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Phenomenology in America, 1984

Phenomenology in America, 1984 233 Phenomenology in America, 1984 JAMES M. EDIE Northwestern University It seems to be my fate in life to be called upon periodically to give an assessment of Phenomenology in America. My first, published in 1964, and entitled, "Recent Work in Phenomenology," was written at the request of the editor of a major American philosophical journal at the time when phenomenology was just beginning to become a recognized force on the American philosophical scene. A short time later I did another brief report on "Phenomenology in America" for the second volume of the proceedings of the Society for Phenomenology and Existential Philosophy.2 Once again, in 1974, 1 did an assessment of the state of phenomenology in America for the Deutsche Gesellschaft fiir Phanomenologie and for the British Society for Phenomenology.3 In each of these I could report substantial progress of development and today I can say that it is evident to any observer that this movement, begun so modestly shortly after the Second World War, now cuts a very wide swath through the field of American philosophy as a whole. We have more journals available to us (and eager to accept sound research in this field) than any http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Research in Phenomenology Brill

Phenomenology in America, 1984

Research in Phenomenology , Volume 14 (1): 233 – Jan 1, 1984

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© 1984 Koninklijke Brill NV, Leiden, The Netherlands
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0085-5553
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1569-1640
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10.1163/156916484X00114
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233 Phenomenology in America, 1984 JAMES M. EDIE Northwestern University It seems to be my fate in life to be called upon periodically to give an assessment of Phenomenology in America. My first, published in 1964, and entitled, "Recent Work in Phenomenology," was written at the request of the editor of a major American philosophical journal at the time when phenomenology was just beginning to become a recognized force on the American philosophical scene. A short time later I did another brief report on "Phenomenology in America" for the second volume of the proceedings of the Society for Phenomenology and Existential Philosophy.2 Once again, in 1974, 1 did an assessment of the state of phenomenology in America for the Deutsche Gesellschaft fiir Phanomenologie and for the British Society for Phenomenology.3 In each of these I could report substantial progress of development and today I can say that it is evident to any observer that this movement, begun so modestly shortly after the Second World War, now cuts a very wide swath through the field of American philosophy as a whole. We have more journals available to us (and eager to accept sound research in this field) than any

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