PhaenEx 3 (2):179-194 (2008)

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David Koukal
University of Detroit Mercy
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This essay speaks to a certain kind of difficulty that stands in the way of doing phenomenology. I argue that this difficulty has its source in the sort of institutional structures many of us think and write under, which gives rise to a kind of attitude that tends to obscure or diminish the worth and promise of attending to the things themselves, phenomenologically. I refer to this attitude as the “exegetical attitude.” In attempting to make this attitude more manifest, I hope to further phenomenological investigations of the lived world
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DOI 10.22329/p.v3i2.652
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