phenomenology, Herman Dooyeweerd, interdisciplinary research, meaning, creation
The purpose of this talk is two-fold: first, to lay out a phenomenological justification for why scientific or theoretical investigation must be carried out both within particular disciplines and across various disciplines; and second, to show that such a justification--alluded to with varying levels of explicitness in various works by various figures--itself opens new paths of exploration for phenomenology.
DeRoo, Neal, "Meaning, Being and Expression: A Phenomenological Justification for Interdisciplinary Scholarship" (2015). Faculty Work: Comprehensive List. 402.