Publisher: Imprint Academic
Introspection as practice
The intuitive experience
Body-image, movement and consciousness: examples from a somatic practice in the Feldenkrais Method
The phenomenological reduction as praxis
Beyond the fringe: William James on the transitional parts of the stream of consciousness
The use of the Husserlian reduction as a method of investigation in psychiatry
Naudin, J.; Gros-Azorin, C.; Mishara, A.; Wiggins, O.P.; Schwartz, M.; Azorin, J.
The Buddhist tradition of Samatha: Methods for refining and examining consciousness
Pure consciousness: scientific exploration of meditation techniques
Shear, J.; Jevning, R.
Six points to ponder
There is already a field of systematic phenomenology, and it's called ‘psychology’
Moving the cursor of consciousness: cognitive science and human welfare
Separating first-personness from the other problems of consciousness or ‘you had to have been there!’
A cognitive way to the transcendental reduction
A new model
Pure consciousness and cultural studies
Theory and experiment in philosophy
On the metaphysics of introspection
The Fringe: A case study in explanatory phenomenology
Building materials for the explanatory bridge
A ‘hermeneutic objection': language and the inner view
The Husserlian phenomenology of consciousness and cognitive science: we can see the path but nobody is on it
Owen, I.; Morris, N.
Words and silence
Object, limits and function of consciousness
The symbiosis of subjective and experimental approaches to intuition
Schooler, J.W.; Dougal, S.
Distinguishing insight from intuition
Mental force and the advertence of bare attention
Does psychiatry need the Husserlian detour?
Editors’ rejoinder to the debate
Varela, F.J.; Shear, J.