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Outline of a Phenomenology of the Religious

Outline of a Phenomenology of the Religious 99 Outline of a Phenomenology of the Religious DANIEL GUERRIÈRE California State University (Long Beach) Preface ..............................................99-100 I. Definition of Phenomenology .......................... 100-04 A. Statement ......................................... 100 B. Essence of Phenomenology ............................ 100 1. Correlation 2. Fundament 3. Unity C. Properties of Phenomenology .......................... 102 1. First Reduction and Natural Attitude 2. Second Reduction 3. Third Reduction 4. Eidetic Reduction II. The Phenomenon of the Religious ....................... 105-27 A.Task ............................................ 105 B. Correlation ........................................ 105 1. Delimitation of Task 2. Elaboration a. In response to the subjectivistic natural attitude " b. In response to the objectivistic natural attitude 3. Result and Task a. Completeness of this reduction b. Non-fundamentality of this reduction C. Fundamentality ..................................... 117 . 1. Principle of Investigation 2. Elaboration a. Preliminary explicitation b. Culmination c. Translation D. Unity............................................. 125 Preface This communication aims to outline a phenomenology of the specifical- ly religious. Implicit in this statement is the manner of execution: as an 100 "outline" it seeks to be condensed without ceasing to be complete. Implicit in the aim is a comprehension of "phenomenology": hence the first task will be to delimit a philosophy that understands itself as phenom- enological. The telic task is http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Research in Phenomenology Brill

Outline of a Phenomenology of the Religious

Research in Phenomenology , Volume 4 (1): 99 – Jan 1, 1974

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Brill
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© 1974 Koninklijke Brill NV, Leiden, The Netherlands
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0085-5553
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1569-1640
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10.1163/156916474X00124
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99 Outline of a Phenomenology of the Religious DANIEL GUERRIÈRE California State University (Long Beach) Preface ..............................................99-100 I. Definition of Phenomenology .......................... 100-04 A. Statement ......................................... 100 B. Essence of Phenomenology ............................ 100 1. Correlation 2. Fundament 3. Unity C. Properties of Phenomenology .......................... 102 1. First Reduction and Natural Attitude 2. Second Reduction 3. Third Reduction 4. Eidetic Reduction II. The Phenomenon of the Religious ....................... 105-27 A.Task ............................................ 105 B. Correlation ........................................ 105 1. Delimitation of Task 2. Elaboration a. In response to the subjectivistic natural attitude " b. In response to the objectivistic natural attitude 3. Result and Task a. Completeness of this reduction b. Non-fundamentality of this reduction C. Fundamentality ..................................... 117 . 1. Principle of Investigation 2. Elaboration a. Preliminary explicitation b. Culmination c. Translation D. Unity............................................. 125 Preface This communication aims to outline a phenomenology of the specifical- ly religious. Implicit in this statement is the manner of execution: as an 100 "outline" it seeks to be condensed without ceasing to be complete. Implicit in the aim is a comprehension of "phenomenology": hence the first task will be to delimit a philosophy that understands itself as phenom- enological. The telic task is

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Published: Jan 1, 1974

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