The phenomenological reduction as praxis
’. . . through the epoche, the gaze of the philosopher in truth first becomes fully free. . . . [F]ree of the strongest and most universal, and at the same time most hidden, internal bond, namely, of the pre-givenness of the world.’ (Husserl, Krisis, § 41) This paper is concerned with the method of phenomenological reduction understood as a disciplined embodied practice.
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Document Type: Research Article
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Publication date: 1999-02-01