The method of phenomenological analysis (with some reference to Franz Brentano)

    Activity: Talk or presentation typesInvited talk


    To many philosophers the rift between phenomenology
    and analytical philosophy may seem too deep to traverse.
    But both traditions can trace some of their heritage back to
    a common source - the work of Franz Brentano. In Bren-
    tano the methods of description (phenomenology) and
    analysis were integrated in order to render philosophy a
    strict science. The goal of this paper is to hint at an option of a fruitful integration of these methods that might inspire philoso-
    phers to bridge the mentioned rift within contemporary
    Period12 Aug 2014
    Event title37th International Wittgenstein Symposium
    Event typeConference
    LocationKirchberg am Wechsel, AustriaShow on map