A phenomenological reflection conducted through narrative
an essay in honor of Lester Embree
Lester Embree, my good friend and longtime co-worker in the trenches of phenomenological inquiry, has long held the conviction that phenomenology, understood as the rigorous discipline Husserl and others held it ought to be, quite naturally has substantial, multiple relationships with other disciplines, sciences, and human enterprises. In pursuit of that, a great many of his labors have been devoted to demonstrating those concrete relationships, while, at the same time, exploring the terrain on his own. In particular, inspired by Aron Gurwitsch and Alfred Schutz, he has energetically addressed many of the questions at the heart of the human sciences.
Zaner, R. (2010)., A phenomenological reflection conducted through narrative: an essay in honor of Lester Embree, in T. Nenon & P. Blosser (eds.), Advancing phenomenology, Dordrecht, Springer, pp. 271-301.
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