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    Milestones in the Journey of Phenomenology: From Socrates to Kant.Tansif ur Rehman, Sadia Rehman & Huzaifa Sarfraz - 2019 - Science and Philosophy 7 (1):71-80.
    Phenomenology is linked to ancient philosophers as its roots can be traced from the Socratic era. Various other philosophers have also contributed to develop this field. As Socrates’ ‘skepticism’, Plato’s ‘idealism’, Aristotle’s ‘realism’, Locke’s ‘epistemology’, Hume’s ‘positivism’, and Kant’s ‘existentialism’ are all of the respective concepts which provided the very fundamentals of phenomenology. After these great philosophers, others have also played their significant role as milestones in this journey. In this work, researchers have reviewed the contributions of prominent phenomenologists in (...)
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    Phenomenology, Symbolic Interactionism and Research: From Hegel to Dreyfus.Tansif ur Rehman - 2018 - Science and Philosophy 6 (2):197-209.
    The journey of phenomenology apparently is not so extensive, because it was the first half of the twentieth century when Edmund Husserl appeared as the founder of phenomenology. But, it has its very roots in the works of ancient Greek philosophers like Socrates, Plato, and Aristotle. This journey did not stopped here, as various phenomenologists have also been contributing in this field and establishing the linkage between phenomenology and symbolic interactionism as well as its very relation to research. Researchers in (...)
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    Socio-Economic Conditions Of Hindu Women In Karachi With Special Reference To Narainpura Karachi.Naima Saeed, Tansif ur Rehman & Hina Shahzadi - 2017 - Pakistan Journal of Gender Studies 15 (1):105-122.
    The religious minority constitutes an anomaly within the discourse of national identity in Pakistan. They become an anomaly because their existence as citizens of Pakistan highlights the contradictions within the theory that, the State of Pakistan was created for the Muslims of the Indian subcontinent. Hindus are the largest religious minority in Sindh, but facing discrimination at all levels, i.e., economic, social, political, and legal. They are living as a second-class citizen of the country. While, the women who belong to (...)
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