THE WAY OF PHENOMENOLOGY • Richard M. Zaner
Pegasus / 1976 
Paperback / 223 pages

This is a straightforward study that makes it possible for those yet unacquainted with the ways of phenomenological philosophy to understand its profound relevance to today. The author presents phenomenology not as a series of doctrines but as a method for philosophizing----one of the disciplines of philosophy itself; in fact, its fundamental one. 

The author probes phenomenological analyses of perception and the generic traits of consciousness itself, and concludes by showing how critical phenomenology is one of the most urgent necessities of our time. 

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