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1. Philosophy / H. Continental Philosophy / 2. Phenomenology

[approaching wisdom by examining human experience]

7 ideas
Bracketing subtracts entailments about external reality from beliefs [Putnam on Husserl]
Phenomenology aims to describe experience directly, rather than by its origins or causes [Mautner on Husserl]
Phenomenology is the science of essences - necessary universal structures for art, representation etc. [Polt on Husserl]
If phenomenology is deprived of the synthetic a priori, it is reduced to literature [Benardete,JA on Husserl]
Phenomenology assumes that all consciousness is of something [Sartre]
Phenomenology needs art as logic needs science [Deleuze/Guattari]
Phenomenology is a technique of redescription which clarifies our social world [Critchley]