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ELECTRONIC JOURNAL FOR PHILOSOPHY - ISSN 1211-0442

Introducing Husserl’s Phenomenology from an Aristotelian Point of View (2014)


Author: K. J. Rawat

Email: khalidastro@hotmail.com

Affiliation: Iqra University, Karachi, Pakistan

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Article type: Standard scientific article

Section: History of Philosophy

Language: language


Abstract (english):

Although, phenomenological method in its spirit and assumptions is entirely different from Aristotelian method, the need to juxtapose these philosophies is justified on the ground that the two should be properly differentiated from each other, and their differences and similarities should be brought to light. For at times the homonymy of the terms used in two methods creates a conceptual error in the mind. These terms include among other knowledge. The article gives a brief overview of Husserl’s phenomenology and its parallels in Aristotle’s philosophy.



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