Cinta de Moebio 30:211-244 (2007)

The Multiple Reality theory represents a key piece to understand the socio-phenomenology. It is sustained by a triangulation of the phenomenology of Edmund Husserl, the vitalism of Henry Bergson and the pragmatism of William James (and it has as a background the praxeology of Ludwig Von Mises and ..
Keywords Socio-phenomenology   world of life   multiple realities   social world   emphasis of reality  socio-fenomenología   mundo de la vida   realidades múltiples   mundo social   acento de realidad
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