Phenomenology and Philosophical Understanding

Cambridge University Press (1975)

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The Concept of a Phenomenon ANTHONY QUINTON In British philosophy 'phenomenon' usually means 'sensory appearance'. Yet until Wittgenstein and Ryle standard..

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