Introduction to Phenomenology National Taiwan University
This is a systematic introduction to the problems of phenomenology. Topics like intentionality, consciousness, perception, memory, imagination, pictures, symbols, life world, intersubjectivity will be introduced and discussed.
This course aims to offer a gradual understanding of the substantial operation of the so-called phenomenological method and the necessary knowledge for comprehending the development of phenomenology as well. Fundamental concepts of phenomenology will be explicated and illustrated, and the relevance of these concepts to our contemporary human condition will be demonstrated.
Online Course Requirement
Christian Helmut Wenzel
(College of Liberal Arts) Department of Philosophy,
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Email address: http://www.philo.ntu.edu.tw/en/ann/