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Author: Jon L. James
ISBN: 1425112943
Language: English
Pages: 344 pages
Category: Psychology & Counseling
Publisher: Trafford Publishing (March 28, 2007)
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Unlike contemporary phenomenological psychology in the existential register, transcendental phenomenological psychology is presented as an eidetic non-empirical "act psychology" in Husserl's mature genetic phenomenology.

Unlike contemporary phenomenological psychology in the existential register, transcendental phenomenological psychology is presented as an eidetic non-empirical "act psychology" in Husserl's mature genetic phenomenology. This novel approach takes in the full range of solipsistic and transcendental subjectivity in Husserl's theories of human consciousness, and follows Husserl's lead in presenting phenomenological.

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Edmund Husserl's long called-for phenomenological psychology of affective inner experience in the transcendental register of pure human consciousness. Transcendental Phenomenological Psychology. Trafford Publishing, Author Solutions Inc. Book Format. Assembled Product Dimensions (L x W x H). 1. 0 x . 2 Inches. More . Book rate: 2 downloads.

Transcendental Phenomenological Psychology. Introduction to Husserl's Psychology of Human Consciousness

Transcendental Phenomenological Psychology. Introduction to Husserl's Psychology of Human Consciousness. Published March 27, 2007 by Trafford Publishing in Victoria, BC. Written in English. I congratulate on bringing this important study to the publication light of day. It is a timely corrective to the more reductionistic theories on consciousness that hold sway. These positions from analytic philosophy and neuroscience, to name a few, rob the human depths of consciousness. -Daniel J. Martino, Director, The Simon Silverman Phenomenological Center.

A phenomenological explanation of human consciousness has long been sought in regions of psychology since the discipline was first carved out of philosophical concepts and theories about the human condition

A phenomenological explanation of human consciousness has long been sought in regions of psychology since the discipline was first carved out of philosophical concepts and theories about the human condition. In its earliest years, Western psychology was faced with two possible directions for this explanation: an empirical naturalistic approach along with physics and biology, or a non-empirical eidetic approach along with logic and mathematics.

Husserl revisited: The forgotten distinction between psychology and phenomenology. Psychology: The study of human experience. The book, On the taboo against knowing who you are. New York: Collier. American Psychologist, 41(11), 1231–1240. CrossRefGoogle Scholar. New York: Harcourt Brace Jovanovich. Hermeneutic inquiry in the study of human conduct. American Psychologist, 40(10), 1081–1093. Palmer, R. E. (1969).

Throughout his career, William James defended personal consciousness. Despite his influence on Husserl, James did not reciprocate and could be rather dismissive of European philosophy (Edie, 1970).

The Crisis of European Sciences and Transcendental Phenomenology: An Introduction to Phenomenological Philosophy . Persons studying Husserl, Phenomenology, or the logical concept of Time will probably find it equally fascinating.

The Crisis of European Sciences and Transcendental Phenomenology: An Introduction to Phenomenological Philosophy (Northwestern University Studies in Phenomenology & Existential Philosophy).

Phenomenological psychology is the use of the phenomenological method to. .Husserl’s Five Different Introductions to Phenomenology

Phenomenological psychology is the use of the phenomenological method to gain insights regarding topics related to psychology. Husserl’s Five Different Introductions to Phenomenology. Whereas the methods of psychology as a natural science tend toward those found in biology, chemistry or physics, the methods of psychology as a human science tend toward those found in history, sociology, and anthropology.

This is the first new psychology of the century. Edmund Husserl's long-called-for phenomenological psychology of affective inner experience in the transcendental register of pure human consciousness.