course is to explain what phenomenology is. We shall attempt:

(i) to determine what distinguishes phenomenology as a philosophical approach;
(ii) to identify the chief species of phenomenology that are to be distinguished within this general approach;
(iii) to assess critically the values and merits of these species of phenomenology with regard to one another;
& (iv) to practice pheneomenology by engaging in the critical analyisis of two investigations in formal ontology (one by Husserl and the other by Ingarden).


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