For some five years prior to the invitation, I had been teaching an undergraduate course on phenomenological psychology
at an American International College based in London.
This overview of phenomenological psychology
for undergraduate and graduate students in psychology, ethics, and religion offers a phenomenological exploration of the ethics of lived experiences, examining ethical decision making in everyday life.
He explains consciousness from the viewpoint of Theravadan Buddhism, which has a complex phenomenological psychology
of consciousness, very different from the Tibetan traditions with which I am more familiar.
Gallagher hence advocates something more like a phenomenological psychology
, which he again takes MerleauPonty's philosophy to support implicitly, while also offering a meta-philosophical justification for a view that might be called dialectical phenomenology, which argues for phenomenology to exist in a relationship of something akin to mutual constraint with the relevant empirical sciences.
Journal of Phenomenological Psychology
To argue his case, the author traces prior discussion of the imaginary through the lens of Sartre's perspective of phenomenological psychology
and the dream state, Lacan's psychoanalytic discussion of the imaginary, symbolic, and real, and Castoriadis and Taylor's discussion of a shared and collective "social imaginary." Combined, these theories indict modernity, which privileges rational modes of action while "the imaginary and its underlying symbolic elements are overlooked or suppressed" (p.
Five ways of doing qualitative analysis: Phenomenological psychology
, grounded theory, discourse analysis, narrative research, and intuitive inquiry.
Concerning the possibility of phenomenological psychological research, Journal of Phenomenological Psychology
Smith (Eds.) Duquesne Studies in Phenomenological Psychology
"Journal of Phenomenological Psychology
. [CHECK FORMAT] Spring, 2004.