Schnell, Alexander: Was ist Phänomenologie?
2019. 182 Seiten. Kt 24,80 €
Alexander Schnell ist Professor für theoretische Philosophie und Phänomenologie an der Bergischen Universität Wuppertal. Er ist dort Direktor des Instituts für Transzendentalphilosophie und Phänomenologie sowie des Marc-Richir-Archivs.
By now, phenomenology is looking back upon a history spanning more than a century. This book introduces the diversity of its different approaches by applying a threefold approach. The author is not only concerned with a presentation of the history of phenomenology. He also demonstrates how its claim to examine things themselves ("die Sachen selbst") is fulfilled, and how even a philosophical movement like German idealism can be rendered fruitful when looked at from a phenomenologically informed perspective. Not least, Schnell’s book is a contribution to the current debate about New Realism. This introduction does not simply answer the question as to what is phenomenology: in its mode of discussing its subject, it is itself phenomenology.
Alexander Schnell is Professor of Theoretical Philosophy and Phenomenology at the University of Wuppertal. He is director of the Institute for Transcendental Philosophy and Phenomenology and the Marc Richir Archive.
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