The following pages contain diagrams and lists that should be helpful as a map to the phenomenological movement. In the first diagram, you will find a display of the “original” movement, mostly composed of direct students, colleagues and assistants of Husserl.The separation between Munich, Göttingen and Freiburg is canonical, but does not really reflect any strict doctrinal separation. In any approach, there will be grey areas, exceptions and overlaps.The division based on Husserl’s institutional affiliation and the provenance of his students is merely a convenient and familiar one.
|Title of host publication||The Routledge Handbook of Phenomenology and Phenomenological Philosophy|
|Editors||Daniele De Santis, Burt Hopkins, Claudio Majolino|
|Number of pages||4|
|ISBN (Electronic)||9781003084013, 9781000170580, 9781000170504, 9781000170429|
|Publication status||Published - Aug 2020|
|Name||Routledge Handbooks in Philosophy|
Chapter 76 is part of the Appendix.
- Phenomenological Movement
- Munich Phenomenology
- Edmund Husserl
- History of Philosophy