facticity, transcendence, phenomenological method, the promissory discipline, inter-disciplinary
This paper begins from one of the most commonly found questions in phenomenology, “What is Phenomenlogy?”, to argue that phenomenology is a trans-disciplinary approach to engaging with the products of human culture. This approach is characterized by paying particular attention to the distinction between facticity and transcendence within “lived experience” so as to help us better articulate and evaluate the promises that animate every human institution. Such a task necessarily requires inter-disciplinary input and helps us engage in our lives—in our shared cultural life—differently.
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DeRoo, N. (2015). Facticity and Transcendence Across the Disciplines: Phenomenology and the Promise. Schutzian Research, 7, 89-103. https://doi.org/10.5840/schutz201576