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Introduction; 1. What is intentionality and why is it important?; 2. Perception of a cube as a paradigm of conscious experience; 3. Three formal structures in phenomenology; 4. An initial statement of what phenomenology is; 5. Perception, memory, and imagination; 6. Words, pictures, and symbols; 7. Categorical intentions and objects; 8. Phenomenology of the self; 9. Temporality; 10. The life-world and intersubjectivity; 11. Reason, truth, and evidence; 12. Eidetic intuition; 13. Phenomenology defined; 14. Phenomenology in the present historical context; Appendix: phenomenology in the last one hundred years; Select bibliography.
Introductory volume, presenting the major philosophical doctrines of phenomenology.