Shelves: phenomenology In my opinion, this volume is the best single introduction to phenomenology, surpassing even the classic text of Robert Sokolowski. Most helpfully, Moran understands the relationship between phenomenology and hermeneutics to be symbiotic and inevitably interdependent. This perspective allows him to emphasize the major philosophical insights of various thinkers rather than merely reducing phenomenology to a quasi-analytic epistemology a danger, which in my view, far too many contemporary In my opinion, this volume is the best single introduction to phenomenology, surpassing even the classic text of Robert Sokolowski. This perspective allows him to emphasize the major philosophical insights of various thinkers rather than merely reducing phenomenology to a quasi-analytic epistemology a danger, which in my view, far too many contemporary scholars of phenomenology seem to fall victim. Fascinatingly, Moran begins with an exploration of the work of Franz Brentano and his method of "descriptive psychology" as a key influence on the development of phenomenology and directly shaped the work of both Husserl and Heidegger. Ambitiously, Moran also includes lengthy and successfully representative summaries of the contributions of both Levinas and Merleau-Ponty both of whom radically expand the scope and in crucial ways, alter the fundamental concerns of the phenomenological enterprise.
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