Richard M Zaner

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  • Ed Susan, R Suleiman, Inge Crosman Princeton, Nj, Wolfgang Iser, Alexander Pfander +26 others
  • 2014
nificance is the reader's absorption of the meaning into his or her own existence. REALISTIC PHENOMENOLOGY This tradition was founded in the first years of this century by a group of students of the philosopher-psychologist Theodor Lipps (1851-1914) in the University of Munich. The members of the group had been inspired to rebel against their teacher Lipps,(More)
Scope The purpose of the series is to serve as a vehicle for the pursuit of phenomenological research across a broad spectrum, including cross-over developments with other fields of inquiry such as the social sciences and cognitive science. Since its establishment in 1987, Contributions to Phenomenology has published nearly 60 titles on diverse themes of(More)
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