What is phenomenology? : and other essays / by Pierre Thévenaz ; edited with an introduction by James M. Edie ; preface by John Wild ; translated by James M. Edie, Charles Courtney, Paul Brockelman.

Chicago : Quadrangle Books, [1962] .

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Subjects Phenomenology.
Series Quadrangle paperback original ; QP101.
Description 191 pages ; 21 cm
Copyright Date [1962]
Notes Includes bibliographical references (pages 185-191).
Also issued online.
Contents What is phenomenology. -- The question of radical point of departure in Descartes and Husserl. -- Reflexion and consciousness of self. -- Going beyond metaphysics.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)190346
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WorldCat Identities Thévenaz, Pierre,
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