PHIL 4150 - Cognitive Phenomenology(3 Units) Introduction to phenomenological method as an approach to the study
of the mind's relation to its environment. Readings will stress
Husserl's theory of intentionality, Merleau-Ponty's phenomenology
of perception, and related developments in phenomenological
psychology, with a view to understanding the relationship between
subjectivity and information processing. Prerequisites: PHIL 3300 or 3500.
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